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EC has effectively held Bengal to be 'state in anarchy': Arun Jaitley

DNA Wednesday, 15 May 2019
In wake of violence between BJP and TMC workers in Kolkata during a roadshow by BJP President Amit Shah, the Election Commission (EC) cut short campaign for nine Lok Sabha seats in West Bengal by 24 hours.
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