New Delhi: Sunita Kejriwal, the wife of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal was summoned by a Delhi court, for allegedly getting herself enrolled in the voters list of two assembly constituencies.
Hearing a plea moved by BJP leader Harish Khurana, the Metropolitan Magistrate Arjinder Kaur summoned Sunita Kejriwal as an accused on November 18.
The BJP leader has alleged in his complaint that the chief minister’s wife has violated the provisions of the Representation of the People (RP) Act.
The offence attracts a maximum punishment of imprisonment for two years.
Khurana claimed Sunita Kejriwal was registered as a voter on the electoral rolls of Sahibabad assembly constituency (parliamentary constituency Ghaziabad), UP, and also Chandni Chowk assembly constituency in Delhi, which was in violation of Section 17 (no person to be registered in more than one constituency) of the RP Act.