By Staff Reporter
Union Home Minister Amit Shah has formed the committee of seven ministers and BJP leaders for the assembly elections in West Bengal.
He is the third leader from Madhya Pradesh, after Vijayvargiya and Menon, to be sent to Bengal.
Vijayvargiya also targeted Congress leaders including Rahul Gandhi and Digvijaya Singh.
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