Singur, Sep 15 (UNI) Left Front Chairman Biman Bose today appealed to Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee to stop agitation regarding Singur, claiming the state government's rehabilitation package would benefit farmers, bargadars and the residents here.
Addressing a meeting here, Mr Bose criticised the Trinamool Congress' demand of returning land to farmers, saying if land reserved for ancillary industries under the project area were given back, Tata's Nano car factory would not materialise.
The package, he said, would be instrumental towards creating employment opportunities.
'' The small car has already been booked by people in different countries and we want that Nano should roll out from Singur, '' Mr Bose observed.
He said if the unwilling farmers took back their cheque within Serptember 22, they would enjoy 10 per cent incentive.
'' The state government had displayed patience, perseverance and leniency during the talks. Now the rehabilitation package needed to be implemented for a quick implementation of Tata Motors small car project for the benefit of the state and the young generation, '' Mr Bose said.
He also informed that the Front would observe ''Black Day'' on September 25 to protest signing of Indo-US nuclear deal.
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