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Tom Vadakkan joins BJP: Congress dismisses ex-party leader's criticism, says 'till now, he used to abuse Narendra Modi'

Firstpost Thursday, 14 March 2019
In an embarrassment to the Congress ahead of the Lok Sabha polls, Vadakkan joined the BJP and attacked his former party for its stand on the Balakot air strikes.
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News video: BJP leader Naqvi hits back at Congress for giving Contradictory Statement on PM Modi | Oneindia News

BJP leader Naqvi hits back at Congress for giving Contradictory Statement on PM Modi | Oneindia News 01:25

Union Minister of Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi hit backs at Congress and party President Rahul Gandhi for giving Contradictory statement on Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Naqvi said, Congress party itself is giving Contradictory statement. #Naqvi #Congress #Rahulgandhi

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