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Narendra Modi practising TRP politics: Rahul Gandhi at Congress parliamentary party meet

Firstpost Friday, 2 December 2016
Rahul Gandhi accused Narendra Modi of practising TRP politics, saying that the country has suffered damage due to his "vanity and incompetence."

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