Kolkata, Dec 3 (UNI) The Bengal Congress has decided to bring a no-confidence motion against the Left Front government in the coming winter Assembly session.
" It is true that we have arithmetically insufficient MLAs in the Assembly and hence appealing to Opposition Trinamool Congress leader Partho Chatterjee and other anti-CPI(M) parties to join hands with us for bringing a no-confidence motion against the ruling government in the winter session," Congress Legislature Party leader Manas Bhuniya told newsmen here.
" We will raise the issue of graphic designer Rizwanur Rahman's murder, noted Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen's shifting from Kolkata to Rajasthan and the intelligence failure to control the recently communal violence in the session," he said.
He said that they would also seek Speaker Hasim Abdul Halim's permission for discussing the statement made by Governor Gopal Krishna Gandhi after the March 14 and November 10 Nandigram incidents, High Court's ruling for the CBI inquiry and National Human Right Commission's report.
" The ruling Left Front had totally failed on all fronts and expecting that the Trinamool Congress would join hands with the Congress for bringing the no-confidence motion against the government in the session," Mr Bhuniya said.