Return of the Rani

November 2013
India Today;11/18/2013, p15
The article discusses the results of a poll on people confidence about India's Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot. The survey found that 41 per cent of people agreed that Gehlot's biggest failure is the rising crime against women in the country. The poll also indicated that 53 per cent of participants are not satisfied with Gehlot's populist measures.


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