CPI(M) urged to take action against 'Trinamool terror'
The CPI(M) North 24-Parganas district committee today complained to Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee of armed terror by the Trinamool Congress against CPI(M) leaders and supporters and urged him to take action.kolkata Updated: Oct 26, 2010 20:27 IST
The CPI(M) North 24-Parganas district committee on Tuesday complained to Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee of armed terror by the Trinamool Congress against CPI(M) leaders and supporters and urged him to take action.
A former CPI(M) MP Amitava Nandi, who was in the delegation, told reporters that CPI(M) cadre and supporters were rendered homeless at Harwa, Minakha, Sasan and other places by armed Trinamool Congress workers.
The chief minister was urged to arrest them and seized arms from them, Nandi said.
Another former CPI(M) MP Tarit Topadar made allegations of land grab and arson against the Trinamool Congress in the district.
When an all-party meeting was called for peace in the district, all parties except the Trinamool Congress joined it.
"It proves the involvement of Trinamool Congress in unleashing terror," they said.
The chief minister assured them of looking into the matter, they said.
The party would organise a peace procession in the district.
The delegation included Transport Minister Ranjit Kundu, Self Help Group and Self Employment Minister Rekha Goswami and MLA Rabin Mondal.