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22 held by police in Lucknow ahead of PM Narendra Modi's visit

Zee News Tuesday, 20 June 2017
Those detained included some youth leaders belonging to the Samajwadi Party (SP).  
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News video: Watch: 2 IPS officers indulge in verbal spat during PM Modi’s security briefing

Watch: 2 IPS officers indulge in verbal spat during PM Modi’s security briefing 00:40

Lucknow (U.P.), June 20 (ANI): In a shameful incident, two senior IPS officers got indulged in a verbal spat during the security briefing meeting ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Lucknow. The incident took place, after Superintendent of Police of Special Investigation Team (SIT)...

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