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WB can go the Bihar way if polls are free: BJP

November 22, 2005 21:40 IST

Buoyed up by Janata Dal (United)-Bharatiya Janata Party alliance's victory in neighbouring Bihar, BJP's West Bengal unit said on Tuesday the state would go the Bihar way if the coming assembly election is held in a free and fair manner under the President's Rule.

The result of the just-concluded Bihar assembly poll clearly indicates that if election is held in a free and fair manner under the central rule in West Bengal too, Trinamool Congress-BJP combine would capture power under the leadership of Mamata Banerjee, General Secretary of West Bengal unit Rahul Sinha told reporters in Kolkata.

He said a state BJP delegation, led by the party's central observer Rajnath Singh, would urge President A P J Abdul Kalam early in December that the coming assembly election in West Bengal be held under central rule.

Bihar Elections 2005: Complete Coverage



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Sub: 'Biharway forWB if polls free.'

Yes! I fully agree with sinha if West bengal is placed under president rule and the election commission is functioning like in the case of ...


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Sub: WB should be added in the BIMARU(Bihar, MP, Raj and UP) States

I believe West Bengal should also be added into BIMARU list. Here the communists are destroying the state and killing all the voices who raise ...


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