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No plan to restore special category status to states: Government

IndiaTimes Thursday, 18 July 2019
There is no plan to restore special category status -- which has been scrapped by think- tank Niti Aayog -- to any state in the country, the government informed the Rajya Sabha on Thursday. Many states like Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal are still demanding that the Centre grant them special category status despite the fact that it has been scrapped.
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