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Nandigram and Singur are coming once more in limelight for wrong reasons.Why is Central or State Govt. silent about it?Are they scared about Mamta?

Asked by darna kyon, 10 Aug '08 08:42 pm
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All the rightist forces want the left front out of power. Anything which causes problem for the left, whether it is in favour or against common people, the Central Govt, Governor, Media, so called NGO's, etc. team up.
In Singur, Mamta is demanding that 400 acres (god knows how she arrived at the figure) scattered all over the factory site be returned to the unwilling farmers. Her only aim is to disrupt all the developmental works in Bengal.
Now she wants to talk to Tatas. I do not know what would be the outcome. Who will want to invest in a state where the investor has to face extreme harassment and plead with the opposition leader or make him/her happy.
In Nandigram her intention is more dangerous. We have seen how her armed brothers took the help of so called "Maoists" to kill the ruling party supporters, drive their family members out of their homes, loot and burn their houses, cut all the roads connected to the places, prevent police or administrators to visit the ...more
Answered by Ajoy Sen, 10 Aug '08 09:10 pm

 
  
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How do you say so? All left minded people have voted to Mamta in the recent Panchayet election and seated them in power. They are afraid because they have
done wrong at those places and do not want to accept it. Tata's are always welcome to make industry but they are doing politics also which has harmed many people.
Answered by prabirbaran sarkar, 10 Aug '08 08:50 pm

 
  
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Since cpm has lost few seats in recent local panchyat elections which has annoyed to her as they want to control the state by any means including violence. mamta is fightingalone but congress and bjp are giving moral supports things will continue in turmoil in these places.
Answered by Ramesh Agarwal, 10 Aug '08 10:45 pm

 
  
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It is unfortunate that W. Bengal has a leader of such a nature, who to fulfill her dream to grab CM's chair can get people killed, get their houses burnt, instigate to create trouble so that police resort to firing so that she can play politics on those dead bodies, destroy property of the state, stall all the developmental works of the state.
Long live such a destructive leader, so that she can rule the state with blood-stained hands.
Answered by KALA BHAINS, 10 Aug '08 09:18 pm

 
  
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