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India's truth is no Modi in 2019, claims Rahul Gandhi: Congress chief says PM's silence on key issues won't fly with voters

Firstpost Monday, 14 January 2019
Detailing Congress' 2019 strategy, Rahul Gandhi focussed on corruption charges against Modi (Rafale deal, to be specific) and reiterated Centre's "over-zealous" involvement in all the crucial institutions in the country
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