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Bargirls meet Sonia Gandhi

April 22, 2005 14:42 IST
Last Updated: April 22, 2005 14:47 IST


A group of bargirls from Mumbai on Friday met Congress president Sonia Gandhi in New Delhi and urged her to get the Maharashtra government's ban on dance bars lifted.

"We met Gandhi and sought her intervention on the Maharashtra government's decision to ban dance bars. We sought her intervention to direct the government in the state to withdraw its order," Bharatiya Bargirls Union chief Varsha Kale told reporters after the meeting.

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