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There Is A Strong Sense Of Betrayal By Modi Government: Congress' Data Analytics Head

Praveen Chakravarty, who heads the Congress’s data analytics team, says voters feel let-down by the Modi government and there is a strong sense of betrayal.

There Is A Strong Sense Of Betrayal By Modi Government: Congress' Data Analytics Head
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There Is A Strong Sense Of Betrayal By Modi Government: Congress' Data Analytics Head
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2018-10-19T11:33:01+05:30

Political economist Praveen Chakravarty, who heads the Congress’s data analytics team, tells Outlook that data shows the party is primed to win the three heartland states this November-December polls.    

What is your assessment, based on your findings, about the major states that are going to the polls?

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