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#ExposingKumarVishwas: Did AAP leader sleep with a volunteer?

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New Delhi, March 30: Agony of Aam Aadmi Party will not get over soon. At a time when party is already on slippery wicket due to various warring faction, this will definitely add more to it's cup of woes.

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Startling revelation has been made against party leader Kumar Vishwas. It has been said that Vishwas slept with a volunteer student and also accepted black money during 2014 Lok Sabha elections.

Did AAP leader sleep with a volunteer?

According to DNA report which claims it has copy of mails where a person named Ajay Vohra alleged that Vishwas, a poet and self-styled comedian slept with a student while he was on tour to Amethi.

Vohra further alleged that Kumar Vishwas who acts like a loyal soldier of the Arvind Kejriwal camp now, was also caught red handed in compromising position by his wife.

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Reportedly, in the mail Ajay Vohra had said that he will not release the audio clip in public domain as it will affect image of the party. The mail was sent to party chief and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal along with other party leaders Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav.

According to latest report, Vishwas has termed the whole episode as a conspiracy, to sully his image.

After this shocking revelation came to fore, the hashtag #ExposingKumarVishwas has been trending on Twitter where people are slamming Vishwas and the party.

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