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Rahul Gandhi issued diktats without holding any post: Ex-Karnataka CM SM Krishna on quitting Congress

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Rahul Gandhi issued diktats without holding any post: Ex-Karnataka CM SM Krishna on quitting CongressKrishna also hailed Narendra Modi for leading the country on a path of development and for his biggest contribution of a scam-free government.
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News video: Lost whatever little respect I had for him: KPCC Chief on SM Krishna’s remark

▶ Lost whatever little respect I had for him: KPCC Chief on SM Krishna’s remark 01:17

Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee, President Dinesh Gundu Rao on Sunday criticised former Union Minister SM Krishna for his statement on ‘interference’ by Congress president Rahul Gandhi and said that by making such remarks he has lost whatever little respect he had.

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