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RSS chief lists Article 370 abrogation, Ram Mandi bhoomipujan, CAA as 'noteworthy incidents' in annual Dussehra's address

IndiaTimes Sunday, 25 October 2020
Bhagwat said that using CAA, opportunists unleashed organised violence in the name of protests.
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RSS chief lists Article 370 abrogation, Ram Mandir bhoomipujan, CAA as 'noteworthy incidents' in annual Dussehra's address

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