(Weekly Organ of the Communist Party of India (Marxist)
December 13, 2009
Any industrial project at Singur
The occasion Biman Basu referred to was a letter sent by the state Left Front government to the ministry of railways where a specific industrial proposition has been made. The proposal to the ministry is crafted around the setting up of a railway coach factory on the land at Singur from where the Tata group had earlier withdrawn its small car project, thanks to the anarchic moves by the Trinamul Congress and its lackeys plus the �Maoists,� to stall the scheme on various anti-development ploys.
In another related matter, Biman
Basu said that if a
nuclear power project would be set up at Haripur in coastal
When Basu�s attention was drawn to the reported statement of a central minister affiliated to the Trinamul Congress about his determination to thwart such a step, he said that any obstacle put on the progress of a developmental project would be akin to blocking development itself.
Biman Basu continued to say that
such statements by
the Trinamuli leaders once again proved how the main opposition party