Bengal commies also can try ‘cultural campaign’ prior to farmer suicides

via HK published on March 12, 2007

Singur (WB) : A farmer, whose land was acquired by the Communist government in West Bengal for setting up the Tata Motors` small car project, committed suicide by consuming pesticide today.

 Haradhan Bag (62) was found dead by his family members at his house at Beraberi Purbapara area of Singur. The farmer, whose one-acre land had been fenced off for the small car plant, had refused money as compensation for his agricultural land.

A strong supporter of `Krishi Jami Raksha` (Save Farmland) Committee, Haradhan had also undertaken hunger strike to protest the acquisition of agricultural land for setting up industries.

The Communist party which captured power by wooing the farmers in West Bengal and Kerala is now turning away from their basic issues and their policies are made in tune with MNC’s  Globalization agendas.In Kerala Communist Government came up with an idea of enriching debt ridden farmers with cultural programmes prior to their Suicide.
 

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