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'I have chosen path of public service not of politics,' says Scindia

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'I have chosen path of public service not of politics,' says Scindia

'I have chosen path of public service not of politics,' says Scindia

During an interview with ANI, BJP's Jyotiraditya Scindia said he has chosen the way of public service and not of politics.

"My thought process is clear; I have chosen the path of public service not of politics.

It's been 20 years and I am determined to serve people.

I am not interested in any post, only want to work for development," said Jyotiraditya Scindia.


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