TMC To Take Active Role To Resist Strike On Wednesday


Kolkata: West Bengal Education Minister Partha Chatterjee in a press conference on Sunday said that TMC will try best to make the strike unsuccessful on September 26. He orders that, every government offices, private offices, schools will be open on Wednesday.

Trinamool supremo Mamata Banerjee after the anouncement of 12 hour strike on Saturday clearly said that no strike will take place in West Bengal on that day. Entire West Bengal will be active as they are politicising Darivit students death in Islampur.

Partha Chatterjee also took the same route when speaking over the issue. He said that, “BJP will create problem on September 26. TMC will be active to make people aware of this. The party will also organise protest programme in every block.”

TMC said BJP spreading several rumours over Darivit students death. They are not capable to fight with TMC, so they want to divert people from BJP.

Bengal politics is high on ruling-opposition tussle over Darivit students death. Everybody is trying to gain political milege through this to strenthen their side.