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Sandeshkhali could be for Mamata Banerjee what Singur-Nandigram was for Left

“Sandeshkhali could be for Mamata Banerjee what Singur-Nandigram was for Left”, First Post, February 21, 2024:

“In a conversation a few years ago, one of the prominent English-speaking faces of TMC had narrated an anecdote about his leader Mamata Banerjee’s political acumen. He said ‘Didi’ had asked him to make a PowerPoint presentation on how to win the 2011 Bengal election by beating the Left Front.

In his presentation, he proposed building a parallel grassroots organisation.

Banerjee sat patiently through it. At the end, she shook her head and told him: “That is exactly their strength. We can’t beat them at their game. We need events which will make their own organisation in towns and villages collapse out of anxiety, fear.” 

Protests against land acquisition in Singur and Nandigram proved to be those events. The Left’s heavy-handedness and arrogance instilled fear across Bengal that their land holdings would be snatched away. CPM’s use of brute force made it believable…..”

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