Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Muslim women bleed in Birbhoom to delink TMC and BJP as Tathagata deployed in Agartala to capture Red Tripura! Palash Biswas

Muslim women bleed in Birbhoom to delink TMC and BJP as Tathagata deployed in Agartala to capture Red Tripura!

Palash Biswas

Violent clashes broke out between Trinamool Congress and Bharatiya Janata Party workers on Wednesday in Birbhum district of West Bengal. TV channels showcasing the event round the clock with interviews of eyewitness and victims as bleeding Muslim women being selected to speak for BJP and TMC while panels engage to focus on the struggle sidelining every other issues.But the administration claims that the situation is quite under control.

Activists of the Trinamool Congress and the BJP fought

 pitched battle at Parui in West Bengal's Birbhum district on

 Tuesday. The region has been witnessing 

intermittent violence between the two warring parties — 

both are fighting a turf war.

Bengal minorities have no opportunity to be disillusioned with power politics as it happens to be the same story countrywide and beyond.I am getting more feedbacks from Bangladesh thanks to mainstream Daily Prathom Alo and friends in Bangladesh which bleeds most just because of hegemony politics.

Ironically West Bengal is not far behind.The latest game is all about delinking TMC and BJP link which disturb the Vote Bank equation as Maa Maati Maanush government just completed four years and Mamata Didi claims good governance.

The relationship with the BJP has been very sensitive as Didi should not be seen with Modi to win the next elections and religious polarization is the best way to resist Left Come Back.Thus BJP and TMC engage themselves in political violence in Muslim demography and hence,Muslim Women bleed in Birbhum.

Mind you Modi and Didi spat fire against each other to make Bengla vertically divided on religious line and TMC romped home in every election after Modi visited Bengal as Prime Minister candidate.

However,TMC has proved itself the strength in Rjyasabha which it missed to pass vital bills without majority.New slogan of development presented Modi Didi combination right on public platfarm which irritated most the Muslim Vote Bank and TMC and BJP had no other option to go back to the battlefield to prove that Didi and Modi are not aligned at all.

On the other hand,in Agartala,amidst controversy over his Hindutva ideology, BJP leader Tathagata Roy took charge as the 16th governor of Left-ruled Tripura on Wednesday.

Roy, who was a university teacher before joining politics, has become the Governor of the North-East region's smallest state and the CPM's last stronghold in India amidst criticism from CPM leader Sitaram Yechury.

The new Tripura Governor has been a controversial figure (particularly for his anti-Muslim tweets) but he has said he will stop since his new office demands it.Reports Indian Express.

"I used to regularly tweet but after being appointed as governor, I have completely stopped political tweets," Roy told reporters after his arrival in Agartala on Tuesday.

A day after he was appointed Tripura Governor, Roy had also tweeted: "Thanks to all twipple who congratulated me. Please appreciate that I can't reply individually. And, alas, no more political tweets."

He spoke to journalists again on Wednesday after the swearing-in ceremony and expressed hopes for better Indo-Bangladesh relations, saying he hopes the planned bus-service between Kolkata and Agartala via Bangladesh to be flagged off by PMNarendra Modi during a planned visit to the neighbouring country will be a success.

Controversial BJP leader from West Bengal Tathagata Roy  was today sworn-in as the Governor of Tripura by Chief Justice of the High Court Deepak Gupta.  Roy, a former president of BJP in West Bengal, later told reporters that he would leave no room for any political affinity.

Opposition Congress had criticised the appointment of Tathagata Roy for his alleged communal rhetoric. Tripura's ruling CPI(M) did not object to his appointment but the party clarified that it would not accept any breach of line by the new Governor. 

 The Governor said he has a soft corner for the state and Bangladesh that surrounds it on three sides as his forefathers had migrated from erstwhile East Pakistan.

"It would be a great relief for the people living in the north east, specially Tripura because it would give a passage to go to the people to other parts of the country. It is difficult for the poor to take flights to go to Kolkata," he said.

Roy, a former engineer who served the Railways, said the 15 km long Agartala-Akhaura rail link would connect Indian Railways with Bangladesh Railways in the north east.

"The ongoing project is very important for the people of the north east. If the Tripura government wants I will take up the matter with the central government," he said.

Two persons were shot at and injured during an armed clash between two Trinamool Congress factions at Barsimulia village in Birbhum district on Tuesday, according to villagers.

Birbhum SP Mukesh Kumar confirmed the clash, but said that only one person was injured.

Violence also erupted at Belpata village between supporters of the BJP and TMC late on Monday night.

The situation was under control, the SP said.

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