Kolkata, Jan 24 (PTI) The CPI-M today denied allegationsthat it had a camp in the house from where shots were firedkilling nine persons at Netai village, near Lalgarh, instrife-torn West Midnappore district on January seven.
"It is not correct to say that the CPI-M had a camp inthe house from where firing was made," party''s politburomember and state secretary Biman Bose said.
Alleging that there was a Trinamool Congress-Maoistnexus, he said it was proved by the killing of three CPI-Mworkers at Rameswarpur in West Midnapore district by somebike-borne gunmen yesterday.
"The pillion rider in the first bike was a Maoist andhe opened fire on some of our men at a tea-stall atRameswarpur. The bike was being run by a Trinamool Congressactivist," he alleged.
Asked about the responsibility of the state governmentand the CPI-M when law and order was deteriorating, Bose said,"It is not possible to provide police security in all the38,000 villages in the state. In such case, if any attacktakes place, that does not indicate that law and order hasworsened."
"I want to repeat that the Trinamool Congress and theMaoists are launching attacks on CPI-M in a coordinated way,"he said.
Commenting on Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee''sadmission about existence of armed camps in the state, hesaid, "There are camps for homeless people. I would like torequest the media to take care of the homeless, provide themshelter and food." PTI PKC PB MD