Congress condemns release of Rajiv Gandhi assassins; disagrees with Sonia Gandhi |Oneindia News*News

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Published on November 12, 2022 - Duration: 02:06s

Congress condemns release of Rajiv Gandhi assassins; disagrees with Sonia Gandhi |Oneindia News*News

Yesterday, the Congress slammed the Supreme Court decision to free Nalini Sriharan and five other convicts in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case.

The party said that it ‘disagreed with Sonia Gandhi’, who had pleaded for their release from prison.

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