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Priyanka Gandhi constitutes team to give feedback on Congress' Lok Sabha poll drubbing in Uttar Pradesh

Firstpost Tuesday, 25 June 2019 ()
On Monday, the Congress dissolved all District Congress Committees in Uttar Pradesh and constituted a three-member disciplinary committee to look into complaints of "gross indiscipline" during the recent Lok Sabha polls.
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