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Stop infighting, Mamata warns party workers in admin meeting

 MPost |  2016-07-02 22:30:36.0  |  Kolkata

Stop infighting, Mamata warns party workers in admin meeting

She gave the strong message to the leaders of her party separately after attending the administrative review meeting of North 24 Parganas. The meeting was held at Bidhannagar to mark the birthday of Dr Bidhan Chandra Roy on Friday. Ministers, MLAs, MPs, senior administrative and police officers attended the meeting.

Sources said that after the meeting Banerjee called the state agriculture minister Purnendu Bose, Bidhannagar Municipal Corporation Mayor and MLA Sabyasachi Dutta, MP Kakoli Ghosh Dastidar and MLA Sujit Bose separately. It is learnt that she told them that “she would not tolerate that the lives of the common people to get affected for their infighting”.

This comes at the time when the state government led by Banerjee is leaving no stone unturned to bring an overall development of the state and there will be generation of 1.45 lakh jobs only in North 24 Parganas and investment of Rs 45,000 crore in the next two years.

It may be recalled that this is not the first time when the four leaders were been asked to stop fighting among themselves as it is leading to loss of the party besides causing trouble to the common people. On June 18, in a workshop of Trinamool Congress, the Trinamool Congress supremo had taken names of the four leaders along with some others from North Bengal as their infighting had led to loss of some seats. Stating that she would not tolerate two-three factions in her party, she had directed to reframe from infighting.

In connection with the development work of the district, Banerjee said after the meeting that the district has got new District Magistrate, superintendent of police and commissioner of police of Bidhannagar Commissionerate is also new.

However, steps have to be taken to further improve the law and order situation of the district. Important places including traffic intersections and market places have to be brought under the coverage of the surveillance cameras.

“There will be an investment of Rs 45,000 crore in the next two years in North 24 Parganas and 1.45 lakh jobs will be generated,” Banerjee said. She further said that projects for widening of highways and construction of flyovers in the district have been taken up. Bus terminus is coming up in Bongaon. She has also directed the senior police officers to ensure that smuggling of cow across the border in Bongaon shouldn’t take place.

It is learnt that during the meeting she told the administrative and police officers that the district is comprised of areas with different characteristics. Thus, the problems related mainly to the law and order ones are also different. For example, the problem in the bordering area is different from that of in the areas like Rajarhat and New Town.

Thus, the police have been directed to take appropriate steps that would solve the problems of each and every part of the district. She has also directed to create awareness about the traffic norms and regulations among people. At the same time she directed the inspectors- in-charge and officers-in-charge of police stations to increase patrolling in their respective areas.

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