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Why all parties are courting women in Bengal

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 21 May 2024
Women voters in West Bengal play a crucial role in elections, with parties offering schemes and freebies to attract them. Trinamool and BJP compete over the Lakshmir Bhandar scheme, while Congress-Left combine introduces the Mahalakshmi scheme.
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