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Watch: Amit Shah eats at rickshaw puller's house; TMC defector's 'bhatija' jibe

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Watch: Amit Shah eats at rickshaw puller's house; TMC defector's 'bhatija' jibe

Watch: Amit Shah eats at rickshaw puller's house; TMC defector's 'bhatija' jibe

Union Home Minister Amit Shah campaigned in West Bengal's Domjur on Aprli 7.

The Bharatiya Janata Party has fielded Trinamool Congress rebel Rajib Banerjee from the seat.

Banerjee accompanied Shah during the latter's roadshow.

Later, the duo eat a meal at a rickshaw-puller's house.

Banerjee also criticised Mamata Banerjee-led TMC of suppressing those who work hard in favour of 'yes men' and her nephew Abhishek.

Watch the full video for more.


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