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Election 2019 LIVE Updates: After Lalu Prasad Yadav, DMK's MK Stalin urges Rahul Gandhi to stay on as Congress chief

Firstpost Tuesday, 28 May 2019
Election 2019 LIVE Updates: MK Stalin, DMK chief and a key UPA ally, dialed up Rahul Gandhi, urging him not to resign as Congress chief. He had earlier too backed Gandhi at a time when speculations were rife that the combined Opposition may not be able to come to a consensus on a prime ministerial face. Stalin was the first person in the UPA camp who proposed the name of Rahul as the prime ministerial candidate.
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