Accusing CPI(M) and Trinamool Congress of playing political blame-game and doing nothing for landless farmers, Maoist leader Kishenji has said they would provide all necessary support to such peasants at Rajarhat where a luxury resort was burnt down recently.
Kishenji asserted that CPI-(Maoist)'s frontal organisations were already working on organising a movement against the government and land mafias by mobilising landless farmers' support in the area.
"Our frontal organisations are already working in the area and, if need be, we will definitely go there," Kishenji said.
"Vedic village has been given undue advantage and farmers have been forced to sell land at gun-point," he alleged. On the other hand, coming down heavily on Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee, Kishenji said, "When the state government has scrapped the IT township project where IT giants like Wipro and Infosys were involved, Mamata is demanding revival of the IT township project again."
"We will not allow this to happen," he said.