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After WB govt's refusal, Calcutta HC denies permission to BJP 'rath yatra' scheduled tomorrow

DNA Thursday, 6 December 2018 ()
The Calcutta High Court on Thursday said it cannot give permission at this stage for the BJP rally in Coochbehar, scheduled to be flagged off by party president Amit Shah on Friday, after the West Bengal government refused to allow the event on the grounds that it might cause communal tension.

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