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Narendra Modi came, sat and left at the press conference

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In his first appearance at a press conference, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asserted in opening remarks that the BJP will come back to power with a full majority on its own, but refused to take any questions.

In a surprising move, Modi showed up on the dais for a scheduled press conference by BJP chief Amit Shah, who gave a...
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