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Sisir Adhikari slams Mamata Banerjee for calling him, Suvendu Adhikari traitors

IndiaTimes Sunday, 21 March 2021
"I am going to attend the public meeting (Amit Shah's rally in Egra)," Adhikari said on being asked whether he is going to attend the BJP meet. He said that people who are calling them traitors are themselves traitors.
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