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Ahead of Rahul’s Alwar visit, Congress says rape victims denied justice in BJP-ruled UP, J&K

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 14 May 2019
Facing flak over allegations that the Congress government in Rajasthan tried to hush up the rape of a Dalit woman, a combative Congress attempted to turn the tables on its saffron opponents and said women’s security was the “biggest casualty” under the BJP.
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