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TMC, BJP supporters clash over Bengal BJP MLA's death case

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TMC, BJP supporters clash over Bengal BJP MLA's death case

TMC, BJP supporters clash over Bengal BJP MLA's death case

Following the shocking death incident of Bengal BJP MLA Debendra Nath Ray, a clash had been ignited between Trinamool Congress and BJP supporters over the 12-hour 'bandh' called by BJP.

Police have rushed to the pot to neutralize the situation between the angry supporters.

Several vehicles have been vandalised during a clash.

Bengal BJP MLA Debendra Nath Ray was found hanging on July 13.


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