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Delhi Assembly dismisses 3 BJP MLAs for raising slogans against CM Arvind Kejriwal

DNA Monday, 28 March 2022
The clutter between the two political parties surfaced after Adesh Gupta slammed CM Kejriwal for making defamatory remarks against 'The Kashmir Files'
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News video: 3 Delhi BJP MLAs suspended due to AAP’s outrage over remark on Arvind Kejriwal | Oneindia News

3 Delhi BJP MLAs suspended due to AAP’s outrage over remark on Arvind Kejriwal | Oneindia News 01:02

Today, Delhi Assembly Speaker Ram Niwas Goel suspended three BJP MLAs for the day amid intense protest by the AAP over remarks made by Delhi BJP president Adesh Kumar Gupta against Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. #DelhiAssembly #BJP #AAP

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