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Read selective excerpts from Narendra Modi’s interview to Rajat Sharma in ‘Aap Ki Adalat’ on India TV

India TV Politics Desk [ Updated 12 Apr 2014, 15:54:27 ]
Read selective excerpts from Narendra Modi’s interview to Rajat Sharma in ‘Aap Ki Adalat’ on India TV
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New Delhi: In his first exclusive marathon interview to India TV editor-in-chief Rajat Sharma on his popular Aap Ki Adalat show, BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi opened up on a range of issues - his personal life, Gujarat riots, his relations with senior party leader L K Advani and replied to charges of giving land at throwaway prices to industrialists in Gujarat.

Here we selective excerpts of the interview:


Related Tags: Narendra Modi , Modi interview , Rajat Sharma , Aap Ki Adalat


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