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PM Modi states, Congress praised Zakir Naik whose words caused Sri Lanka Blast | Oneindia News

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PM Modi states, Congress praised Zakir Naik whose words caused Sri Lanka Blast | Oneindia News

PM Modi states, Congress praised Zakir Naik whose words caused Sri Lanka Blast | Oneindia News

Election 2019, PM Modi addressing Public Meeting in Itarsi states that, Congress praised Zakir Naik in a public platform.

Zakir Naik is the one whose TV Channel is banned from Sri Lanka after the serial blasts.

PM Modi slams Congress senior Leader Digvijay Singh on praising Zakir Naik.

#PMModi #Zakirnaik #Digvijaysingh

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