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'Opposition looking to form majboor govt but citizens want majboot leaders': Narendra Modi at BJP national convention

Firstpost Saturday, 12 January 2019
'Opposition looking to form majboor govt but citizens want majboot leaders': Narendra Modi at BJP national conventionOn the second and last day of the BJP National Convention in New Delhi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched attacks on the Congress and other Opposition outfits over various issues, including the Rafale deal and the Ayodhya issue.
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"Opposition Wants A Majboor Government, We Will Form A Mazboot One": PM Modi 04:38

Addressing the BJP's National Convention at Ramlila Maidan here, PM Modi said "These days, a campaign is going on to publicise a failed experiment in the history of Indian politics by the name of 'mahagathbandhan'. These people are trying to make a 'majboor sarkaar'. They don't want a 'majboot...

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