PM's Bangladesh visit is to strengthen bilateral ties; has nothing to do with polls: Amit Shah on TMC's criticism of Narendra Modi's speech.

PTI | New Delhi | Updated: 28-03-2021 14:47 IST | Created: 28-03-2021 14:47 IST
PM's Bangladesh visit is to strengthen bilateral ties; has nothing to do with polls: Amit Shah on TMC's criticism of Narendra Modi's speech.

PM's Bangladesh visit is to strengthen bilateral ties; has nothing to do with polls: Amit Shah on TMC's criticism of Narendra Modi's speech.

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