Modi is the biggest reason I joined politics. Sports my biggest priority: Gautam Gambhir
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Updated: 04 May, 2019 11:20 AM

Modi is the biggest reason I joined politics. Sports my top most priority: Gautam Gambhir

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BJP contestant Gautam Gambhir on spat with Mehbooba Mufti, Narendra Modi's leadership, plans for Delhi and what he wants to do for sports if elected.

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