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'Can't forget dark days': Addressing Lok Sabha on 44th anniversary of Emergency, PM takes Congress to task

Firstpost Tuesday, 25 June 2019 ()
Prime Minister Narendra Modi used the fact that Tuesday was the anniversary of the Emergency to remind Congress of its political misadventures
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PM Modi slams Congress on Rahul - Sonia Gandhi Jail Comment | Oneindia News 03:04

PM Narendra Modi launched a stinging counter attack on Congress. During PM Modi's Lok Sabha Speech, He said it is not emergency that Government will send Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi to Jail. We Believe in Constitution and our Law. #PMModi #Soniarahul #Jailcomment

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