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Mamata Banerjee rushed to SSKM Hospital in Kolkata after she suffers injury in Nandigram. Stay tuned for latest news live updates.

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BS Web Team  | New Delhi 


News Live Updates: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee alleged on Wednesday that she was attacked by "four-five men" who manhandled her during the election campaign in Nandigram, because of which she was injured in the left leg. The incident happened around 6.15 pm when Banerjee was about to leave Birulia area near Reyapara after praying at a local temple.Banerjee alleged that she was pushed by four-five men while she was trying to get into the car, following which fell flat on her face. The chief minister said that her leg got swollen because of the injury and she was feeling feverish, besides having chest pain. Banerjee was rushed to Kolkata's SSKM Hospital. Governor Jagdeep DHankar also arrived at the hospital to pay her a visit.

on Tuesday announced that MP Tirath Singh Rawat will be the new chief minister of . The announcement came a day after he submitted his resignation to Governor Baby Rani Maurya paving the way for leadership change in the state. Several MLAs and some ministers had complained about the style of governance of the Chief Minister to the party leadership. 

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US President will meet with the leaders of the Quad -- India, Australia and Japan -- countries through a videoconference at the end of the workweek, White House spokesperson Jen Psaki said. "On Friday morning, President Biden will meet virtually with his counterparts in the Quad -- Prime Minister (Yoshihide) Suga of Japan, Prime Minister (Narendra) Modi of India and Prime Minister (Scott) Morrison of Australia, formed in the aftermath of the 2004 tsunami and formalized in 2007," Psaki said.



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First Published: Wed, March 10 2021. 06:37 IST