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Mayawati attacks Congress govt in Rajasthan over 'rise' in crime against Dalits, women

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Bahujan Samaj Party supremo Mayawati on Sunday lashed out at the Rajasthan government over alleged rise in crime against Dalits and women, saying like in Uttar Pradesh, "jungle-raj" also prevailed in the Congress-ruled state. She said that instead of looking into the issue, Congress leaders in Rajasthan have maintained silence over it.
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