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Bihar agriculture minister Sudhakar Singh, who flagged issue of corruption in Nitish Kumar govt, submits resignation

DNA Sunday, 2 October 2022
This comes a day after Singh said he will not allow "continuation of BJP agenda" in his department with the formation of Grand Alliance government.
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