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Bengal polls: Jaya Bachchan campaigns for TMC's Aroop Biswas

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Bengal polls: Jaya Bachchan campaigns for TMC's Aroop Biswas

Bengal polls: Jaya Bachchan campaigns for TMC's Aroop Biswas

Ahead of Assembly elections for phase III in West Bengal, Samajwadi Party MP Jaya Bachchan held a roadshow in Tollygunge supporting TMC candidate Aroop Biswas.

SP led by its chief Akhilesh Yadav has pledged support to the TMC for the ongoing assembly elections in West Bengal.


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