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Roads, trains blocked as Bengal protests against citizenship law continue

Internet services remained suspended in six districts of state after protests against citizenship law.

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Citizenship Bill | Mamata Banerjee

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 



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West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Benerjee during Lok Sabha election campaign in Visakhapatnam, Sunday, March 31, 2019. Photo: PTI

Protesters blocked trains and roads in parts of West Bengal on Monday as the state braced for the fourth day of unrest against India’s new citizenship law,

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First Published: Mon, December 16 2019. 10:42 IST

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