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The absence of Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi-Vadra, the two star campaigners of the Congress, from the West Bengal assembly election scene has raised questions about the party’s strategy in the state. Elections to the 294 assembly seats in Bengal are being held in eight phases. By April 10, polling would be over for 135 seats in the first four phases. Yet, no member of the Gandhi family has addressed a single rally in the state so far.

This is in sharp contrast to the party’s campaigns in the other three states going to polls—Assam, Kerala and Tamil

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