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PM gives priority to BJP-ruled states: Rahul Gandhi in Wayanad

IndiaTimes Sunday, 9 June 2019
"I know that the Prime Minister will not treat Kerala as he treats Uttar Pradesh. He came here and said that Kerala is alike Varanasi. But I know (it is not) because CPM is ruling here. He will not treat it as a normal state. The PM gives priority to BJP ruled states over states ruled by other parties," Rahul Gandhi said during a roadshow in Wayanad.
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