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Sporadic violence reported in third phase of Bengal polls

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Mother of a BJP worker was allegedly killed by TMC 'goons' in West Bengal. The incident was reported from poll-bound Goghat constituency in Hooghly district. This came hours before the third phase polling for assembly elections on Tuesday. BJP has alleged that Piru Adak was attacked on Monday night...

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