ALSO READCongress, Left to table no-confidence motion against Bengal Speaker Opp to bring no-confidence against WB speaker Panchayat poll: TMC asks workers to propagate developmental Opposition scared to face me, hear my government's answers: Mamata Biman Bose says D Litt on Mamata raises several questions
Seventeen Left parties on Wednesday called a six-hour general strike in West Bengal on April 13 to protest the violence across rural areas by alleged activists of the ruling Trinamool Congress to prevent opposition candidates from filing nomination for next month's Panchayat polls.
The CBSE exam scheduled for the day has been exempted from the strike.
"There is no question of obstructing the students," Bose said.
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