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Its turn for Mamata

After Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi, now its turn for Mamata Banerjee to hold huge rally in Guwahati.

The Trinamool Congress president is holding a rally in the city on Wednesday to woo the voters in the run up to the Lok Sabha polls.

TMC leaders told Assam Times that the West Bengal Chief Minister will hold a rally at Sarusajai in the afternoon.

She is scheduled to land in Borjhar Airport at 2 in the afternoon to address the rally at 3 in the afternoon.

Apart from it, she will hold a party meeting in the afternoon.          

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