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Its difficult to restore normalcy in Nandigram: Jyoti Basu

Veteran Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) leader Jyoti Basu today said that it is very difficult to restore peace in Nandigram that witnessed violence over the land acquisition for setting up the Indonesian Salim Group's Special Economic Zone (SEZ)

Kolkata, May 27: Veteran Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) leader Jyoti Basu today said that it is very difficult to restore peace in Nandigram that witnessed violence over the land acquisition for setting up the Indonesian Salim Group's Special Economic Zone (SEZ).

"As I understand, it is really very difficult. But the Chief Minister has stated that he is trying hard," Basu, the former West Bengal Chief Minister, told reporters here.

However, Basu expressed his apprehension over the behaviour of opposition parties in the state.

He said, "Their attitude is not correct. They know that there is a court case and an administrative inquiry is on. They are alleging that there have been incidents of rape, but who are those raped and what are their names?"

On May 24, an all-party meeting on the Nandigram issue was postponed after Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee decided to walk out.

Forward Block leader Ashok Ghosh had convened the meeting.

The all-party meet aims to start the peace process at troubled Nandigram in East Midnapore District, where 14 people, who were protesting against acquisition of agricultural land for industrialisation, were killed in police firing in March.

ANI

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