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How would 2019 be different if BJP did not register a landslide victory? | OneIndia News

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How would 2019 be different if BJP did not register a landslide victory?  | OneIndia News

How would 2019 be different if BJP did not register a landslide victory? | OneIndia News

The year 2019 was memorable in many ways, particularly because the BJP returned to power with a massive mandate and could push through legislations it cosidered crucial.

But what if they did not return and a coalition took its place or a Congress-led UPA government.

We predict what would have happened then...

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