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JP Nadda writes to Sonia Gandhi, urges not to weaken country’s fight against Covid

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 11 May 2021
Urging that the Congress should not weaken the country’s fight against Covid-19, BJP chief JP Nadda on Tuesday wrote a letter to Sonia Gandhi, saying former Congress chief Rahul Gandhi will be remembered for duplicity and pettiness.
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