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Army presence across West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee refuses to leave secretariat

Oneindia Friday, 2 December 2016 ()
The Chief Minister decided not to go home and instead stay put at the state secretariat to protest against the "sudden deployment" of the army near Nabanna
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News video: Army terms deployment across West Bengal as routine annual exercise

Army terms deployment across West Bengal as routine annual exercise 02:29

Kolkata, Dec 02 (ANI): The Indian Army today rubbished allegations of its personnel collecting money at toll booths across West Bengal and called them 'baseless'. Calling it a routine annual exercise, officiating General Officer Commanding (GOC) of Headquarters Bengal Area, Major General...

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