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Kamal Nath approaches Supreme Court against Election Commission revoking star campaigner status

DNA Saturday, 31 October 2020
The Congress leader has challenged the Election Commission's decision on various grounds and an urgent hearing is likely to be sought.
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Congress leader and former chief minister of Madhya Pradesh (MP), Kamla Nath who is in the middle of controversy for his speeches ahead of bypolls in the state, took a sharp jibe at BJP. "They'll (BJP) talk about buying you but they don't know that their leaders may be salable but MP's voters...

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