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After Khushbu Sundar's move to join BJP, Tamil Nadu Congress president says 'not bothered'

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After Khushbu Sundar made the switch to BJP, TNCC President KS Alagiri remarked that she was an actress with popularity, but lacked political popularity.
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Hours after quitting the Congress party, actor-turned-politician Khushbu Sundar joined the BJP. Her entry into the saffron party comes ahead of the Tamil Nadu Assembly polls slated to be held in 2021. Earlier in the day, Khushbu Sundar had sent a letter to Congress party president Sonia Gandhi...

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