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Clean campaign

A. Roy Chowdhury

A Kolkata municipal worker is seen cleaning the piled-up garbage. West Bengal is facing a severe attack by viruses of malaria, dengue and other mysterious fevers.

The Government is trying hard to provide adequate medical support along with proper civic services.

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