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Congress leaders protest in Parliament complex

IndiaTimes Friday, 31 January 2020
The Congress MPs in both Houses also attended the joint sitting of Parliament in Central Hall wearing black bands on their arms during the President's address. The MPs wearing the bands were sitting together in one block after giving up their designated seats.
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