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PM's 'blue-eyed' boy weakened Vijay Mallya's 'Look Out' Notice: Rahul Gandhi's sharp attack on CBI's AK Sharma

DNA Saturday, 15 September 2018
Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday alleged that it was the "blue-eyed boy" of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the CBI who weakened the lookout notice against fugitive liquor baron Vijay Mallya and allowed him to flee the country.

Taking to Twitter, Gandhi alleged that it was AK Sharma, a Gujarat-cadre officer in the...
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▶ Rahul Gandhi ने मांगा Vijay Mallya मामले पर  01:33

Rahul Gandhi asks Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to Step down on Vijay Mallya's claim. In the above video, we have disclosed that Rahul Gandhi also asked for independent investigation in this case to PM Modi. Watch the above video and know the whole story.

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