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Humanitarian work is primary, could have done more if we were in govt: IYC president B V Srinivas

IndiaTimes Monday, 3 May 2021 ()
As the second Covid-19 wave stretches the healthcare infrastructure to breaking point, Indian Youth Congress president B V Srinivas and his team have emerged the go-to people, quickly responding to SOS messages and arranging for oxygen, medicines and even plasma.
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