WB CM Mamata Banerjee to send team to Nagaland to meet victims of civilian killings

West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee has chosen to send a five-part group to Mon in Nagaland where somewhere around 14 regular citizens were killed on Saturday in terminating by the military which seemed to have confused them with assailants, setting off vicious fights by local people.

The group containing four Trinamool Congress (TMC) parliamentarians including Prasun Banerjee, Susmita Dev, Aparupa Poddar and Santanu Sen separated from Biswajit Deb, previous backer general of Mizoram, will set out toward the north eastern state on Monday and address the groups of the killed regular people

“Troubling news from #Nagaland. Sincere sympathies to the deprived families. I petition God for the expedient recuperation of the individuals who were harmed. We should guarantee a careful test into the occurrence and guarantee that all casualties get equity!” Banerjee had tweeted on Sunday.

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In October this year, an appointment of five TMC MPs including Kakoli Ghosh Dastidar, Sushmita Dev, Abir Ranjan Biswas, Pratima Mondal and Dola Sen – met groups of ranchers killed in the Lakhimpur Kheri savagery.

Banerjee had additionally sent her messengers to meet the ranchers at Singhu line in Delhi when they were challenging the three antagonistic homestead bills.

The Mon region organization has forced a time limit in the town following the savage fights and strains nearby and precluded development of all superfluous vehicles in the area. Passage into the area was likewise denied and versatile internet providers were suspended in the locale, a region official said.

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An Indian armed force communicated its profound lament at the occurrence and its fallout and began an examination “at the most significant level” into “the reason for the awful loss of lives” and added that fitting move will be made according to the course of law.

The TMC is attempting to extend its impression past Bengal and has effectively arrived in Tripura and Goa and become the biggest resistance in Meghalaya after 12 Congress lawmakers, including previous boss priest Mukul Sangma, as of late exchanged sides.

The TMC would grow its base in five additional states in the following not many months and plans to set up working units in something like 15 states inside the following one year, celebration supremo Mamata Banerjee’s nephew Abhishek Banerjee had as of late said.

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