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NEW DELHI: Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday defended his party colleague Kumar Vishwas in a controversy involving a woman.
"We have decided to keep quiet now. Questions about our government will be answered, won't answer on this," he said.Continuing his diatribe against the media, the Delhi CM said, "From the past 2-3 months some media houses are making efforts to defame AAP party and the government.""Your fight is with us, do not drag our families, children and wives into this," he said.The Delhi CM said that there was news that was being aired that Kumar Vishwas had an illicit affair with someone. "Vishwas is denying it, the girl herself is denying it," Kejriwal said.Kejriwal said Kumar Vishwas's family was suffering as a result of this controversy. "His whole family is suffering from depression, his children are being asked in school about the alleged 'affair'"

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