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Don't See Priyanka, Salamat as Hindu-Muslim, says Allahabad High Court

DNA Tuesday, 24 November 2020
Unhappy with the decision, the parents of Priyanka filed an FIR against Salamat, accusing him of "kidnapping" and "abduction to compel a marriage".
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