3 more dead in post-poll violence in Bengal: TMC, BJP blame each other
Tuesday, 11 June 2019 (
2 weeks ago)
At least three persons were killed in post-poll violence incidents in West
Bengal in last 24 hours even as both the ruling Trinamool Congress and the BJP blamed each other for these killings with chief minister Mamata Banerjee claiming that the saffron party was "planning to turn Bengal into Gujarat" but she will not allow it to ...
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