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Puducherry CM's protest enters Day 3

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Puducherry: The protest by Puducherry Chief Minister V. Narayanasamy and his five ministers outside Lt Governor Kiran Bedi's official residence entered third day on Friday.

The Congress leader and his cabinet colleagues spent Wednesday and Thursday night on the road outside the Raj Nivas. They slept on the road on a thick sheet, with blankets and without mosquito nets.

Narayanasamy began his protest on Wednesday, wearing a black shirt and black dhoti. He was protesting against Bedi for not permitting implementation of his government's welfare schemes.

 

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