North Bengal News Digital Desk: Central forces in the Siliguri sub-divisional council area focused on the BJP and the Trinamool Congress. CPM leader Ashok Bhattacharya made the allegation at a press conference on the same day. ‘Silent terrorism’ is being carried out before the elections. Also Ashok sarcastically imported the culture of ‘New Civil Society’ in collaboration with the grassroots. All aspects of society are run by ‘meaningful’ and ‘anti-social’ individuals. As a result, poor rural people are losing their political and social status. He said that due to shortage of people in the gram panchayats under the sub-divisional council, village farmers and tea plantation workers were unable to work and resorted to daily labor. As a result, the number of people associated with these two professions is declining. As a result, the Left is losing ground in the countryside. People in rural areas are angry that 100 days of work is not being provided properly. Or not being paid proper wages when the job comes up. Ashok Babu also said that the Atharokhai area, including Matigara, was a semi-urban area and the two areas were between the municipality and the panchayat. They demanded that these two areas be made municipalities. However he acknowledged that their numbers were not enough to defeat Lukashenko’s government in the forthcoming Siliguri sub-divisional council elections.
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