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‘Master of Situation’: Shatrughan Sinha is All Praises for Rahul Gandhi After Income Guarantee ‘Masterstroke’


PTI, Mar 26, 2019, 4:36 PM IST

Patna: Actor-politician Shatrughan Sinha, who is all set to quit the BJP and join the opposition alliance in Bihar, on Tuesday showered praises on Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, calling him the “master of situation” and his proposed minimum income guarantee scheme–‘NYAY’a “masterstroke”.

“It is a masterstroke by the master of situation @RahulGandhi declaring #MinimumIncomeGuarantee scheme. It has rattled our people so much that some of our prominent people had to rush for a press conference, calling the whole declaration/announcement chhal-kapat (skulduggery),” Sinha tweeted.

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