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Audiotape controversy: Mamata says her phone was tapped | Oneindia News

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Audiotape controversy: Mamata says her phone was tapped | Oneindia News

Audiotape controversy: Mamata says her phone was tapped | Oneindia News

Creating a fresh controversy, the BJP had on Friday released an audiotape in which West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee can purportedly be heard proposing a rally with the bodies of the 5 firing victims of Cooch Behar.

Mamata Banerjee has now alleged that her phone is being tapped.

#Audiotape #Controversy #PhoneTapping


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