As Trinamool Cong ministers resign, PM expresses sadness

As Trinamool Cong ministers resign, PM expresses sadness

Mumbai : India | Sep 21, 2012 at 5:02 AM PDT
Source: Indian Express
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The Ministers Mukul Roy, Sudip Bandhyopadhay, Sultan Ahmed, Sougata Roy, Sisir Adhikary and C M Jatua went to the Prime Minister's 7, Race Course Road residence to submit their resignations. While receiving the resignation letters, the Prime Minister said he was "sad" that they were quitting, Bandhyopadhay... FULL ARTICLE AT Indian Express
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