Gen-Z On 'Dalbadlus' Of Indian Politics

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 'Aaya Ram, Gaya Ram', a common Hindi expression used to refer to turncoats/ 'dalbadlus' of Indian politics, is something that was the highlight of almost every major party's candidates' list in these Lok Sabha elections. NDTV's Arun Singh spoke to youngsters about how they feel about politicians hopping their ideologies. 

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