MARGHERITA: Mamta Banerjee continues to draw flak in the nook and corner of the state three days after the West Bengal Chief Minister’s inflammable speech against NRC in Assam. Political parties, various organizations and individuals have slammed her who warned her not to proceed further. Student organisations in Margherita have also thrashed her alleging an attempt to strike communal tension in the north eastern state.
Talking to www.assamtimes.org, AJYCP Tinsukia president Surajit Moran and general secretary Kanchan Bora said Banerjee has no knowledge and that she should immediately be arrested. Another AJYCP leader Pranjal Pratim Neog said the Supreme Court was monitoring the NRC works and what she said the amount to the contempt of the court. He said the Assam Government should not allow her to visit Assam at any cost.
Margherita AASU leader Bulbul Saikia called the chief minister a mental patient who should be immediately admitted to a hospital first. Saikia said NRC was the only way to pay tribute to the 855 people who have sacrificed there lives during Assam agitation. He said AASU is not against any Bengali speaking people in Assam. But those who came to the state after the cut off date should quit.
Meanwhile, All Adivasi Students Association of Assam’s Tinsukia district executive Committee General Secretary Ramanus Lakra condemned and criticized the West Bengal Chief Minister for her communual speech.