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Calcutta High Court cancels BJP rath yatra in West Bengal

DNA Friday, 7 December 2018 ()
Calcutta High Court cancels BJP rath yatra in West BengalThe Cooch Behar district superintendent of police in his report at the court on Thursday had says that the rally may lead to communal disturbances
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