Shah meets aimed at boosting Raj unit
The Morning Standard|December 05, 2021
HOME Minister Amit Shah began a two-day tour of Rajasthan on Saturday, with a visit to the border district of Jaisalmer where he interacted with army jawans.
RAJESH ASNANI

The more interesting part of his trip comes on Sunday when he holds a mega roadshow and a special meeting with BJP workers and leaders in Jaipur.

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