Whither Thou Goest, Nandigram!



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4 Responses to “Whither Thou Goest, Nandigram!”

  1. Ashok Chaudhury Says:

    The left leaders should bring the incidents of attrocities on the common men including left workers let loose by
    TMC goons to light and create public opinion against the onslaught and launch an agitation uniting all sections of people there at Nandigram.

    • asit guin Says:

      What happened to tapasi malik case? On July 11, 2007, The CBI released sketches of the four prime accused in the case related to the r@pe and murder of Tapasi Malik. Releasing the sketches, CBI Superintendent of Police A K Sahai said, “The sketches have been drawn on the basis of the interrogation of people and they will be distributed all over the country.” Though the CBI declined to divulge details about the accused, it announced a cash reward of Rs one lakh for anybody who could provide information about them. Of the four people, two were non-Bengalis, CBI sources said. Where those pictures have gone? Why CBI is silent regarding those four persons?

  2. asit guin Says:

    As per new Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement (LARR) Bill 66% landowners’ consent required; in Singur, willing farmers constitute over 82%. Revisiting the Singur land acquisition by the LF govt in the light of the new LARR Bill, shows that the acquisition of the 1,000 acres was not flawed. The draft of the LARR bill was cleared by the Group of Ministers and is likely to be placed in the Parliament. In Singur, where land acquisition began in 2006, official records show that over 81.5 per cent farmers had given their consent for the acquisition of land by accepting compensation cheques. The records show that at the time of acquiring, 13,300 cheques were prepared for the total number of awardees of the land. Of them, 10,800 cheques were accepted by the farmers. Initially, 2,500 cheques remained with the government, as LF govt put it on record that 2,200 farmers were “unwilling” to accept the compensation cheques and 300 cheques could not be distributed due to the litigation on the ownership of the land. Trinamool Cong, which was in opposition in Bengal, opposed the land acquisition saying that 400 acres of the acquired land be returned to the ‘unwilling” farmers. However, the LF govt said that “unwilling” farmers owned only 100 acres and that the govt could return the 100 acres. This was not accepted by the Trinamool. After M B came to power in the state, she made the necessary legislation — Singur Act — for the return of land to “unwilling” farmers. However, records show that till date, the farmers who have applied for getting their land back own around 100 acres. Of the remaining 300 acres, only 87 acres remain undisputed with several litigations pending in the rest of the land. While Trinamool out of the government, the passage of LARR bill is a reality. Udyan Das, a willing farmer and secretary of Singur Unnayan Committee said the affected farmers continue to suffer and expressed hope that the new Act would end the stalemate. “According to the draft bill, the land acquisition process in Singur qualified the parameters of the present land acquisition bill. We have been suffering here for seven years and we have seen an industry which was almost 85 per cent complete moving out from the area for the opposition of 20 per cent of the total land owners.”

  3. asit guin Says:

    Nandigram Police firing: पूर्व मुख्यमंत्री बुद्धदेव को क्लीनचिट

    कोलकाता/ब्यूरो। नंदीग्राम में पुलिस फायरिंग की घटना में सीबीआई ने पश्चिम बंगाल के पूर्व मुख्यमंत्री और माकपा के वरिष्ठ नेता बुद्धदेव भट्टाचार्य को क्लीनचिट दे दी है। वर्ष 2007 में 14 मार्च की घटना में हाईकोर्ट ने 17 मार्च को सीबीआई जांच कराने का निर्देश दिया था। तब पुलिस की गोली से 14 जनों की मौत हो गई थी।
    मौजूदा ममता बनर्जी सरकार ने सीबीआई से प्रकरण में भट्टाचार्य की भूमिका की जांच की मांग की थी। सीबीआई ने राज्य सरकार को बताया कि घटना में भट्टाचार्य का हाथ होने का कोई साक्ष्य नहीं मिला है। सीबीआई ने रिपोर्ट राज्य सरकार को भेज दी है। सीबीआई ने बंगाल सरकार से घटना के दौरान तैनात 12 पुलिस व प्रशासनिक अधिकारियों के खिलाफ कार्रवाई की सिफारिश की थी।
    इनमें से तीन के खिलाफ सीबीआई ने राज्य सरकार से अकारण गोली चलाने के लिए चार्ज लगाने की अनुमति मांगी थी। अन्य नौ के खिलाफ कड़ी कार्रवाई की सिफारिश की गई थी। सीबीआई के संयुक्त निदेशक अरुण बोथरा द्वारा भेजी गई रिपोर्ट की राज्य का गृह विभाग जांच कर रहा है।
    माना जा रहा है कि राज्य सरकार यह रिपोर्ट कानूनी सलाह के लिए विधि विभाग को भेजेगी। सरकार फिलहाल किसी पुलिस अधिकारी के खिलाफ चार्जशीट पेश करने की इजाजत देने में जल्दबाजी के मूड में नहीं है।

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