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Emergency reminds us that democracies, when tested, fight back resiliently: Milind Deora

IndiaTimes Thursday, 25 June 2020 ()
On the occasion of 45 years of imposition of emergency in India by the Indira Gandhi government, Congress leader Milind Deora on Thursday said emergency reminds us that democracies, when tested, fight back resiliently.
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