Singur talks to resume on Sunday
The 2nd round of talks being mediated by West Bengal Governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi to find a solution to dispute over the land allotted for Nano project ended inconclusively on Saturday.Updated: Sep 06, 2008, 23:07 IST
The second round of talks being mediated by West Bengal Governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi to find a solution to the 28-month dispute over the land allotted to Tata Motors' Nano project at Singur ended inconclusively in Kolkata on Saturday.
"I am not saying it was negative," said Partho Chattopadhyay, senior leader of Trinamool Congress that is spearheading the agitation and wants the government to return 400 acres out of 997.11 acres acquired for the project and ancillary units.
"The talks will resume tomorrow," he added emerging from the meeting at the official residence of the governor that was also attended by the representatives of the West Bengal government.
His colleagues said progress was being made.