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Resignations, protests and demonstrations shattered the apparent bonhomie in the Gujarat Congress after the party put out a list of 52 candidates Wednesday night.
The All India Congress Committee was forced to "withdraw" an unofficial second list of 46 candidates for the Gujarat Assembly elections, almost two hours after its reported "leak" around Wednesday midnight, to contain the damage it might have caused within factions in the party and the seat-sharing talks that are on with the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP).
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