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Who is a non-vegetarian and a vegetarian, know about these popular leaders of India

FILMI LIFE : Today, some people like to eat non-vegetarian and some like to eat vegetarian food. But today we will tell you about those leaders of India. Which of them are non-vegetarian and who like to eat vegetarian food.

Who is a non-vegetarian and a vegetarian, know about these popular leaders of India
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1. Narendra Modi

Prime Minister of our country, Shri Narendra Modi has not eaten non-vegetarian food till date. He is a pure vegetarian eater. He likes gujrati food more. Kichadi is their favorite food.

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2 . A P J Abdul Kalam 

Kalam Saheb, despite being a Muslim, was a pure vegetarian, he never ate non-vegetarian food. He loved eating vegetarian and ate vegetarian food throughout his life.

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3. Lalu Prasad Yadav

Lalu Yadav likes to eat chicken the most. According to the report, Lalu ji's astrologer has forbidden him from eating non-veg. After which he has a vegetarian meal today.

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4. Yogi Adityanath

Yogi Adityanath eats pure vegetarian food. Who also stop the sale of chicken mutton in their state.

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5. Rahul Gandhi

Rahul Gandhi likes to eat chicken and mutton the most. Whose favorite food is Tandoori Chicken. Who ever eat vegetarian food.

Friends, what are the disadvantages of non-vegetarian food. Please tell us your opinion by commenting.

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Faffy

what????? They are PURE Non veg. Animals are not enough for them, humans are more delicious for them. That's why we common people are struggling.

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Mandy Kaur

all are blood suckers of normal public. plz write that too.

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Duggu

baat aase Kar rahe hai jese modi ki thali Roz yahi log lagate hai........ rubbish news

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