October 24, 2008

Biman Basu warns people of ‘unholy’ opposition

Kolkata, October 22: CPI(M) state secretary and Left Front chairman Biman Basu said on Wednesday “unholy” powers are trying to destabilise West Bengal.
Referring to Trinamool Congress agitation in Cooch Behar, Maoist blast in West Midnapore and Gorkha Janamukti Morcha (GJM) agitation in Darjeeling, Basu asked people to fight unitedly against such powers.

“Unholy opposition forces are creating a dangerous situation in the state. Trinamool Congress in Cooch Behar, Maoists in West Midnapore and GJM in Darjeeling — all of them are trying to create anarchy in the state. There are attacks, intimidations and murders. The democratic environment in the state is being destroyed by their acts,” Basu said.

“We have asked supporters of Left Front in Darjeeling to maintain calm and peace,” he added.
Referring to Maoist blasts in West Midnapore, he said: “The Naxals are attacking doctors and nurses in medical camp meant for the poor. People should understand their motives.”

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