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WB elections: HM Shah holds roadshow in WB's Kalimpong

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WB elections: HM Shah holds roadshow in WB's Kalimpong

WB elections: HM Shah holds roadshow in WB's Kalimpong

Ahead of the fifth phase of West Bengal state Assembly elections 2021, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah will hold series of rallies and roadshows in state today.

HM Amit Shah held a roadshow in Kalimpong on April 12.

People in large numbers thronged the site to get a glimpse of the leader.

5th phase of West Bengal elections will be held on April 17.


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