Supreme Court / Lutyens / Ow’S Harish Nair

#Breaking | Supreme Court slams the Lutyens lobby that quoted foreign media to spread misinformation about J&K. ‘Misinformation is being spread, no minor is being detained', says the SC. TIMES NOW’s Harish Nair with details. Listen in.

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