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Sending copy of Ramayan to Mamata Banerjee: MP Protem Speaker

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Sending copy of Ramayan to Mamata Banerjee: MP Protem Speaker

Sending copy of Ramayan to Mamata Banerjee: MP Protem Speaker

Protem Speaker of Madhya Pradesh's Assembly Rameshwar Sharma is going to send a copy of Ramayan to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, speaking on this he said, 'Agar aap Ram bolne se chukengi to apka Jai Shri Ram ho jayega'.

"Mamata Didi, are you not chanting Jai Shri Ram due to pressure from extremists?

Agar aap Ram bolne se chukengi to apka Jai Shri Ram ho jayega," said Sharma.


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