CPI-M, Congress’ vendetta politics behind party worker’s murder: TMC

Kolkata, April 9 (IANS) The ruling Trinamool Congress on Saturday blamed the CPI-M-Congress combine’s “bloody vendetta politics” for the “murder” of one of its workers in West Midnapore district of West Bengal.

The party also demanded the immediate arrest of Congress candidate Manas Bhuniya in the incident.

“Our party worker Joydeb Jana was murdered in Sabang in West Midnapore following CPIM’s Mohammed Salim and Surjya Kanta Mishra’s call for vendetta politics and the combined threat from Congress and CPI-M,” Trinamool Congress secretary general Partha Chatterjee told the media here.

Trinamool Congress on Friday lodged a complaint with the poll panel against CPI-M leader Mohammed Salim over his warning that the Left Front will take account of all “murderers and executioners” who ran amok during the Trinamool regime after it comes to power following the assembly polls.

Earlier Saturday, the party said in a statement: “The local Congress candidate Manas Bhuniya lodged a complaint against Joydeb Jana a few days ago. Even as late as yesterday (Friday) he was conducting enquiries, following up and plotting the murder. All evidence points to the fact. We demand he be booked as an accused in the case.”

Reiterating the demand, Chatterjee asked why is Bhuniya not being arrested. “We demand his immediate arrest.”

“They confirm that the murder was done without any provocation. The Congress, CPI-M and the BJP know their campaign is having no impact on the ground. Hence they are resorting to bloody tactics of vendetta,” Trinamool said in a statement.

Addressing an election rally in Labhpur are of Birbhum district, Salim, Communist Party of India-Marxist politburo member, said: “After the elections, we will take account of all murderers and executioners. “We will take account of every drop of blood of our men who have embraced martyrdom.”

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