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The 68th death anniversary of the Nobel laureate poet Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore was observed on Friday! It is the Tagore Musical Legacy!
I had to discuss at length on Buddhist legacy and Hinduization of BengalAbolition of Indigenous Aboriginal and Minority communities and Emergence of Brahaminical marxist hegemony in Bengal. Equity and Freedom of Buddhism and nature associated folk and folklore always remained the Base of Nationality and Cuture in Bengal.
Jaidev was the Original Baul. Laln Fakeer came later. It is Indiscrimnate Mass Destruction with land acquistion, displacement, deportation, persecution, repression, industrialisation, urbanisation, realty bom, retail chain and genocide culture of Ethnic cleansing with TOTAL Marginalisation of Aboriginal Indigenous and Minority communities!
Thus, we saw the Merciless Repression in sixties and seventies on the name of Law and Order while Indian forces Destroyed the Naxalites in West Bengal on the one hand and on the other, bangladesh was liberated.
However,West Bengal Congress today accused CPI M of being responsible for lawlessness in the state and ridiculed it for questioning the governor's neutrality on his remarks over political violence after the Lok Sabha polls. The state is witnessing a bloodbath and the governor has taken a right and timely step in urging all political parties to end violence," CLP leader Manas Bhuniya told PTI here.
Montek meets PM, reviews price situation Planning Commission Deputy Chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia today met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and is believed to have discussed the price situation and impact of delayed monsoon on farm sector output.
The meeting is seen as significant as the government is drawing extensive plans to battle rising food prices, which many expect to go up further in view of poor monsoon in large parts of the country. Unhappy with the efforts taken by the government to tackle the price situation, the opposition led by NDA walked out of Lok Sabha yesterday - the last day of the Budget session.
Earlier in the day, Singh, in his meeting with the chief secretaries of states, underlined the need for taking strong action against hoarders and black marketers to check the upward spiral in prices of essential goods.
The Left Front today again questioned governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi's "neutrality" following his expression of concern about the spiral of violence in Bengal since the parliamentary polls. Gandhi had described the bloodbath as a "veritable tandava" last night and said: The front "shared the grief expressed" by the governor but, "pained and compelled", it complained that he had failed to make the "distinction between the killers and the killed".
Today's front statement pointed out that the governor had not expressed his concern in public about the violence unleashed by Maoists, particularly against CPM sympathisers. The CPM had also questioned Raj Bhavan's stand after Gandhi expressed his "cold horror" following the police firing in Nandigram on March 14,that left 14 dead and condemned the party's recapture of Opposition-held areas that November.
It accused Gandhi of turning a blind eye to crimes committed by Opposition supporters in the run-up to the firing and the recapture. His role during Mamata Banerjee's highway blockade in Singur to resist the Nano project also came under fire.
Governor Gandhi's tenure is scheduled to end in December. While the CPM would like to see his back, Mamata would like to ensure his second term, today's reactions of the two camps suggested. In Delhi, the railway minister said the governor was "absolutely true". It claimed 74 CPM and two Forward Bloc workers had been killed and listed four Jharkhand Party Naren supporters, two villagers and three polling personnel among the other victims.
Referring to Gandhi's mention of a "perceptive Indian", the statement said such a person would not have missed the "difference" between the victims and the perpetrators. While leaving Writers' for the day, the chief minister did not respond to queries. Chief secretary Asok Mohan Chakrabarti said: We are not sitting idle," the chief secretary added.
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