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Ex-Chief Minsiter Anuwara Taimur from Cong(I)

Ex-Chief Minister Anuara Timur has resigned from Congress(I) in protest of not getting party ticket and joined in Tinamul Congress. At a press conference taimur told about congress high command's denial of party ticket in coming Assembly election. So she resigned and joined in Tinamul Congress.

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