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Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh stopped from visiting cyclone-hit areas for 2nd consecutive day

IndiaTimes Sunday, 24 May 2020
Police on Sunday stopped West Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh from visiting the cyclone-ravaged areas of the East Midnapore district, the second time in two days, triggering a war of words between the saffron party and the ruling Trinamool Congress. Sources in the BJP said Ghosh was on his way to distribute relief materials, when his convoy was stopped midway in Tamluk.
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