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Buddhadeb: alienate Trinamool

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Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee

KOLKATA: Even though an increasing number of people were being able to see through the “politics of lies” of an “unruly” party like the Trinamool Congress, which was bent on “creating lawlessness wherever it can,” it was “unfortunate” that some still continued to support it. They must be persuaded against doing so “with patience,” West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee said here on Sunday.

“There is an urgent need to alienate a violent and unruly party like the Trinamool Congress from the people just as the need to alienate the Maoists in the three districts (where they have a presence in the southwest of the State) is well on its way to being met,” Mr. Bhattacharjee told a rally at Andal in Bardhaman district.

The Trinamool Congress was against the return of people back home in Maoist areas as that ran contrary to its plans of extending influence with the help of the extremists through violence. This was why the party had been demanding the withdrawal of Central forces.

“The Trinamool Congress is trying to create an atmosphere of fear and violence hoping that it will come to power through coercion and threats…”

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