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'Tested positive in Delhi, negative in Jaipur': MP Hanuman Beniwal shares conflicting COVID-19 test reports on Twitter

DNA Monday, 14 September 2020 ()
In the wake of 17 Member of Parliament (MPs) testing positive for coronavirus disease (COVID-19) on Day 1 of the Parliament's Monsoon Session, Rashtriya Loktantrik Party (RLP) MP Hanuman Beniwal on Monday shared two conflicting test reports on Twitter, which would seem to suggest that the convenor had tested positive for COVID-19...
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