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Efforts to clean banking system cost Urjit Patel his job, claims Rahul

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 28 July 2020
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday claimed that efforts by former RBI chief Urjit Patel to clean the banking system cost him his job. Gandhi used a news report that quoted Patel saying that the insolvency law caused a rift with the government to buttress his claim.
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