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Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh is on tour of West Bengal as part of the BJP's effort to increase its foot print in the state. During his stay, he visited a few areas of the state to highlight pro-people schemes being run by the central government. Singh, who is in the state for past two days, held public meetings and interacted with party workers, a Chhattisgarh government official said today. He attended the 'Swacchta Program' in Midnapore. Singh also met Kailash Vijayvargiya, the BJP national general secretary and incharge of West Bengal. He had also yesterday inaugurated 'MODIFest', an event to showcase Prime Minister Narendra Modi's achievements in his three-year tenure, in Midnapore.
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