Crude Bombs, Lathicharge In Bengal, Minister Wants Central Forces To Stay

Crude Bombs, Lathicharge In Bengal, Minister Wants Central Forces To Stay
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Crude bombs, lathicharge and claims of attacks from candidates came from Bengal as polling is being held today on nine of the state’s 42 Lok Sabha seats and one assembly seat in the last round of elections. Union Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has called for the presence of Central forces in the state till the counting of votes gets over. Bengal sends the second highest number of members to the Lok Sabha after Uttar Pradesh. The state is voting in all seven phases of elections and violence was reported during every round.

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