Left not wooing any party to form govt. at Centre: BuddhadebMay 10th, 2009 - 4:44 pm ICT by ANI
Kolkata, May 10 (ANI): West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee on Sunday said the Left parties were not running after any individual leader or any particular party to form an alternative government at the Centre.
Addressing an election rally in the South Kolkata Lok Sabha constituency, which is held by Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee, Bhattacharjee said, “We are very busy nowadays to chalk out the functions and strategies with the secular parties. We are trying to make those parties together.”
“The political parities, to whom we know, we tell them, come and form a government that will take effective measure to eradicate poverty and unemployment in the country, which the Congress Governments could not do it,” he added.
Bhattacharjee also appealed to the people to vote for Left Front candidates.
Commenting on Nano’s exit from Singur, he said if Tata’s Nano would have rolled out from Singur then many people of Bengal would have been employed.
“Cars will roll out from Singur in West Bengal that Tata Motors abandoned. It would generate more employment. A decision on it would be taken after the Lok Sabha polls,” he added.
The Tatas had left Singur over a stalemate between the government and the Trinamool Congress on the latter’s demand for return of 400 acres of land to unwilling landowners of the total 997 acres acquired. (ANI)
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