Bengal becomes battlefield of CPI(M)-TMC; 7 killed

West Bengal
Kolkata, Jan 7: West Bengal once again became a battlefield for ruling CPI(M) and main Opposition Trinamool Congress (TMC).

Seven people were killed and more than 20 were injured in the clash between the two parties on Jan 7.

Trinamool leaders in Lalgarh area in the state, accused CPI(M) cadres over number of firings of bullets.

"They were all innocent villagers and some are our supporters. We have been alleging about armed camps for so long. Now what will the chief minister say about this?" asked a angry leader of the Opposition.

The incident occurred at Netai village near Lalgarh. Villagers showed protest in front of the house of a CPI(M) leader who had allegedly sheltered armed goons.

Few days back, Union Home Minister send a letter, to the chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, which created controversy over his usage of word - 'harmad'.

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Stating her viwe on the situation in the state, Trinamool leader Mamata Banerjee claimed, "West Bengal lost its law and order under CPI(M) rule."

She also demanded for "justice and democracy" in the state as he accused CPI(M) cadres by saying, "CPI(M) killed Trinamool's followers and supporters."

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