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WB polls: EC bans Dilip Ghosh for 24 hrs from campaigning

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WB polls: EC bans Dilip Ghosh for 24 hrs from campaigning

WB polls: EC bans Dilip Ghosh for 24 hrs from campaigning

Election Commission imposed a 24-hour ban on West Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh from election campaigning for making "highly provocative and inciteful remarks".

Ghosh's ban will be valid till April 16.

The eight-phase Bengal Assembly elections will conclude on April 29.


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