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In a first, EC invokes Article 324 to curtail campaigning in West Bengal following TMC-BJP violence in Kolkata

Firstpost Wednesday, 15 May 2019
In a first, the Election Commission ordered campaigning in nine West Bengal constituencies to end at 10 pm on Thursday, a day before its scheduled deadline, in the wake of violence between BJP and TMC workers in Kolkata
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The Election Commission on Wednesday ordered to ban poll campaign in West Bengal following violence in Kolkata. Earlier, violence broke during the roadshow of BJP president Amit Shah. TMC and BJP blamed each other for causing violence.

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