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'PM Modi could not answer my 4 questions': Rahul Gandhi in Nanded rally | Oneindia News

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'PM Modi could not answer my 4 questions': Rahul Gandhi in Nanded rally | Oneindia News

'PM Modi could not answer my 4 questions': Rahul Gandhi in Nanded rally | Oneindia News

Rahul Gandhi addressed the public meeting in Nanded, Maharashtra on Monday.

During this time, Rahul Gandhi attacks PM Modi.

In his speech, Rahul Gandhi said that 'I made 4 questions with PM Modi, whose Modi ji could not answer'.

Watch video, #Elections2019 #RahulGandhi #PMModi

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