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Legalised cattle trade the answer?
Speakers at a seminar in Kolkata has advised legalising cattle trade between India and Bangladesh, saying most border killings happen when security forces try to stop cattle smugglers. Do you think that will help?
Yes - 23%
No - 77%
Total number of votes: 71
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