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India bans firebrand Hindu from vote campaign for anti-Muslim comment

Reuters Monday, 15 April 2019
India's election commission on Monday banned a firebrand Hindu nationalist state chief minister from campaigning for three days to stop him stoking hatred between religious communities in a divisive election that will end next month.
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