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Democracy now truly established in Jammu and Kashmir: J P Nadda

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 6 August 2019
BJP leaders on Tuesday cheered Parliament's nod to the Union government's measures on Jammu and Kashmir, with its working president J P Nadda, asserting that democracy has now been established in a true sense there and terrorism will make way for development.
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