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Special category status for Bihar will be JD(U)'s main agenda in Assembly polls: Bashishtha Singh

IndiaTimes Monday, 20 May 2019
JD(U) state president Bashishtha Narain Singh on Monday said the demand of special category status for Bihar would be main agenda of his party during the forthcoming assembly election slated to be held in October- November, 2020. He also said if any provision(s) of the Union government comes under the way of granting special status to Bihar, the Centre should immediately take necessary step to make amendment in such provision.
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