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05 February 2019 Current Events Mamta Banerjee says Dharna will continue till Friday

The Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamta Banerjee who is sitting on a Dharna since Sunday said that her Dharna will continue till Friday. Mamta Banerjee is sitting on Dharna in the Esplanade area at the Metro Channel. She has chosen Friday to end the Dharna keeping in view the upcoming board exams. DMK MP Kanimozhi and RJD Leader Tejashwi Yadav had shown their support to Banerjee by arriving at the venue on Monday.


Mamta Banerjee says Dharna will continue till Friday

The Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamta Banerjee who is sitting on a Dharna since Sunday said that her Dharna will continue till Friday. Mamta Banerjee is sitting on Dharna in the Esplanade area at the Metro Channel. She has chosen Friday to end the Dharna keeping in view the upcoming board exams. DMK MP Kanimozhi and RJD Leader Tejashwi Yadav had shown their support to Banerjee by arriving at the venue on Monday.




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