Watch / Priyank Tripathi / Acid

#Exclusive #Breaking | TIMES NOW brings you another SUPER SCOOP. Watch: Priyank Tripathi reports from AAP councillor @tahirhussain009s  'riot' factory. 'Acid packets' have been found in the factory. Earlier, TIMES NOW discovered petrol bombs & stones from the factory terrace.

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