Tuesday, 25 December 2007

Cong Sevadal's North Bengal training camp concluded


COOCH BEHAR, Dec. 25: The three-day training camp of Congress Sevadal was concluded here today. Cooch Behar Municipality chairman Mr Biren Kundu had inaugurated it on Sunday. Today, the Sevadal volunteers took out a colourful procession in the town and later campfire was also held to mark the concluding ceremony.


425 Sevadal volunteers from six districts of North Bengal participated in the training camp that was held at Raas Mela Ground. Chief organiser of Cooch Behar District Congress Sevadal Mr Chandan Kundu said the three-day camp is expected to act as a morale booster for the Congress supporters.


Mr Kundu alleged that by forming volunteer force the CPI-M do commit atrocities on rural people but there is no one to save the oppressed common people. During the panchayat elections the ruling party may repeat the same crimes that they committed on earlier occasions to spate up their vote boxes. "Now, we are not in a mood to allow this practice any more. The trained Sevadal volunteers will try their best to stop atrocities of the CPI-M musclemen", he said.


The Sevadal volunteers will not allow the CPI-M supporters to commit rigging during the ensuing three-tier panchayat elections. They will be deployed at each polling booth to keep watch on the CPI-M wrongdoers, Mr Kundu said.


During the three-day training camp classes were held on the morals of great leaders of Congress and different pro-people policies of Congress to uplift the socio-economic situation of the country, District Congress vice-president Mr Dipak Neogi said. The Sevadal volunteers were alerted about the evil designs of the CPI-M so that Congress can pull it down from power in the panchayat polls, Mr Neogi added. []

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