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Article 370 scrapped: Digvijaya Singh claims Narendra Modi dumped Vajpayee's 'Kashmiriyat, insaniyat, jamhuriyat' policy

Firstpost Tuesday, 13 August 2019
Digvijaya Singh's reaction came in response to a poser regarding his Congress colleague P Chidambaram's remark that the Centre would not have revoked provisions of Article 370 if Jammu and Kashmir was a Hindu majority state.
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