PM Modi congratulates Mamata Banerjee on taking oath as West Bengal chief minister.

PTI | New Delhi | Updated: 05-05-2021 11:39 IST | Created: 05-05-2021 11:39 IST
PM Modi congratulates Mamata Banerjee on taking oath as West Bengal chief minister.

PM Modi congratulates Mamata Banerjee on taking oath as West Bengal chief minister.

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