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Vijay Mallya controversy: Rahul Gandhi says CBI downgraded lookout notice 'with approval' from Narendra Modi

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In the latest development in the Vijay Mallya controversy, Rahul took to Twitter on Friday to allege that the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) handling Mallya's case changed the conditions of investigation with the "approval of Prime Minister"
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Rahul Gandhi asks Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to Step down on Vijay Mallya's claim. In the above video, we have disclosed that Rahul Gandhi also asked for independent investigation in this case to PM Modi. Watch the above video and know the whole story.

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