Trinamool to complain to WB Governor about CPI(M)
Kolkata: Trinamool Congress on Saturday said it would complain to West Bengal Governor M K Narayanan and seek his intervention to look into the "attacks" on party chief Mamata Banerjee`s rally in South 24 Parganas district.
"We will complain to the Governor against the CPI(M) which is playing with human life and has created jungle raj," senior Trinamool Congress Partha Chatterjee said while
referring to "Marxist terror" at the party chief`s rally at Netrabazar yesterday.
Speaking about the clash at Haroa in North 24 Parganas yesterday, Chatterjee, who is the Leader of the Opposition, alleged that the CPI(M) had indulged in a "bloodbath."
Yesterday six persons received gunshot injuries in the clash between Trinamool Congress and CPI(M) workers at Haroa, while Banerjee and Chatterjee alleged their cars were
intercepted by "marxist cadre" while going to a rally in adjoining South 24 Parganas district.
Police and administration had been rendered totally ineffective when Marxist cadres could intercept cars of the party chief, Chatterjee said. He claimed that the CPI(M) was resorting to violence after successive electoral defeats.
Meanwhile, Trinamool Congress on Saturday formed a human chain at Esplanade "to protest the CPI(M) attacks" in Canning in South 24 Parganas and Haroa in North 24 Parganas. Traffic was disrupted for about an hour after Trinamool Congress workers blocked roads, police said.
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