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Centre making efforts to defame, destabilise Gujarat govt: Modi
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Demanding a recall of Gujarat governor, Kamala Beniwal for her alleged actions against the state government, the state BJP took out a massive rally in Ahmedabad under the leadership of Gujarat chief minister, Narendra Modi on Sunday.
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