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Owaisi visits Bengal, discusses assembly polls with influential Muslim cleric

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AIMIM supremo Assaduddin Owaisi on Sunday arrived at Furfura Sharif in Bengal's Hooghly district and held discussions on the state's political scenario and upcoming assembly polls with prominent Muslim leader Abbas Siddiqui, sources in his party said.
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Take a look at the top political events of 2021. The first political battle in the year 2021 will be fought in the battleground West Bengal where Mamata Banerjee's TMC has been in power since a decade now. The BJP is eying to dethrone Mamata Banerjee and hoist the saffron flags. Assam Assembly polls...

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