Kolkata says NO to Bandh

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By Arnab Mitra

Yesterday, there was hardly anybody supporting the 12-hour strike called by the Congress party in West Bengal against the recent death of a Chatra Parishad worker, Krishna Prasad Jana – a BA 3rd year student of Sajanikanta Mahavidyalaya, in West Midnapore District.

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There were some minor disturbances reported in pockets of West Bengal, where Congress Party has a stronghold like Murshidabad, Malda, Sabang and other areas of North Bengal.

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In Behrampore, Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury opened his shirt in protest against the lathi charge by police to his men. The style of the protest attracted a scathing criticism from all corners of the society including his own party members.

Image India Express
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Life in Kolkata was normal like any other day. In the morning, there were some disturbances reported in the areas of Howrah Maidan, Sealdah, and Burrabazar, raising the question – did people support the strike?

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