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Rahul Gandhi: Modi kept his cabinet ministers locked during demonetization

Mid-Day Friday, 17 May 2019
Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Friday alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had kept his cabinet ministers locked in his residence during the announcement of demonetisation.

"Narendra Modi locked his cabinet ministers locked inside the 7 Racecourse Roadhouse during the time of demonetisation. This is the truth. SPG...
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