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That Prime Minister Narendra Modi and home minister Amit Shah have converted the BJP into an electoral juggernaut is fairly well known. Just how relentless that machine is became apparent just a day after the Bihar election results. No sooner had the BJP become the dominant partner in Bihar than the prime minister, in a victory rally at the party headquarters in New Delhi on November 11, trained his party’s sights on the next prize—the state of West Bengal, where elections are due in less than six months from now.

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