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‘Sahab (Raja) Ne Bola Ki You Meet People During One Specified Time’

R.K. Chandolia, June 2, 2009

‘Sahab (Raja) Ne Bola Ki You Meet People During One Specified Time’
‘Sahab (Raja) Ne Bola Ki You Meet People During One Specified Time’
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Radia chats with Chandolia just after coming out of a meeting with A. Raja, who wants a person to handle his media. Radia offers Chandolia one of her “trusted guys”.



RKC: Hello.

NR: Hi.

RKC: Haanji, kya haal hai...

NR: I just came out of the meeting, I met our minister, Fareed baitha hua tha bahar without an appointment, as usual.

RKC: To daant diya hoga sahab ne sab ko...

NR: Kisko?

RKC: Staff walon ko daanta?

NR: Haan, because I think he is a bit frustrated about, he said he is limiting the number of people that meet him and he’s also changed all his staff, because, I am glad...

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