The Political India
Parliament Special Issue

Spend On Farmers, Not Ads: Prakash Javadekar Hits Back At AAP

<strong>New Delhi:</strong> In the backdrop of a grim grey sky in the national capital on Monday as the Odd-Even car rationing system began, Union Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar responded to Aam Aadmi Party’s allegation about his office having “kept postponing” meetings to curb pollution.

Javedekar asked, “Delhi government says enough

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