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Mayawati slams Kamal Nath's sexist slur at BJP minister Imarti Devi, urges Dalits not to vote for Congress

DNA Monday, 19 October 2020
Former CM Kamal Nath was on a Dabra tour of Gwalior district on Sunday. While addressing a public meeting, he gave an inappropriate statement about Imrati Devi. Taking a dig at BJP candidate Imrati Devi, he said that you recognize her more than me, you should have warned me. What 'item' is she?
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