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‘We Broke The Rotten Benami, Black ­Economy And Its Shell Companies’

BJP president Amit Shah, in an interaction with Outlook, touches upon major themes relating to India’s domestic politics and foreign policy...

‘We Broke The Rotten Benami, Black ­Economy And Its Shell Companies’
Photograph by Tribhuvan Tiwari
‘We Broke The Rotten Benami, Black ­Economy And Its Shell Companies’
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2017-07-11T14:22:13+05:30

Amit Shah is spending 110 days on the road, in a cross-country trip meant to strengthen and expand his party’s base. On a stopover in Delhi, the BJP president takes time out for Outlook, for an interaction touching upon major themes relating to India’s domestic politics and foreign policy. Excerpts from  an interview with Bhavna Vij-Aurora:

The US has declared Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed ­Salahuddin a global terrorist. Do you think it is a big moral victory for India?

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