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Rahul Gandhi slams UP govt, says constant exploitation of victims unbearable

IndiaTimes Sunday, 22 November 2020
"The constant exploitation of victims at the hands of the government in UP is unbearable. The entire country is seeking answers from the government in the case of Hathras rape and murder and is with the victim's family. Another example of uniformed hooliganism in Gundaraja," Gandhi tweeted along with a picture of a news report.
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