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Rahul Gandhi doubts PM's 'Kerala dear to me' remark

IndiaTimes Sunday, 9 June 2019
Congress president Rahul Gandhi Sunday accused the Centre under Prime Minister Narendra Modi of according step-motherly treatment to the states not ruled by the BJP, which he dubbed as a party "blinded by hate and anger".
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News video: Rahul Gandhi's thanksgiving visit to Wayanad after LS victory from the seat

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President of the Indian National Congress party, Rahul Gandhi, is on a 3-day visit to Kerala's Wayanad.

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