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[email protected] sends out stern warning to e-commerce giant, Amazon, for allegedly selling doormats with Indian flag #ITVideo

Posted 11 months ago in OTHER

Abhishek Bhardwaj 11 months ago

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Dorairaj Anandaraj 11 months ago

It is savage terror warning like fanatic. Gov has right to demand to stop selling. Warning of blocking visa. arresting are savage acts of Sushma.

Sk Gaura 11 months ago

U cannot do this amazn it's stupid

Rose Chhetri 11 months ago

Amozon is great job they did.

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