Assembly elections 2021: Rahul Gandhi may not be able to skip Bengal for long
Congress member Rahul Gandhi, who has till now avoided ‘Battlefield West Bengal’ for practical reasons and political correctness, may find that the coming week may force a change in his approach. “It is unlikely that while the entire BJP camps in West Bengal after April 6, the former Congress chief will sit at home for five phases. It is almost certain that he will visit Bengal finally,” a senior Congress functionary said.
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