Kolkata, Jan 11 (ANI): Protesting against the killing of eight people in firing in Lalgarh village, members of West Bengal Pradesh Congress Committee organised a massive silent protest here on Monday.
Manas Bhunia, President of West Bengal Pradesh Congress Committee said that the rein of terror has been released by the Communist Party of India-Marxist in West Bengal due to which the law and order has been grown worse in the state.
" The mass killing in Netai village in Lalgarh in West Midnapore district and brutal heinous politics of killings committed by Marxists have created unprecedented terror creating a violence, repeated violence and cycle of violent activity. Law and order situation has been deteriorated and it has reached to the bottom line," said Bhunia.
Meanwhile, Socialist Unity Centre of India (SUCI) also staged a massive protest against Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, for the violent situation prevailing in the province.
The protestors also burnt the effigy of Bhattacharjee.
Earlier, Railway Minister and Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee had said: "The Netai village is witnessing repetition of what happened in Nandigram in 2007. Few days back three people died and today seven to eight bodies have been identified."
Banerjee further said the condition in Netai village is very devastating and many dead bodies are still missing.
"I have got to know that the condition is very devastating there. They (villagers) have told me where they have been shot bullet and how they (villagers) have been operated. I have been also informed that there are still few dead bodies missing," she stated.
Six villagers, including a woman were killed and over 20 injured in firing by suspected armed CPI-M cadres in Lalgarh in West Bengal's West Midnapore District on Friday. (ANI)