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Why only George Soros? Expose all "foreign hands"

Successive Indian govts have remained mum about the round-tripping of black money through the well-established "Mauritius Route", which continues to pollute the Indian market

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Bharat Bhushan New Delhi
No one can be allowed to rain on India's parade just when Prime Minister Modi is on the cusp of being recognised as a world leader through India's routine and rotational assumption of the G-20 presidency. Therefore, the breaking of informal red lines set for the domestic media by outsiders has to be framed by the ruling dispensation as a conspiracy of "foreign powers".

Union minister Smriti Irani claimed that George Soros has launched a "war" against India and that he has a "desire to break Indian democracy". Her colleague S Jaishankar also went over the top, talking of a
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First Published: Feb 20 2023 | 11:18 AM IST

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