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Amit Shah admits BJP suffered losses in Delhi due to hate statements| OneIndia News

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Amit Shah admits BJP suffered losses in Delhi due to hate statements| OneIndia News

Amit Shah admits BJP suffered losses in Delhi due to hate statements| OneIndia News

Amit Shah accepts hate statements during Delhi campaigning were wrong; Home Minister says his door is open for anyone who wants to discuss CAA; 2 new suspected cases of coronavirus in Kolkata; Assam govt decides to shut govt-run madrassas; Supreme Court says 'winnability' cannot justify criminal netas; Jyotiraditya Scindia admits Congress needs new ideology and more news

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