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In a gruesome mob violence created by TMC activists and armed goons, police sub-inspector Tapas Chowdhury was shot and murdered in broad day light in Garden Reach area by assailants under the direct instigation and presence of of Trinamool Congress leader Mohammed Iqbal alias Munna,

 Important minister of TMC government, who claims to be very close to the Chief Minister, Mr. Firhad Hakim recklessly, has tried to put the blame on Congress. Only due to electronic media footage such ill-motivated conspiracy of Mr. Hakim has failed to take root. The TMC minister, who has directly involvement with Mohammed Iqbal alias Munna,  had earlier said that he did not believe that Iqbal was in anyway involved in the incident and tried his best to influence the police investigations.

"He has no business to do that," West Bengal governor MK Narayanan said today when asked to comment on the TMC Minister Firhad Hakim's alleged bid to shield TMC councillor & borough Chairman Md Iqbal from arrest for gunning down Special Branch sub-inspector Tapas Chowdhury on February 12.

WBPCC President Prof. Pradip Bhattacharya has demanded immediate order of CBI inquiry in the gruesome murder and said “the State has entered an unprecedented era of lawlessness under the present TMC government. The Chief Minister has failed in all fronts to lead Bengal. Her trusted Ministers are now the source of violence and anarchy in the society. Most importantly the administration and the police forces are not allowed to work impartially. This is a dark time for Bengal.”
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Amar nibedon apnader kache. Ebar vote e apnara centrestage nin tobei Bengal e industry ashbe. Though I do not have any political allegiance ami mone kori its only an established party like Congress that can bring about change and long lost glory of my beloved Bengal. Ami shadharon manush besh bujhina tai etukui bolbo pull out all the stops, work diligently to establish yourselves in Bengal and come to power to work for the motherland.
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In today's Bengal "FUTURE IS CONGRESS"
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State Workshop on Social Media was organized by West Bengal Pradesh Congress Committee at Eastern Zonal Cultural Centre - Bidhan Nagar. The presence of enthusiastic youth & the high turnout proved that West Bengal is ready to adopt and proceed with the futuristic vision of Congress.
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west bengal pradesh congress ki karyalaya main o.b.c. dept.ne jawaharlal nehru jee ki 124.birthday. manayee.
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Indian National Congress was born in 1885. Several unforgettable Bengalis were instrumental in the formation of INC – amongst them Surendranath Banerjea was the chief architect for the 1st Congress conference held in Bambay and Womesh Chandra Bonnerjee was elected as the first President of Congress.

During its 126 years history Indian National Congress had been enriched with commendable participation of Bengali luminaries. Bongiyo Pradeshic (Provincial) Congress was formally constituted in the year 1888 – three years after the birth of Indian National Congress. In 1908 none other than Gurudev Rabindranath Thakur was elected as the President. I urge the young members of Congress to go through the list of Presidents of Bongiyo Pradeshic (Provincial) Congress – which later became today's West Bengal Pradesh Congress Committee (WBPCC). It would be a learning experience in the course of history of Bengali renaissance.
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