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Sharad Pawar suffering from cataract of 'greed for votes', can't see what people of Maharashtra want: Amit Shah

Zee News Friday, 18 October 2019
Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday lambasted the Congress and the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) for questioning the link between Article 370 and Maharashtra, saying that Sharad Pawar suffering from the cataract of `greed for votes` and he could not see what the people want.
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