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Poll violence will end in Bengal after BJP comes to power: Amit Shah

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Poll violence will end in Bengal after BJP comes to power: Amit Shah

Poll violence will end in Bengal after BJP comes to power: Amit Shah

Union Home Minister and BJP leader Amit Shah promised that political and poll-related violence will end in Bengal after BJP comes to power in West Bengal.

"Except for this one incident (Sitalkuchi), elections in West Bengal have been conducted peacefully so far.

I promise that after BJP comes to power here political and poll-related violence will end in Bengal," said HM Shah.


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