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22 parties meet Election Commission over VVPAT tally

DNA Tuesday, 21 May 2019
The opposition parties decided to come on united platform again and call upon the Election Commission after most exit polls on May 19 predicted an easy victory for the BJP and its NDA allies and dismal performance by the regional parties and the Congress.
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