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PM Modi speaks about 56-inch chest, but lacks a heart that can wipe the tears of poor: Siddaramaiah

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 27 January 2021
Questioning as to what was the intelligence department of the central government doing with regard to violence during the farmers protest in Delhi on Tuesday, the leader of opposition in the state assembly asked it to make it public if terrorists were involved in the protests. "...it is the failure of the government, farmers are protesting for over two months, they have held 11 rounds of discussions so far.. is 11 rounds required to resolve the issue? "
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