Kolkata, Oct 3 (UNI) Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee tonight described the relocation of Nano project out of West Bengal as a ''joint game plan'' between the Tatas and State Government and reiterated that the land movement would go on.
Reacting to the relocation of the project from Singur, Ms Banerjee, who was spearheading the movement for returning land to the ''unwilling'' farmers, said, '' It's a joint game plan between the Tatas and the State Government. The Tatas are now soliciting for the State Government and today's speech of Tata Group Chairman Ratan Tata was nothing but political. '' '' We want peaceful coexistence of industry and agriculture.
Industry cannot be set up at the cost of the farmers. The decision cannot deter us from continuing our land movement, '' she averred.
'' The State Government has failed to bring out their agreement with Tata Motors to the people and there is a political understanding between them. There is no point blaming the Opposition, '' Ms Banerjee stated.
She wondered what prompted the Tatas to move out of the state right now when at one point of time they iterated that even if guns were traded against them, they would not pull out.
She also termed the comments of Mr Tata on the Opposition as ''unfortunate''.
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