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'Will see you on battlefield': Suvendu Adhikari welcomes Mamata's decision to contest from Nandigram

IndiaTimes Friday, 5 March 2021
BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari on Friday "welcomed" West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee's decision to contest the upcoming elections from his home turf of Nandigram and asserted that the TMC supremo will "lose and leave" on May 2 when the results are declared. Mamata today released list of 291 TMC candidates and announced to contest from Nandigram instead of Bhawanipore.
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While speaking to ANI, BJP chief JP Nadda on April 13 said, "She (Mamata Banerjee) can go (to Cooch Behar), it's democracy but she said nothing about Anand Burman, a 22-yr-old youth who was killed. We spoke about everyone, the four people who were killed, Anand Burman, and even the Bihar SHO who was beaten to death in Uttar Dinajpur. She is the CM but she said nothing. She looks at everything through the glasses of politics. We look at society from a development point of view and we speak of taking everyone together."

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