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Priyanka targets Modi, rakes up snoopgate controversy
Rae Bareli/New Delhi, April 23 - For the second consecutive day, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra Wednesday targeted the BJP and its leader Narendra Modi and raked up the snoopgate controversy, saying the Gujarat chief minister was listening to conversations of women.Addressing election rallies in Rae Bareli, Priyanka also said politics is about dealing with the problems of the people and not just making personal attacks.Priyanka's remarks on Modi came on a day BJP senior leader Arun Jaitley said he agreed with her that personal attacks cause pain but tha...

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