Tinamool chief also plans to approach the PM Manmohan Singh and the President Pratibha Patil to demand the imposition of Section 355 in the state. She will hold public rallies in Singur and Kolkata on September 25 and 26. Mamata's ultimatum came on the same day when Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattarcharjee has appealed to the opposition parties to withdraw agitation at Singur and allow to start work at the Nano plant under peaceful circumstances. CM also warned that further delays may result in state loosing the Tata project.
The latest compensation package of 70-acre land to the displaced farmers by the West Bengal government was rejected by Mamata banerjee. She has been demanding the return of 300 acres from within the Nano complex and another 100 acres from outside the factory premises for displaced farmers who did not accept state compensation.