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'Modi govt exposed for its inability to govern': Sonia Gandhi says PM, Amit Shah misled the youth on CAA-NRC

DNA Monday, 13 January 2020
The opposition leaders had held a meeting in the Parliament Annexe complex to hold discussions over the current political scenario in the country following the widespread protests against the amended citizenship law.
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