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EC to visit poll-bond Assam, West Bengal next week

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 13 January 2021 ()
Deputy Election Commissioner Sudip Jain is already in West Bengal to meet officials. This is Jain's second visit to West Bengal. Another EC official is in Assam to take stock of the situation there. "The two would brief the Commission on Friday and the Commission would visit Assam and West Bengal in that order early next week," a functionary said.
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