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MJ Akbar, accused of sexual harassment, should come clean or quit, says Congress

NEW DELHI: MJ Akbar, former editor and Minister of State for External Affairs, must come clean on the allegations of sexual harassment levelled against him or step down from the Union Cabinet, the Congress demanded on Wednesday. Addressing a press meet here, Congress spokesperson Jaipal Reddy said MJ Akbar must

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