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Several BJP members join TMC ahead of third phase assembly polls in West Bengal

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Ahead of third phase of assembly polls in West Bengal, crude bombs were recovered from different parts of the state. On April 2, police found crude bombs near railway track in Jangipur and 41 country-made bombs from Padmapukur area of Bhangar police station area in South 24 Parganas district.

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