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Uma Bharti blames Rahul Gandhi for Rajasthan political crisis

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Uma Bharti blames Rahul Gandhi for Rajasthan political crisis

Uma Bharti blames Rahul Gandhi for Rajasthan political crisis

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and National Vice President, Uma Bharti on July 13, accused Rahul Gandhi for political crisis in Rajasthan.

She said that Rahul Gandhi is responsible for what's happening now in Rajasthan and whatever happened in Madhya Pradesh.

"He doesn't allow young leaders in Congress to grow.

He feels that if educated and able leaders like Jyotiraditya Scindia and Sachin Pilot get high posts then he'll be left behind".


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