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Delhi election losses: The beginning of the end for PM Modi?

By DW
16 February 2020   |   11:02 am
In an apparent landslide victory, a regional anti-corruption party has come out on top. The vote was seen as a referendum on PM Modi's controversial policies, including a new citizenship law that excludes Muslims.

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