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West Bengal Polls: Rahul Calls For Ending 34-Year-Old ‘Misrule” of CPI-M

BeyondHeadlines Correspondent

Kolkata: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi today asked the people of West Bengal to end the 34-year-old “misrule” of the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) and elect a government of “aam admi” (common man) that would bring development and prosperity to the state.

“We, the Congress and Trinamool Congress are fighting together and will give a government that will bring development to West Bengal,” Gandhi said at a public rally at Naxalbari near here in support of the Congress and Trinamool Congress candidates.

Congress party leader Manas Bhuinya garlands party's General Secretary Rahul Gandhi during an election rally. (file photo)

“We want to end the CPI(M) misrule of 34 years in the state,” Gandhi said, adding the Left Front government has taken the state backwards even as the rest of the country is advanced.

“The government should be of ‘aam admi’ (common man) and think of the welfare of the people, but here the government thinks of its own organisation and cadres first and then for the people of the state,” Gandhi said.


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