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HC says can't allow BJP rath yatra in West Bengal 'at this stage'

Rediff.com Thursday, 6 December 2018 ()
The BJP was scheduled to hold three 'rath yatras' that will start from different parts and traverse all the 42 Lok Sabha constituencies.
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