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Governor's peace meeting in Bengal inconclusive

IANS  |  Kolkata 

A meeting called by with four political parties to create a harmonious situation in the state riddled by political violence remained "inconclusive" on Thursday.

Emerging out of the Raj Bhavan, state said that the came up with a five-point set of suggestions but the of the ruling said he could not endorse it before talking to and party supremo Mamata Banereje.

Majumdar appreciated Tripathi's initiative and said his party would support any step that would stop the ongoing violence and bring peace.

However, he said the very fact the had to convene the meeting proved there was no peace in the state.

Partha Chatterjee, who attended the meeting, did not speak to the media.

CPI-M politburo member alleged the Trinamool and BJP were trying to vitiate the atmosphere in the state.

The move came after had met and on Monday and apprised them of the situation in the state.

has accused of misquoting the number of dead in the post-poll violence in the state and claimed eight people, out of 10, from her party had been killed in clashes after the recent



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First Published: Thu, June 13 2019. 18:54 IST