Smriti Irani today joined a growing list of union ministers confronting questions about colleague MJ Akbar, who is abroad at a time sex harassment allegations have surfaced against him. MJ Akbar would be “in a better position to speak” on the allegations, Smriti Irani said, deftly parrying questions about whether the junior foreign minister would be asked to exit the government.
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