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Panchayat Aaj Tak: Amit Shah launches counter attack against 'Shahzada' Rahul Gandhi

India Today Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
BJP president Amit Shah called Rahul Gandhi 'Shahzada' launching a counter offensive against Congress vice-president ahead of the upcoming Gujarat Assembly elections.
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News video: Amit Shah and Rahul Gandhi attacked on each other in Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh

Amit Shah and Rahul Gandhi attacked on each other in Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh 04:23

BJP President Amit Shah attacked on Rahul Gandhi in Amethi and Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi attacked on Amit Shah in Gujarat...

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