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Charges against Maharashtra minister are serious, says Sharad Pawar

IndiaTimes Thursday, 14 January 2021
Pawar said, “allegation of rape against Dhananjay Munde is serious. We will discuss the issue within the organisation. We will have to take a decision as a party. Munde met me and explained the sequence of events. NCP will take a call as soon as possible.”
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