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Modi, media distracting attention from core issues: Rahul Gandhi

IndiaTimes Sunday, 13 October 2019
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Sunday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union home minister Amit Shah and the media of distracting people's attention from core issues. Addressing an election rally at Ausa, Gandhi said when the youth ask for jobs, the government tells them to watch the moon, in an apparent reference to Isro's recent lunar mission, Chandrayaan-2.
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