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Smriti Irani attacks Rahul Gandhi, accuses him of 'insulting' people of Amethi

IndiaTimes Saturday, 6 March 2021
Union minister Smriti Irani launched a scathing attack on former Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday, accusing him of "insulting" the people of Amethi by comparing voters in the north with those in Kerala. The Amethi MP, who laid the foundation stone for a bus stand in Tiloi, said the people gave Gandhi immense love for 15 years but he didn't anything for their development.
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