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Watch: Rahul Gandhi mimics PM Modi in Morena’s rally

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Watch: Rahul Gandhi mimics PM Modi in Morena’s rally

Watch: Rahul Gandhi mimics PM Modi in Morena’s rally

Morena (MP), Oct 16 (ANI): Congress President Rahul Gandhi mimicked Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a rally in Madhya Pradesh's Morena.

While addressing the rally he said, “When Modiji became the Prime Minister, he said, Mitron....don't make me PM, make me chowkidar.

The chowkidar calls people 'Mitron' and to Anil Ambani, he calls Anil bhai.”

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