Cong submits memorandum in N24Pgs alleging TMC hooliganism
The law and order situation in the Barrackpore sub-division in North 24 Parganas district had deteriorated as the goons of ruling party in the state continued to attack the National Congress activists in many areas of the sub-division, West Bengal Pradesh Congress secretary Samrat Tapadar said here today.
The Congress submitted a memorandum to the Barackpore police commissionerate, saying the ruling Trinamool Congress activists were capturing the Congress party offices in a number of places, including the Congress Bhawan at Ghatak Road under Bijpur police station, while the police were reluctant to take any action even after lodging complaints in the recent past.
Mr Tapadar told reporters that he led a 13-member delegation and met Deputy Commissioner(HQ) of the Barrackpore police commissionerate Kallol Ganai in absence of the police commissioner and urged him to take appropriate action in this regard.
The PCC secretary warned that his party men would have no other alternative but to retaliate in absence of police action and in such cases police would be responsible for any untoward incident.
The National Congress party here in Barrackpore sub-divisiona would launch bigger movement in near future if police remained cipher, he added.
Incidentally, another group of National Congress activists led by youth Congress leader and MP Mousam Benazir Noor called on police Commissioner Sanjay Singh a fortnight ago here and submitted a memorandum, alleging the 'terrorism' indulged in by the ruling party activists in the state and the partisan role being played by the police.
The DC (DD) referring to the allegations labelled by the PCC secretary told reporters, "We will examine the issues brought to our notice and take necessary action in due time." However, Mr Ganai was reluctant to agree that law and order situation deteriorated in the Commissionerate area while police remained active in investigation and taking necessary steps for the crimes so happened in the sub-division.