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Violence erupts at polling station during general election in India

Violence erupts at polling station during general election in India

Violence erupted at a polling station in West Bengal, India, as stones were pelted during the 6th phase of polling on Sunday (May 12).

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Violence erupts at polling station during general election in India

Violence erupted at a polling station in West Bengal, India, as stones were pelted during the 6th phase of polling on Sunday (May 12).

Footage shows police officers chasing crowds outside a polling station in Bankura.

Huge stones can be seen scattered on the pavement following reports of clashes between BJP and TMC supporters.




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