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Opposition parties in Bihar stage protest against Nitish Kumar's 'derogatory' remark against Mahagathbandhan

Firstpost Friday, 11 January 2019 ()
Opposition parties in Bihar stage protest against Nitish Kumar's 'derogatory' remark against MahagathbandhanOpposition parties in Bihar marched to Raj Bhavan to register protest with Governor Lalji Tandon against an alleged derogatory remark of Nitish Kumar.

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