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Ahmed Patel: Sonia Gandhi's top lieutenant and key Congress strategist

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 25 November 2020
Ahmed Patel, a staunch loyalist of Nehru-Gandhi family and Congress Party's top strategist, died in a Gurugram hospital on Wednesday due to multi-organ failure. He was suffering from complications related to Covid-19.
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