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Choose BJP, we'll form SIT and send people who oppressed Gorkhas behind bars: HM Shah

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Choose BJP, we'll form SIT and send people who oppressed Gorkhas behind bars: HM Shah

Choose BJP, we'll form SIT and send people who oppressed Gorkhas behind bars: HM Shah

Ahead of fifth phase of West Bengal Assembly elections, Union Home Minister Amit Shah held a roadshow at Kalimpong on Apr 12 and appealed people to choose 'lotus govt' to get justice.

Slamming CM Mamata Banerjee, HM Shah said, "Kalimpong suffered for years.

In 1986, CPM oppressed you, over 1200 Gorkhas lost lives.

You were not given justice.

When Didi came, she took lives of several Gorkhas.

You were not given justice.

Choose 'lotus govt', we'll form SIT and send them behind bars."


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