'Very Sad' Singh's Family Gets Divided Between BJP, Congress

May 2014
Desi Talk;5/2/2014, Vol. 18 Issue 18, p15
The article reports on the disappointment of Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh regarding the decision of his step brother Daljit Sing Kohli to join the Baharatiya Janata Party (BJP).


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