LF partners slam Biman Bose for snide remarks
Kolkata: Left Front partners on Sunday
criticised Front chairman and veteran CPI-M leader Biman Bose
for his snide remarks against Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee,
saying personal attack was not welcome.
"Personal attack is not welcome. After the loss in the
Assembly elections, Front workers' morale is low and the
leaders should be all the more careful in choosing words,"
Forward Bloc leader Naren Chatterjee said.
Bose had made an unsavoury remark against the chief
minister when asked about the relationship between allies
Trinamool Congress and the Congress a few days ago and had to
issue a statement apologising for it within a few hours.
"Why say things for which you have to apologise? This
only brings down the morale of the workers and supporters,"
Chatterjee told a Bengali news channel.
Yesterday Bose had again claimed that Banerjee 'has
problem walking and that is why she is going to visit the
districts by car'.
Kironmoy Nanda, leader of the Socialist Party, said
that Bose should restrain himself from making such comments.
RSP leader Subhas Naskar also did not approve of
Bose's comments, saying 'such comments are not welcome and
should be rectified within his party'.