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Calcutta high court order slap in face of those who crossed all limits to woo Muslim votes: PM Modi

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 22 May 2024
Prime Minister Narendra Modi criticized the opposition for "appeasement politics" after the Calcutta high court struck down OBC status for Muslims in West Bengal. Modi and BJP's Amit Malviya condemned CM Mamata Banerjee's defiance of the court ruling, accusing her of constitutional violations and prioritizing political gains over lawful governance.
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