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JD(U) reiterates that it will not compromise on corruption

All India Radio Sunday, 16 July 2017
JD(U) reiterates that it will not compromise on corruptionIn Bihar, a joint meeting of the RJD and Congress legislators has been convened today in Patna in view of Presidential election on Monday.The JD(U) has also convened a meeting of its legislators at the residence of Chief Minister, Nitish Kumar.
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