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Amit Shah shifts to late Prime Minister Vajpayee's residence

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 27 August 2019
Amit Shah was earlier staying at 11, Akbar Road residence. The home minister was allotted Vajpayee's bungalow after the BJP stormed back into power for a second successive time in the Lok Sabha elections.
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