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HM Shah distributes electric wheels to Gandhinagar potters via video-conferencing

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HM Shah distributes electric wheels to Gandhinagar potters via video-conferencing

HM Shah distributes electric wheels to Gandhinagar potters via video-conferencing

Union Home Minister Amit Shah distributed electric pottery wheels via video conferencing on September 30.

He distributed the pottery wheels among 200 potters across 20 villages of his Lok Sabha constituency Gandhinagar in Gujarat.


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