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PM Modi tonts Rahul Gandhi over earthquake remark in Lok Sabha | Oneindia News

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PM Modi tonts Rahul Gandhi over earthquake remark in Lok Sabha | Oneindia News

PM Modi tonts Rahul Gandhi over earthquake remark in Lok Sabha | Oneindia News

In his final speech in Parliament ahead of the general elections later this year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Wednesday took a swipe at Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, saying his claim of an “earthquake” if he speaks on Rafale jet deal fell flat.

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