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When blood becomes jelly ...

A mother wearing blue-colored sari is lying on the ground. The chalk around the box, because the game was being played there. The mother was lying on the ground like helpless, but no one came to pick her up. It was clearly seen in the pictures, people around the safe (!) Distance Mother's head was a little bit tilted, covered in the ground, insulted or abusive-knows!
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Prothom Alo, 125 days ago

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