Friday, August 17, 2012
CM Has to Solve Hill Crisis Herself: State Congress Leaders
MALDA, 11 JUNE: State Congress leaders today said that Congress would not participate in any all party meeting to find a solution to the recent crisis emerged after the publication of Justice Shyamal Sen Committee on inclusion of areas into GTA. They said that the chief minister (CM) Mamata Banerjee herself has to find the solution as it was she who claimed to have solved the crisis in hill.
Berhampore MP Adhir Choudhury and state Congress spokesman Nirbed Roy sternly criticized the Trinamul Congress and the CM Mamata Banerjee for her ‘dictatorial’ attitude in running state administrations. Chowdhury said, “We too want that peace prevails at hills. Union home minister P Chidambaram showed good gestures in participating in the tripartite treaty over the GTA. It was then resolved that the report of Justice Sen Committee would be binding upon all. Hence, the state government must act accordingly.” “But whatever is to be done, the CM has to do herself,” Chowdhury added.
Roy said that he differed from the state Congress president Pradip Bhattacharya regarding participating in any all party meeting to resolve the recent crisis at hill. “It cannot happen that Trinamul would always ensure its profit and only at the time of crisis Congress would have to take its share. CM claimed that it was she alone who had solved the problem. So, if anything goes wrong now, she has to stop that,” Roy said.
The leaders today participated in a ‘Chintan Shibir’ organized by the Youth Congress at Gazole which was attended by more than 2000 Congress workers from all blocks of the district. Congress MPs AH Khan Choudhury (Dalu) and Mausam Noor were present to.
Chowdhury said, “Trinamul government within only one year has exceeded in 34 year long reign of terror of the Left Front. Trinamul would desperately exploit police and money to win panchayet election and the Congress workers must go all out to thwart the Trinamul’s design.”
Making a straight attack on the CM, Chowdhury said, “Now, there are two railway ministers – Mukul Roy and Mamata Banerjee. Whatever the projects are being inaugurated were financed by the Union government and CM is claiming those to be theirs.”
“Rapid comment of the CM on any issue most of which are being proved to be wrong later has only exposed the administrative weaknesses of the state government,” the Berhampore MP said. Challenging Mamata Banerjee, he said, “Without making empty threats, Trinamul should show guts by resigning from the Union ministry or withdrawing support.”