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We want a government who wouldn't divide us on religion: Voices From Asansol

24 May 2019

First published on: April 23, 2019

At this part of our Elections 2019 focus issues, Sabrangindia met and spoke to the people of Asansol who are gearing up for elections on 29th April 2019. People from different walks of life, throw light on the kind of Government they want at the center and the core issues that are providing a hindrance to the overall development of their constituency.

 

 

We want a government who wouldn't divide us on religion: Voices From Asansol

First published on: April 23, 2019

At this part of our Elections 2019 focus issues, Sabrangindia met and spoke to the people of Asansol who are gearing up for elections on 29th April 2019. People from different walks of life, throw light on the kind of Government they want at the center and the core issues that are providing a hindrance to the overall development of their constituency.

 

 

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