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'Last episode of Mann ki Baat on TV': Opposition leaders react to Narendra Modi's maiden press conference, mock PM for not taking questions

Firstpost Saturday, 18 May 2019
Among others to mocked Narendra Modi for having BJP chief Amit Shah field all questions was Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, who held a parallel press conference at the time Modi and Shah were meeting reporters, and has repeatedly urged the prime minister to debate him on several issues.
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The BJP would win more than 300 seats in the Lok Sabha elections and get a full majority, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP president Amit Shah on Friday, even as Congress president Rahul Gandhi said separately he would not "prejudge" the results."The people are going to bless us again," said...

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