Kolkata, Aug 19 (UNI) Welcoming the Trinamool Congress for accepting the chief minister's invitation, Left Front Chairman Biman Bose today urged TMC chief Mamata Banerjee to hold talks with the government to find a solution to the Singur impasse.
''A problem has arisen in setting up of the Tata Motor's small car project in Singur. Hence the Opposition TMC and its allies should come forward to find a solution through dialogue with the government,'' Mr Bose told newspersons after an LF meeting here.
He explained that whenever a problem arose in the international arena it was solved through dialogues.
''So we are appealing to Ms Banerjee to stall her party's indefinite agitation in front of the Tata Motor's factory from August 24 and begin talks with the government,'' he said.
Yesterday Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee invited Ms Banerjee for talks to break the political stalemate over the Tata Motors' Singur project.
''The government wants a dialogue with the opposition party tomorrow for sorting out the Singur problem. If the issue cannot be solved in one meeting then they can explain their grievances to the government and find a solution,'' Mr Bose added.
''We are confident that the impasse will be solved through continuous talks,'' he said.
The LF will organise a martyr's day on August 31. Besides, an anti-imperialist rally would be held on September one throughout the state, he said.
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