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West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee calls agitating farmers, extends support

 Soumya Das, 


West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday addressed heads of ranchers' gatherings who are disturbing at Delhi's Singhu fringe and guaranteed them of full help from the Trinamool Congress (TMC). The central clergyman addressed the pioneers via telephone and the call was encouraged by TMC MP Derek' O Brien who was at the setting for almost four hours. 


'Your development is our development. It's the development of the whole nation. Bengal remains by you. We will likewise hit the roads on the side of your requests,' said Mamata. She likewise said that the unsettling ranchers consented to her proposition of sending her own gathering laborers to the scene of the dissent on the side of their development. 


She added that her gathering is absolutely against the revisions made to the Essential Commodities Act and need it to be removed at the most punctual. 


'They (BJP) are attempting to sell everything in the nation. Together we will stop them and make this the India of ranchers, of yields and of moms and sisters,' said Mamata. She likewise said that she was sure that the ranchers' development would effectively accomplish its destinations. 


Prior in the day she communicated fortitude with the disturbing ranchers and furthermore alluded to her 'multi day-long yearning strike' popular of restoring the place that is known for reluctant ranchers obtained by the then Left Front Government at Singur in Hooghly area for the Tata Nano vehicle industrial facility. 


'14 years prior on 4 Dec 2006, I started my 26-day hunger strike in Kolkata requesting that rural land can't be strongly procured. I express my fortitude with all ranchers who are challenging draconian homestead bills passed without meeting by Center,' tweeted Mamata.

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