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Rahul Gandhi says party will choose next Congress chief, not him; insists on 'theft' in Rafale fighter jet deal

Firstpost Thursday, 20 June 2019
As speculation continues on his next steps, Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday said his party will decide on who his successor will be
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"Where is Rahul Gandhi" was the question that seemingly unnerved the Congress’s Lok Sabha MPs who had come to take oath on the first day of the first session of the 17th Lok Sabha today. The question came from Union minister and Republican Party of India leader Ramdas Athawale.Watch...

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