RSS Ideologue J Nandakumar Opens Up About Kerala’s Politics | India Today Conclave South 2021

Speaking at India Today Conclave South 2021 over Building One India: How to Bridge the North-South Divide, RSS ideologue J Nandakumar expressed his views. He speaks about the way of Kerala Politics. Watch full bulletin.
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