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'Sab kuch barbaad kar dia tumne': Shivraj slams Mamata over Law and order situation in WB

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'Sab kuch barbaad kar dia tumne': Shivraj slams Mamata over Law and order situation in WB

'Sab kuch barbaad kar dia tumne': Shivraj slams Mamata over Law and order situation in WB

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan slammed West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee over law and order situation in the state.

He blamed CM Banerjee for the violence in the state and said that BJP will come into power after the assembly elections.


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