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PFI wants to rally against CAA and NRC, Bengal Police did not allow
PFI wants to rally against CAA and NRC, Bengal Police did not allow

Kolkata: The West Bengal Police has categorically denied permission to the Popular Front of India (PFI) to rally against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). This organization wanted to rally in the Murshidabad district on 5 January. Sources in the West Bengal Police have said that the PFI has not been allowed to rally on its behalf.

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The special thing is that these pamphlets printed by PFI were distributed among the people and people were asked to join this rally against NRC, NPR, and CAA on 5 January. It includes the name of TMC MP Abu Tahir Khan. Although Abu Tahir says that he will now determine whether he will go to this rally or not, but PFI says that Abu Tahir and other TMC leaders had agreed to be present at his rally.

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