In a stern warning to Trinamool Congress (TC), West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee on Saturday asked the party not to foment trouble in the state and called upon the leftist workers to give a fitting reply if TC continued to tread this path.
"After winning a few more seats in the Lok Sabha election, Trinamool Congress has become restless. They want to capture everything immediately from school committee to party office. I warn TC leaders not to go that way," the CPI (M) leader told a public meeting at the Raslila Maidan Cooch Behar.
"TC was posing as if they have conquered the world. They wanted to do whatever they like. But they cannot do that. The leftist workers will give fitting reply to them if TC continued to tread that path," he said.
He said that state's development would be stalled if peace was disturbed.
Bhattacharjee used the platform in this north Bengal town to make it clear that the state government would not allow separate Kamtapur, Greater Cooch Behar or Gorkhaland.
He urged those demanding Kamtapur or Greater Cooch Behar to come for dialogue and said he has instructed district magistrate to talk to those who wanted to come back to the mainstream.