Targeting the Centre, West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday again alleged it was trying to interfere in the affairs of the state through its agencies and reiterated that there was a conspiracy to dismiss her government which was running well.
The chief minister, during the one-day special session to pass the budget, however, did not clarify which forces were conspiring for the dismissal of her government.
Banerjee who was critical of the erstwhile CPI(M)-led Left Front and the present UPA government alleged that efforts were were being made to foment trouble in the Darjeeling hills and former Maoist stronghold of junglemahal where peace was prevailing since her government came to power.
Referring to the just-concluded five-phase panchayat elections in the state, she said that Murshidabad and Malda districts had witnessed the maximum poll violence and asked why a central minister resorted to goondaism.
A general diary had been lodged, she said.
She said that those during whose time the state had witnessed terror were now raising a hue and cry about it when there was no bogus voting and democracy had returned in the state.
Banerjee also lashed out at some CPI(M) leaders who she alleged had sought to incite violence through provocative speeches prior to the third phase of the violence-marred panchayat polls held on July 19.
Speaker Biman Banerjee told her that she could not name the leaders since they were not members of the House and the remarks were expunged.