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Delhi violence: CPM says NSA Ajit Doval's 'Jo hua so hua' remark shocking

IndiaTimes Friday, 28 February 2020
The CPM on Friday slammed National Security Advisor Ajit Doval's "jo hua so hua (whatever happened has happened)" remark while speaking to people in the riot-hit areas of Delhi, and alleged attempts are being made to "whitewash" the role of perpetrators.
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