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BJP following path of Congress, says Mayawati

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 15 January 2020
On her 64th birthday on Wednesday, BSP chief Mayawati slammed the BJP and Congress and said both have ignored people's welfare during their governments. "BJP like Congress has kept aside issues of people welfare and national interest," Mayawati said at a press conference. The BSP chief said that the nation's economy has taken a hit due to Centre's policies.
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