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Before 2014, people wondered whether India's multi-party democracy had failed: Amit Shah

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 17 September 2019
Union home minister Amit Shah attacked the Congress for its "culture of policy paralysis", alleged corruption and unguarded borders prior to 2014 saying people wondered then whether India's multi-party democratic system had failed. He said the state of the country during Congress rule was such that the common man was clueless as to where the nation was headed.
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