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It's a fact that Uber and Ola are impacting business: Jay Panda defends Nirmala Sitharaman

DNA Wednesday, 11 September 2019
"Some people are unnecessarily trying to criticise the finance minister for no reason. We should separate fact from emotions. It is a fact that Uber and Ola are impacting the business. We cannot like it but we should accept facts," he added.
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