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No Special Protection Group cover to Sonia Gandhi family

Hindu Saturday, 9 November 2019
The Union government has decided to withdraw the Special Protection Group (SPG) cover for Congress president Sonia Gandhi and her children — Member of
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News video: NEWS @ 6 PM, NOVEMBER 8th | Oneindia News

NEWS @ 6 PM, NOVEMBER 8th | Oneindia News 03:53

THE CENTRE WITHDREW THE SPECIAL PROTECTION GROUP SECURITY COVER GIVEN TO THE GANDHI FAMILY TODAY, THEY WILL NOW BE PROVIDED WITH CRPF Z PLUS COVER INSTEAD,PAK TO CHARGE $20 FACILITATION FEE FROM EACH PILGRIM USING THE KARTARPUR CORRIDOR TO VISIT THE GURDWARA DARBAR SAHIB ON NOVEMBER 9TH,FADNAVIS...

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