Monday, November 19, 2007

CPI(M) Cadres to dislodge Maoists

Statesman News Service
DUBRAJPUR, Nov. 18: The Birbhum district CPI-M conference ended with the resolution to dislodge the Maoists through reaching the hearts of the common people by campaigning and developing awareness among the mass of the undemocratic force.

Confirming the Maoist link in the entire Birbhum-Jharkhand bordering areas, the CPI-M district committee secretary, Mr Dilip Ganguly, said: "In the recent past, we have noticed a rise in Maoist activities in the bordering areas responsible for the deteriorating law-and-order
situation. They are trying to dislodge us by force and Opposition parties, mainly the Trinamul Congress, are giving them shelter, thus flaring up the situation here".

"We have already identified some NGOs on Birbhum-Jharkhand borders which are helping them. In the 19th district conference, we have resolved to fight against these forces through developing mass awareness", said Mr Ganguly.

Mr Ganguly also said the Maoists are working as agents of the Opposition parties.
He also alleged that in recent times, two Maoists were arrested from Rampurhat and Jharkhand border areas, but in both cases the Trinamul Congress claimed that they were their party supporters.

Mr Ganguly also said that the party members have resolved to develop this district in every aspect like education, health, agriculture and industry and likewise several resolutions have been taken in the district conference.

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