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BJP's central election committee to meet tomorrow, likely to release first list of Lok Sabha candidates

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi, party president Amit Shah and other top BJP leaders will attend the central election committee meeting.
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▶ Priyanka Gandhi Vadra addresses Rally for the first time in Ahmedabad | Oneindia News 02:20

CWC Meeting, The Congress Working Committee is all set to kick start it's campaign for the Lok Sabha Election as well as have a brainstorming session in Ahmedabad, to give a final shape to the party's election strategy. Priyanka Gandhi Vadra also addressed the Rally for the first time and shared her...

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