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Why BJP will not hold public rallies in post-coronavirus Bihar assembly polls

IndiaTimes Friday, 15 May 2020 ()
The forthcoming assembly elections in Bihar, scheduled for October-November, may not witness the traditional style of political campaigning if the current situation arising out of novel coronavirus prevails in the country and especially in the poll-bound state. Perhaps, for the first time in the history of Indian politics, the BJP is gearing up to lead an election campaign that would be devoid of huge public rallies and meetings.
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