"We have to create an example before the people by remaining a disciplined force. Indiscipline will not be tolerated in the party," she told a party rally here.
Alleging that the CPI(M) had given birth to the terror in the state and was now alleging post-poll violence by her party workers, she said "Those who gave birth to terror are making baseless claims."
Pointing out that she had directed that there would be no victory processions before today shortly after the Trinamool Congress swept to power in the state, she said that this had led to peace after the polls.
"We have suffered a lot during their regime with atrocities on our party workers. But nevertheless I am telling you not to indulge in wrong-doing or injustice," she said.
Banerjee was addressing a rally to celebrate Trinamool Congress' recent electoral success and to commemorate the deaths of 13 Youth Congress workers killed in police action this day in 1993.