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Shah, Mamata end Nandigram campaign with battle of rallies

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 30 March 2021 ()
A battle of roadshows brought the curtain down on the high-octane campaign in Nandigram on Tuesday, with Union home minister Amit Shah targeting Mamata Banerjee for her “silence” on the fatal assault on a BJP worker's octogenarian mother. The Bengal CM hit back by mocking him for "trying to break Trinamool", only to end up stoking dissension in BJP over poll tickets.
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