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I have not lost, have just not won a seat: Imarti Devi

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I have not lost, have just not won a seat: Imarti Devi

I have not lost, have just not won a seat: Imarti Devi

BJP leader Imarti Devi got a setback after she lost Dabra assembly seat in Madhya Pradesh by-polls to Congress' Suresh Raje.

On the by-poll results, Imarti Devi said, "I have not lost, I have just not won a seat.

The BJP is still going strong and I'm happy that Shivraj Singh Chouhan ji will now be able to complete his remaining term unfettered, with an absolute majority."


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