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Govt should give up 'obduracy' to allow debate in Parliament on Delhi riots: Congress

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 3 March 2020
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News video: 'Putting horse after Holi...': Congress on Delhi violence debate in Parliament

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Indian National Congress party targeted the Union government over the latter's opposition to a discussion in Parliament on the recent Delhi violence. Congress' Abhishek Manu Singhvi mocked the government's offer that a discussion be held after the festival of Holi. Singhvi also slammed the...

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