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PM to BJP MPs: Take Parliament panels seriously

IndiaTimes Thursday, 11 July 2019
Speaking to a group of first-term MPs, Modi said the party’s work in the north-eastern state, which was under 19 years of Left rule till February 2018, was carried out under extreme odds. His remarks came after MPs were asked to speak briefly about themselves and Tripura East MP Rebati Tripura spoke of how he began working for BJP in 2014 despite his family’s CPM background.
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