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Priyanka Gandhi slams PM Modi says, ‘Talk about India, not Pakistan’ | Oneindia News

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Priyanka Gandhi slams PM Modi says, ‘Talk about India, not Pakistan’ | Oneindia News

Priyanka Gandhi slams PM Modi says, ‘Talk about India, not Pakistan’ | Oneindia News

Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has accused the ruling BJP of spreading lies through its poll campaign.

Priyanka said the government is trying to silence those who are asking questions.“They talk about Pakistan.

If BJP is patriotic then do not talk about Pakistan but tell us what you are doing for India,” she said.

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