SINGUR: The unfinished manufacturing plant sheds of the forsook Nano venture have come in the method for returning area to its proprietors in Singur. Will the state pull down the structures spread more than 49 sections of land inside the gained premises lying with the West Bengal Industrial Development Corporation? On the other hand, will the Tatas shift it all alone?
Indeed, even as Trinamool Minister Partha Chatterjee on Friday repeated the administration's stand to do the Supreme Court request, state authorities are holding up to take directions from boss pastor Mamata Banerjee after she comes back from Munich. "Our need is to give back the area," said Chatterjee.
The issue, it appears is the Tata Motor's case pending with the Supreme Court. State urban advancement clergyman Firhad Hakim and CM's consultant on force Manish Gupta rather spent the day conversing with government authorities over moving of the force sub-station from Khaserbheri mouza inside the obtained premises that has prompted power cuts in all the three mouzas it obliges. The work backed off after challenges from the villagers over force cuts.
Neighborhood Trinamool MLAs – Rabindranath Bhattacharya and Becharam Manna – spent the day spurring ranchers to present their territory case to Singur square office. Ranchers stand isolated in Singur. While a segment wants to recover their property to do a reversal to cultivating, a vast segment – little and peripheral ranchers – looks upon Didi to set up industry
"We are sitting tight for Mamata Banerjee's Singur meeting on September 14. Give us a chance to see what she has on offer for us. We will take our choice as needs be," said peripheral agriculturist Saraswati Das from Gopalnagar.