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At Chautala family get-together, Ajay and Abhay feed each other

Videos of Ajay Chautala and Abhay Chautala, estranged sons of INLD president and former Haryana CM O P Chautala, meeting amicably, sharing drinks from the same glass and feeding each other from the same plate went viral on social media.

By: Express News Service | Chandigarh |
October 29, 2019 2:25:34 am
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Putting aside their differences and political ideologies, members of the Chautala clan Monday met at the family’s farmhouse in Sirsa district’s Teja Khera.

Videos of Ajay Chautala and Abhay Chautala, estranged sons of INLD president and former Haryana CM O P Chautala, meeting amicably, sharing drinks from the same glass and feeding each other from the same plate went viral on social media. Ajay and Abhay were also seen feeding Dushyant and Digvijay.

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This was the second time the two brothers met in the last one year after INLD expelled Ajay and his sons Dushyant and Digvijay from the party.

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Ajay and Abhay had met a few months ago after the death of their mother Sneh Lata.

“The Chautala clan, as part of its tradition… gets together at Teja Khera farmhouse every year on the day after Diwali. Today was no exception. Whatever their political differences may be, the family makes it a point to greet each other on this occasion,” said a source close to the Chautala family.

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