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Bhubaneswar Kalita resigns from Congress to protest party's stand on Article 370

IndiaTimes Monday, 5 August 2019
Senior Congress leader Bhubaneswar Kalita on Monday resigned from the party and also quit his Rajya Sabha membership to protest the party's opposition to scrapping of Article 370. The Congress has slammed the move calling it a "black day" in the country's constitutional history.
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