Prachi Bhardwaj, New Delhi: It seems that time is not doing good for comedian Kapil Sharma as well as AAP leader and poet Kumar Vishwas.
A police complaint has been lodged against Kumar Vishwas for making derogatory remarks against women on the National Television. Vishwas along with his famous poets Rahat Indori and Shabina Adeeb was on the famous Kapil Sharma Show on July 1.
A complaint has been filed against the politician in Dabri Police Station of West Delhi for objectifying women.
The complaint quotes Vishwas saying this on the comedy show: "Jis samay chunav hota hai, to apne colony mein politician logon ko badi dikkat hoti hai...matlab jis ladki se aapka affair chalao uske pati ko bhi jijaji kehna padta hai, jijaji vote de dena samaan to aap le hi gaye." (For a politician it is really difficult to seek vote in his own colony. He has no option but to address the husband of the woman he likes as jijaji. Jijaji please do vote.)
This is not the first time for Vishwas, earlier Kumar has to tender an apology for making derogatory remarks against Kerela nurses which sparked controversy. Kumar Vishwas was heard saying, "Earlier nurses used to come from Kerala, kali-peeli (dark skinned), one would naturally feel like calling them, sister."