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Congress's Bengal unit questions Trinamool's anti-BJP credentials

IANS  |  Kolkata 

Ahead of President Sonia Gandhi's scheduled Tuesday meeting with Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, the party's state committee on Saturday wrote to Gandhi with a litany of complaints against the and questioned its commitment in fighting the

Accusing Banerjee-led government of unleashing "a systematic, persistent and diabolical programme against Indian National leadership, activists and supporters", state president Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury said his party's elected people's representatives in Gram Panchayats and municipalities were being "lured, intimidated, and coerced".

"Provisions of the Indian Penal Code are being routinely slapped against those who refuse to fall in line under the dictate of the in connivance with police and administration. MLAs have been forced to switch sides under them," Chowdhury said in the two-page letter.

Questioning the Trinamool's "claims" of s fighting the in Bengal, the letter said "every possible scope to spread its (BJP's) tentacles are being provided by the ruling party.

"Besides the history of cohabitation with in the past, has also been soft on RSS, enabling RSS to spread its wings in the state."

Iterating the Congress' commitment to fight for democracy and secularism, the letter said "our fight against undemocratic, dictatorial and corrupt would continue together with our ideological commitment in favour of liberal and secular values".

"I understand that Chief Minister shall be meeting you soon for discussion on a strategy regard to election to the Office of the President of India. It is important to rope in support of all political parties to oppose a RSS level. At the same time, it is necessary to emphasise our abiding commitment to democracy and transparency," the letter said.

--IANS

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Ahead of President Sonia Gandhi's scheduled Tuesday meeting with Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, the party's state committee on Saturday wrote to Gandhi with a litany of complaints against the and questioned its commitment in fighting the

Accusing Banerjee-led government of unleashing "a systematic, persistent and diabolical programme against Indian National leadership, activists and supporters", state president Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury said his party's elected people's representatives in Gram Panchayats and municipalities were being "lured, intimidated, and coerced".

"Provisions of the Indian Penal Code are being routinely slapped against those who refuse to fall in line under the dictate of the in connivance with police and administration. MLAs have been forced to switch sides under them," Chowdhury said in the two-page letter.

Questioning the Trinamool's "claims" of s fighting the in Bengal, the letter said "every possible scope to spread its (BJP's) tentacles are being provided by the ruling party.

"Besides the history of cohabitation with in the past, has also been soft on RSS, enabling RSS to spread its wings in the state."

Iterating the Congress' commitment to fight for democracy and secularism, the letter said "our fight against undemocratic, dictatorial and corrupt would continue together with our ideological commitment in favour of liberal and secular values".

"I understand that Chief Minister shall be meeting you soon for discussion on a strategy regard to election to the Office of the President of India. It is important to rope in support of all political parties to oppose a RSS level. At the same time, it is necessary to emphasise our abiding commitment to democracy and transparency," the letter said.

--IANS

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Congress's Bengal unit questions Trinamool's anti-BJP credentials

Ahead of President Sonia Gandhi's scheduled Tuesday meeting with Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, the party's state committee on Saturday wrote to Gandhi with a litany of complaints against the and questioned its commitment in fighting the

Accusing Banerjee-led government of unleashing "a systematic, persistent and diabolical programme against Indian National leadership, activists and supporters", state president Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury said his party's elected people's representatives in Gram Panchayats and municipalities were being "lured, intimidated, and coerced".

"Provisions of the Indian Penal Code are being routinely slapped against those who refuse to fall in line under the dictate of the in connivance with police and administration. MLAs have been forced to switch sides under them," Chowdhury said in the two-page letter.

Questioning the Trinamool's "claims" of s fighting the in Bengal, the letter said "every possible scope to spread its (BJP's) tentacles are being provided by the ruling party.

"Besides the history of cohabitation with in the past, has also been soft on RSS, enabling RSS to spread its wings in the state."

Iterating the Congress' commitment to fight for democracy and secularism, the letter said "our fight against undemocratic, dictatorial and corrupt would continue together with our ideological commitment in favour of liberal and secular values".

"I understand that Chief Minister shall be meeting you soon for discussion on a strategy regard to election to the Office of the President of India. It is important to rope in support of all political parties to oppose a RSS level. At the same time, it is necessary to emphasise our abiding commitment to democracy and transparency," the letter said.

--IANS

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