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Love, practice your religion but don't hate others: VP Naidu

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Love, practice your religion but don't hate others: VP Naidu

Love, practice your religion but don't hate others: VP Naidu

While addressing at an event in Hyderabad on January 23, Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu said, "By freedom, Netaji didn't mean merely emancipation from political bondage, but also equal distribution of wealth, the abolition of caste barriers and social inequalities, destruction of communalism and religious intolerance." "You love and practice your religion but don't hate others," he added.


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