CPI(M) Criminals massacred 200 farmers in Nandigram

via With Media Inputs published on November 10, 2007

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KOLKATA : CPI(M), the ‘Party for poor’ massacred more than 200 poor farmers at Sonachura and Mahespur areas of Nandigram in the day as the CPI(M) criminals attacked two processions of the Bhumi Ucched Pratirodh Committee.

The bodies of those farmers killed were taken away to the CPI(M) stronghold of Khejuri by Marxist cadres, while those injured were not being allowed to be taken to hospital.

Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee today announced her resignation in protest against the massacre. Mamata who is leaving for Nandigram later in the day said that it is no longer possible to carry on political activities in West Bengal under the oppressive, one-party rule of the CPI(M).

“One after another bullet-ridden body is being brought to the hospital. The police are inactive and using batons on people who demanded retrieval of the bodies since the CPI-M cadres are preventing them to collect the bodies,” said a shaken Bijoy Chowdhury, an award-winning photojournalist who said he had shot gruesome and heart-rending pictures.

The CPI-M has barred the entry of media and human rights groups to Nandigram at different points. “I have never seen such a situation. This is war,” said another Journalist.

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