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Take a decision on removal of DMC chief Zafarul Islam Khan within 2 weeks: Delhi HC directs AAP govt

DNA Friday, 22 May 2020
The court directed to conclude the process under Section 4(4)(f) of the Delhi Minorities Commission Act against Zafarul-Islam Khan in accordance with the law.
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