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Lalgarh issue: Left Front asks West Bengal Govt to act

Perturbed by Maoist-backed tribal attacks on CPI(M) party leaders at Lalgarh in East Midnapur district, the ruling Left Front on Wednesday asked the West Bengal Government to take immediate steps to tackle the situation.

india Updated: Jun 17, 2009 16:30 IST

Perturbed by Maoist-backed tribal attacks on CPI(M) party leaders at Lalgarh in East Midnapur district, the ruling Left Front on Wednesday asked the West Bengal Government to take immediate steps to tackle the situation.

"We have no partyman in Lalgarh at present. It is for the administration to act. Fascist terror has been unleashed
in Lalgarh and other parts by Maoists, Trinamool Congress and Congress in politics of vendetta," Left Front chairman Biman Bose told a press conference in Kolkata.

He said that partymen were even disallowed from carrying red flags in the troubled areas. Stating that the party would correct the mistakes which led to its defeat in the Lok Sabha elections, he said, "at the same time we will never bow to forces of terror."