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'Does she eat avocado?': Chidambaram targets Sitharaman during Congress protest over rising onion prices

IndiaTimes Thursday, 5 December 2019
Former finance minister P Chidambaram on Thursday targeted Nirmala Sitharaman during Congress protest over rising onion prices. Sitharaman, on Wednesday, said she doesn't eat much of onion. "I thought the finance minister said yesterday she does not eat onions, she is not bothered... What does she eat? Does she eat avocado?," Chidambaram said.
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