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'Bone chilling': Sonia Gandhi demands judicial enquiry into JNU violence

IndiaTimes Monday, 6 January 2020
Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Monday alleged that the "horrifying" violence unleashed on India's youth by goons was with the active abetment of the ruling Modi government and demanded an independent judicial inquiry into the violence in JNU.
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