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Rahul Gandhi ridicules PM Narendra Modi's yoga, BJP calls Rahul 'part-time politician'

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 11 January 2017
After he ridiculed PM Narendra Modi for his "insincerity", the BJP called Congress leader Rahul Gandhi "a part-time politician." "Rahul Gandhi is a part time politician; (he) has just arrived from a vacation. If he really cared about people, (he) wouldn't have gone for vacation," the BJP said.
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