Kolkata, Aug 31 (UNI) The Left Front Committee is considering a proposal to call an all-party meeting on Singur issue, Left Front Commitee chairman Biman Bose today said.
The proposal for an all-party meet on Singur impasse came up at a Left Front meeting which was attended all top ranking leaders of the Front, including Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee.
Mr Bose, in a statement, said the proposal was under consideration, adding that the next Left Front meeting would be held on September 2.
Mr Bose called upon the ''democracy-loving and honest'' people to remain alert and vigilant.
The Left Front also condemned the alleged attacks by the Sangh Parivar on minorities in Orissa. They also acused the Bajrang Dal of creating violence in Orissa.
The Left expressed concern over attack on an orphanage run by the church and the killing of religious minorities in that state.
The Front meeting also sympathised with the suffering of the flood victims in Bihar, saying several people had lost their lives and countless were missing after floods ravaged 15 districts.
Mr Bose also condemned the mine blast in Singhbum trigerred by Maoist ultras in which 12 policemen were killed.
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