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RaGa blasted for 1.47-min presser

DNMUM416166 | 6/14/2018 | Author : Sanjay Jog | WC :433 | Mumbai



Creating a record of sorts for the shortest media interaction ever that lasted for 1.47 minutes, Congress President Rahul Gandhi touched upon GST, petrol hike, inflation, the grand alliance of Opposition against BJP and the love and affection that he gets each time he visits the Maximum City.
Following that, Gandhi left in a jiffy, leaving the media astound about the raison d'etre of the press meet.
"There was confusion within the party on the issue of Gandhi holding a press conference. The Congress president had agreed to give a sound bite but considering the presence of large mediapersons he agreed to meet all and speak," explained Mumbai Regional Congress Committee president Sanjay Nirupam.
After his arr
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