West Bengal Governor breaks down before media during Nandigram visit
The Morning Standard|May 16, 2021
WEST Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar broke down while speaking to the media after visiting violence-hit areas of Nandigram on Saturday.
PRANAB MONDAL

“Where have I come? I can’t believe what I have experienced. Democracy never permits such violence. I have never heard of such violence after elections,’’ he said at Nandigram’s Kendamari.

Dhankhar visited the areas where the BJP says the TMC workers unleashed violence.

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