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Rahul Gandhi loses parliamentary seat in family bastion Amethi

Reuters India Thursday, 23 May 2019
Rahul Gandhi, the president of India's opposition Congress party, said he had lost his own parliament seat in a family borough in a northern state in the biggest upset of the election on Thursday.
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News video: Rahul Gandhi takes onus for LS defeat, asks Smriti to treat Amethi 'with love'

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Rahul Gandhi addressed the press and took responsibility for the party's performance.

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