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Mayawati takes swipe at Narendra Modi over Rafale deal, says national security can be ignored for sake of 'chowkidar'

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Mayawati takes swipe at Narendra Modi over Rafale deal, says national security can be ignored for sake of 'chowkidar'According to Mayawati, the "chowkidar" was moving everywhere in the country on government expense claiming to be honest and not corrupt.
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Rafale Deal: "PM Modi acting as Anil Ambani's Middleman," Says Rahul Gandhi | Oneindia News 03:23

While addressing a press conference in the national capital on Rafale row, Congress president Rahul Gandhi attacked on BJP and said, “Prime Minister Narendra Modi ji is acting as the middleman of Anil Ambani. This email is clear. Watch video, #RahulGandhi #RafaleDeal #PMModi

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