Tuesday, December 25, 2012
Subhendu Adhikary Claims TMC’s Superiority in Congress Bastions
Malda, November 28, 2012: State Trinamul Youth Congress (TMYC) president Subhendu Adhikary today claimed that Trinamul Congress would emerge as the first political force in three districts of middle Bengal – Murshidabad, Malda and North Dinajpur. Political observers believe that Trinamul leadership is now bent to give a blow to the Congress in their bastions in three districts. Adhikary sternly criticized the CPI-M, Congress and a section of media for having indulged in false campaign against the ruling party in the state.
“In Murshidabad seven Zilla Parishad members including former sabhadhipati Siddiqa Begum have chosen to join the Trinamul. The Congress MLA of Rezinagar Humayun Kabir too resigned and joined the Trinamul as an important minister as he realized that it’s only Mamata Banerjee who is dedicated to serve the people with all honesty and sincerity. Minister Subrata Saha too won in Murshidabad in last assembly election though the Congress leaders did not campaign for him. It clearly proves our strength has considerably increased in so called Congress bastion,” Adhikary said.
Referring to Malda he said that redoubtable leader Krishnendu Choudhury’s joining the Trinamul had strengthened the party’s base in Malda and it’s the beginning of Trinamul’s emergence as the strongest political party here.
“In Nortn Dinajpur a Union minister of state tried to defeat Abdul Karim Chowdhury by fielding a dummy candidate and was taught a good lesson by people. In Itahar also Amal Acharya won as a Trinamul candidate in assembly election even though Congress indulged in mean game again of fielding an independent candidate. The Chopra MLA Hamidur Rahaman too chose to join the Trinamul. Such instances prove that Trinamul is the first major force in north Dinajpur either,” the state TMYC president said.
He claimed that in panchayet election the political superiority of the Trinamul would be ratified.
Adhikary today termed the Congress as the ‘A team’ of the CPI-M. “Together with a section of media they are trying to embarrass the state government without highlighting the welfare activities of the state government. They would receive a befitting reply in the panchayet election,” he said dodging the questions asked about dissident Trinamul minister Rabindranath Bhattacharya’s criticism of the state government. He also refused to speak on Trinamul MLA Sovandeb Chatterjee’s complaint against his party men for assaulting him.
TMYC state president addressed a rally of party workers today which was also attended by ministers Krishnendu Choudhury, Sabitri Mitra, district TMYC president Amlan Bhaduri and others.