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Gulbarg massacre survivor to contest against Amit Shah in Gandhinagar; says will ensure justice for victims from Parliament

Firstpost Tuesday, 16 April 2019 ()
Firoz Khan Pathan, who is contesting against Amit Shah from Gandhinagar, highlighted the need for a strong leader to fight for justice for Gulbarg society massacre victims.
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