CPI-M leader asks people to boycott police in WB
Barasat (WB): Former minister of West Bengal and top CPI-M leader Abdur Rezzak Mollah on Saturday asked people to "socially alienate" the police for allegedly becoming the "stooge" of the ruling party.
"The police do not listen to the common people. They are following only the dictates of the ruling class. They have become stooges of the ruling political party," Mollah said during a meeting of `All India Krishak Sabha` at Goalbati in Habra.
"Why there should be police when they do not listen to the common people. The law and order does not exist in the state," he said.
"Since they don`t work for the welfare of the common people, so they should be socially ostracised," the CPI-M leader said.
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