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SC Rafale verdict: Amit Shah seeks Congress apology for 'malicious' campaign; Rahul Gandhi demands JPC probe

IndiaTimes Thursday, 14 November 2019
SC's clean chit to Modi government on the purchase of 36 Rafale fighter jets evoked a contrasting response. While Union minister Amit Shah slammed the opposition for running a "malicious and baseless" campaign, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi cited parts of the verdict written by Justice Joseph to renew their demands for JPC probe into the purchase of Rafale jets.
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BJP STAGED A COUNTRYWIDE PROTEST ON SATURDAY SEEKING CONGRESS LEADER RAHUL GANDHI'S APOLOGY ON THE RAFALE ISSUE

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