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Amit Shah challenges Arvind Kejriwal over New Delhi seat in upcoming polls

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Amit Shah challenges Arvind Kejriwal over New Delhi seat in upcoming polls

Amit Shah challenges Arvind Kejriwal over New Delhi seat in upcoming polls

Home Minister Amit Shah slammed Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal over upcoming polls.

Speaking at a rally, Shah challenged Arvind Kejriwal to try and retain New Delhi assembly seat.

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