Congress and Pakistan on same page, says BJP over Digvijaya remarks
Reacting to Congress leader Digvijaya Singh’s remarks to a Pakistani journalist that if Congress comes to power they will reconsider the decision of abrogating Article 370, the BJP leaders on Saturday said the Congress and the Pakistan leadership are on the same page.
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