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Campaign ends for bypolls to 18 Assembly seats in TN

Campaign ends for bypolls to 18 Assembly seats in TN

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Chennai, Apr 16 (UNI) The campaigning for the byelections to 18 Assembly seats, which also goes to the polls along with 39 Lok Sabha seats on April 18, ended on Tuesday evening.
This would be the first time, a sort of 'mini' election was being held along with the Parliamentary seats, when polling would be simultaneously to fill 18 of the 22 Assembly seats.

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