Published Jan 08 2011 by Topnews.in


Trinamool cooperated with Maoists in Nandigram: Party MP

Kolkata, Jan 8 : Embarrassing his party yet again, singer-turned-Trinamool Congress MP Kabir Suman has claimed in his recent book that the Trinamool and Maoists were hand in glove during the Nandigram land agitation in 2007.

In his just released book "Nishaner Naam Tapasi Malik" (Tapasi Malik...

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"I don't remember any such thing and I have never met Prasun Chattopadhyay and Raja Sarkel. I don't even know them" Roy told IANS
"In that meeting, Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee along with leaders like Shovandeb Chatterjee and Sougata Roy, activists like Prasun Chattopadhyay and Raja Sarkhel were also present. Both (Chattopadhyay and Sarkhel) are now behind bars under the draconian law Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA)" Suman writes
"On Nov 6, 2007 a meeting of Krishi Jomi Raksha Committee (Save Farmland Committee) was held at the Trinamool headquarters Trinamool Bhavan after fresh violence erupted at Nandigram. The onslaught and violence was perpetuated by CPI-M" he writes

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