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J&K better under BJP Govt: Jaitley - Pioneer
After Modi Government came to power in May 2014, situation in terror infected Jammu & Kashmir has improved, claimed Union Finance Minister and election in-charge of BJP in Gujarat, Arun Jaitley on Sunday.
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