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PM Modi thanks EC for allowing Kedarnath, Badrinath visit; Rahul terms it 'drama'

DNA Sunday, 19 May 2019
Congress chief Rahul Gandhi termed the visit a "drama in Kedarnath" and was also highly critical of the poll panel, saying its "capitulation before Mr Modi & his gang is obvious to all Indians".
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi begins his two day visit to Uttarakhand after the end of election campaign. He offered prayers at Kedarnath and also reviewed development projects in Kedarnath. He will complete his visit after Badrinath Darshan. #PMModi #Kedarnathtemple #Developmentprojects

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