“Every time he would mention it, there would be an audible gasp from the audience, especially from the section where women voters were sitting. And often there were more women than men at his rallies. He would appeal to them saying, ‘I am your brother, I am your son, vote for me and I will look after your interests’,” Mr Mehta says.
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