Vishwas also termed the woman's allegations as "baseless" and put the onus on Delhi Police which he said did not take any action on the woman's complaint accusing four persons including a BJP spokesperson of maligning her image.

The woman has moved the Commission claiming that "false rumours" of Vishwas having illicit relationship with her were ruining her reputation and that he should come forward to clarify.

"The story of a woman which is going on since morning... she had actually given a complaint to Delhi Police on March 31 in which she had named four persons, accusing them of maligning her image on social media. When nothing happened, she made a complaint to the woman commission," cited AAP leader Sanjay Singh said at a press conference here.

In none of the complaints, she has talked about any illicit relationship, despite that it is being made up as if an illicit relationship has been unearthed.

The woman has complained about maligning her image. She has accused a BJP spokesperson of tweeting her photo, Singh urged.

Defending himself, Vishwas said that the woman, who was an activist of Aam Aadmi Party, registered a police complaint that some persons on social media are spreading lies against her, including a BJP spokesperson, that she has an illicit relation.

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