Wal-Mart ‘Rs 125 crore’ bribe case: Narendra Modi presenting ‘shining India’, Congress ‘shames’ India, says BJP
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has latched on to reports of Wal-Mart paying “suspected bribery” in India to attack Congress saying the party continues to “shame” India abroad while Prime Minister Narendra Modi was working hard to present a “shining India” to the world.
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