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CAA: WB CM backs student protestors; Guv concerned over campus 'violence'

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CAA: WB CM backs student protestors; Guv concerned over campus 'violence'

CAA: WB CM backs student protestors; Guv concerned over campus 'violence'

West Bengal Chief Minister led another protest against the Citizenship Law.

Mamata Banerjee's latest protest was held in Purulia.

Meanwhile, West Bengal Governor, Jagdeep Dhankar also commented on CAA protests.

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