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Rahul Gandhi's campaign of 'love' against PM confuses Congress cadre, brings campaign to grinding halt

Firstpost Saturday, 18 May 2019
If Rahul Gandhi has done anything successfully in this election, it is that he has spread his own confusion through the rank and file with great efficacy.
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