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Rupani gets a makeoverÂ

The CM goes back to the land and targets corruption to overhaul his image.

The reduced tally of 99 Vidhan Sabha seats appears to have prompted a major course correction by Gujarat chief minister Vijay Rupani. In his second term, Rupani is keen to project himself as a reformer and is taking measures to curb corruption and improve his

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