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Thanks for kind, humanitarian gesture: PM Modi on Bahrain govt's decision to pardon 250 Indian prisoners

DNA Sunday, 25 August 2019
Modi has expressed his gratitude to the Bahraini leadership for the Royal pardon, PMO India tweeted on Sunday.
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