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Rahul Gandhi: 'Who paid Jamia shooter?'

IndiaTimes Friday, 31 January 2020
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Friday questioned who "paid" the Jamia shooter, a day after a man opened fire at a group of anti-CAA protesters in the area. Asked by reporters to comment on the incident as he was entering Parliament, Gandhi said, ""Who paid the Jamia shooter?"
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