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Kill Me If It Will Solve The Kashmir Problem: Kejriwal

Kill Me If It Will Solve The Kashmir Problem: Kejriwal
Kill Me If It Will Solve The Kashmir Problem: Kejriwal
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About today's attack on the AAP HQ, Arvind Kejriwal:

Supposing Prashantji [Prashant Bhushan] said something [about Kashmir]. So what do these people want? Do they want to kill Prashantji? We have made our party's stand clear. Prashantji himself has said it a number of times since then that his statement had been misinterpreted. If by killing me or Prashantji, or vandalising our offices, if the Kashmir problem can be solved, then tell me the place, the time, and I will be there -- let them kill me.
 

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