AAP refuses to accept Amanatullah Khan's resignation

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Sunday refused to accept the resignation of its legislator Amanatullah Khan, against whom an FIR was registered a day ago following molestation charges levelled by his sister-in-law.

IANS September 11, 2016 15:58:55 IST
AAP refuses to accept Amanatullah Khan's resignation

New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Sunday refused to accept the resignation of its legislator Amanatullah Khan, against whom an FIR was registered a day ago following molestation charges levelled by his sister-in-law.

AAP refuses to accept Amanatullah Khans resignation

AAP MLA Amanthulla Khan. Twitter

"We refused to accept his (Khan's) resignation. It's a six-year-old family matter and his in-laws are dragging him into it," Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia told a press conference.

"We have found out in our investigation that he is being dragged into it," he added.

On Saturday, a complaint was registered against Khan at the Jamia Nagar police station in south Delhi.

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