Lalu says Sonia called him, Cong denies any such talk
The Times of India Delhi|October 28, 2021
RJD Creating Confusion Before Bypolls, Says Cong
Sheezan.Nezami@timesgroup.com

Patna: Amidst the ongoing tussle between allies RJD and Congress over bypolls for two seats in Bihar, RJD chief Lalu Prasad on Wednesday claimed Congress president Sonia Gandhi called him on Tuesday night and asked him to unite all like-minded people against BJP. However, Congress denied this and accused RJD of creating confusion ahead of the bypolls.

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