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Dilip Ghosh writes to Amit Shah over 'security lapses' during Nadda's visit to Bengal

IndiaTimes Thursday, 10 December 2020
Ghosh, in his letter, claimed that the "police allowed a mob of around 200 people, carrying bamboo sticks, to raise slogans, demonstrate and show black flags to Nadda" during his programme on Wednesday in Hastings area of the city.
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