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From 'Make in India' to rape in India: Adhir Ranjan urges PM to speak up on crimes against women

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 10 December 2019
"Unfortunate that Prime Minister who speaks on everything is silent on this issue (crimes against women). From Make in India, India is slowly heading towards rape in India," Chowdhury said in the Lok Sabha. Chowdhury was speaking in reference to the recent instances of rape and killing from Uttar Pradesh and Telangana.
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