Kolkata, Sept 6 : Talks between the Trinamool Congress and the West Bengal Government to end the Singur imbroglio remained inconclusive for the second day on Saturday.
However the two sides agreed to meet again on Sunday.
After the meeting, which was presided over by West Bengal Governor Gopal Krishna Gandhi, a press statement issued by Raj Bhavan said that both the sides went into greater detail on the prospects of a land-based rehabilitation scheme in and around Singur project site.
The press release said, "The Governor trusts that the discussion will lead to a satisfactory conclusion on Sunday or on Monday."
Trinamool Congress leader Partha Chatterjee told media persons after the meeting today that the talks will be resumed again on Sunday.
Mamata Banerjee led TMC are protesting at Singur over the return of 400 acres of land to unwilling farmers, whose land has been given to Ratan Tata's "Nano" project.
Work at the Singur project has been suspended following the TMC's protest at Singur and Ratan Tata, the CEO of the Tata group has threatened to pull out of West Bengal.