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Congress’ misplaced confidence after Bharat Jodo Yatra is spurring it to say no to BRS leader

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Congress spurning BRS leader Kavitha’s invitation to join the protests for women’s reservation bill reflects its newfound, misplaced confidence after Bharat Jodo Yatra. Not wanting to align with regional rivals would make sense but for its inconsistencies in choosing partners — Left for one. Congress needs to sort out its priorities.

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