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INLD, Cong supporters clash in Narwana
February 03, 2005 17:50 IST
Supporters of the Congress and the Indian National Lok Dal were involved in a minor clash in Karamgarh area of Narwana assembly on Thursday.
However, officials in Narwana claim the situation was under control and no one was injured.
The commotion took place when the Congress and INLD workers started shouting at each other following a minor altercation.
Haryana Chief Minister Om Prakash Chautala and Haryana Congress working president Randeep Singh Surjewala are contesting from Narwana.
Meanwhile, a good turnout of voters in rural as well as urban areas has been reported from the constituency.
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