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Former Health Minister Harsh Vardhan quits politics day after BJP denies LS ticket, will return to...

DNA Sunday, 3 March 2024
The announcement came through a heartfelt message shared on the social media platform X, where he expressed gratitude for the opportunity to serve the nation and reflected on his journey from a medical student to a renowned political leader.
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Former Union minister Harsh Vardhan quits politics after BJP denies ticket for LS polls | Oneindia 03:08

Veteran BJP leader and Chandini Chowk MP, Dr. Harsh Vardhan, has announced his departure from active politics following alleged denial of a ticket for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. His decision came in response to the Delhi BJP's declaration of candidates for five constituencies, including...

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