"Antisocials and hooligans should not be allowed to enter Jhargram," he said addressing TMC at Chandri near here, a CPI-M citadel during the Leftist rule.
The meeting was called to protest against alleged violence by CPI-M at Chandri.
Referring to the development efforts of the state government, he said a total 40,000 policemen and one lakh primary teachers would be appointed.
Roy alleged that local CPI-M leader Prasanta Das, who was arrested by the police for forcing TMC supporters to join a CPI-M procession at Chondri on November 22, was among those responsible for the Netai massacre.
The police had seized Maoist literature, posters and a country-made illegal guns from the residence of Das, who is now in police remand.
Local DYFI leader Sudarshan Mahto and Jharkhand Party(N) leader Arjun Hansda joined TMC along with a number of their followers at the meeting.
A 20-year-old girl was stabbed to death allegedly by a jilted lover in east Delhi this evening, police said.