Congress photo exhibition on Nandigram in the city
State Congress is organising a three-day exhibition of still photographs on Nandigram mayhem at BB Ganguly Street from Thursday, reports Arindam Sarkar.kolkata Updated: Apr 18, 2007 17:23 IST
State Congress is organising a three-day exhibition of still photographs on Nandigram mayhem at BB Ganguly Street from Thursday.
The exhibition called “Akhon Nandigram” would be inaugurated by former PCC chief Somen Mitra. More than 60 photoraphs would be on display along with the Bengali, English and Hindi newspapers carrying the stories of Nandigram massacre.
The State Congress has planned to take this photo-exhibition to Delhi and other State capiof the country. The photographs show the injured, the dead, police firing at the villagers and the CPI(M) cadres on rampage in Nandigram.
“The photo-exhibition is going to give the details of how the CPI(M) and the police went about to attack and kill the innocenmt villagers of Nandigram. The exhibition will expose Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, who is the Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde of West Bengal,” said Congress leader and organiser of the exhibition Sukhendu Shekhar Roy.
Also on display would be pictures of a smoking Buddha, a disturbed Governor Gopal Krishna Gandhi and AICC president Sonia Gandhi and their staments post Nandigram.
"The photo exhibition willbe an eye-opener for the people living in the city and outside Bengal. I am sure once people see this photographs they would realise the kind of terror the CPI(M) has unleashed in Bengal," said PC working-president Pradip Bhattacharya.