Tuesday, January 31, 2012

After Sushanta Ghosh now Lakshman Seth, another killer leader of CPIM is on run... But question is how long their Sardar (chief) Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee & Biman Bose will not be caught??

Once again the killer face of CPIM is came in front after the former lord of all he surveyed in Haldia, CPIM's former party MP Lakshman Seth, now on the run. The CID in West Bengal filed a chargesheet before Calcutta High Court on Monday the 30th Jan’12, naming Seth among 88 people, wanted in connection with the disappearance of six people in Nov’2007. The CID had arrested 13, while others, including Seth were said to be absconding.

The chargesheet has the eyewitness reports of 138 people, say sources. Among the top CPM leaders named are Asoke Guria, Asoke Bera, Himangshu Das, Bijoy Ray, Amiya Sahu, Prajapati Das, Rabiul Hussain, Sambhu Maiti, Satyaranjan Makar, Sk Rabiul. They have been named absconders. Of the 88 named, only 13 have been arrested.
The killings took place in the second phase of the Nandigram violence which started on November 6, 2007, with CPM cadres launching an attack from the Khejuri end. Abu Taher, convenor of BUPC, told that they are happy that the "killer CPM leaders would face trial".
The alleged victims - Balaram Singha, Bhagirath Maiti, Satyendra Gole, Aditya Kumar Bera, Narayan Das and Subal Maji - went missing from a BUPC rally on November 7. The missing persons' wives filed a habeas corpus petition in high court in September last year. The court asked CID to trace the missing persons. In its preliminary report, CID informed the court that all six were murdered and their bodies dumped in Haldi river.
In its 210-page chargesheet that was submitted to the ACJM Haldia court on Monday, the CID has named 88 people. Amiya Shau, former CPM MLA from Panskura, Ashoke Guria, Himansu Das, Bijon Roy, members of the CPIM district committee of East Midnapore are booked in the chargesheet filed by the CID. The two prominent leaders of West Midnapore —Tapan Ghosh and Sukur Ali — are also named in the chargesheet. The CID filed the chargesheet under Section 302 and 120B (criminal conspiracy) and several others Sections of the IPC.
A total of 13 accused linked to the CPM are in custody now. The other 75 accused are shown as “absconders.” During the renewed violence in the Nandigram, the Bhumi Uched Pratirodh Committee ( BUPC) had organised a rally on November 7, 2007, and the rally had been allegedly attacked by the armed goons of the CPIM. Seven villagers had been abducted from the rally and the police failed to trace them.
Critical to the investigation is a general diary entry(GDE) on November 8, 2007 by none other than Nandigram OC,detailing who’d ordered police to remove the picket on Tekhali bridge just two days before a CPM-led “recapture” bid that left nine persons dead and 15 injured and exposed the involvement of the police top brass in the incident. OC Champak Roy Chowdhury had to pay the price for the “insubordination” and he was transferred to Lalgargh as a sub-inspector 15 days after filing the GDE.
The GDE makes it clear that the order to remove the police picket----manning thecrucial bridge between the CPM stronghold of Khejuri  and BUPC-controlled Nandigram-----that day had come from Writers’ Building naming the officers who issued it.The GDE also mentions the apprehension of the officer(Roy Chowdhury)on the move.Two days after the GDE was filed,this bridge were used by armed CPM cadres to mount an onslaught on Nandigram to free it from the Trinamul-led BUPC’s stranglehold.Roy Chowhury said,”I am serving police officer.I am not authorized to speak to the media.”
The role of police in the November 2007 bloodbath in Nandigram has come under the scanner with the CID looking where the Mamata Banerjee government thinks it will find the trigger behind the firing.
The investigators are scanning police records to figure out how some officers allegedly took decisions to favour the ruling Left, even as they carry on with their probe on the role of CPM leaders like Lakshman Seth, Ashoke Guria & others.
This incident once again proves that how brutal the communists are… It also proves the so called killer nexus between then rulers and the administration. Then chief minister Buddhadeb who is not at all less than Hitler in his killing & ruling ability not even speared any good police officer like Mr. Champak Roy Choudhury if not abide by party (CPIM) order.
This is a major blow to the CPM since another party strongman, Sushanta Ghosh, is in the dock for the murder of seven Trinamool Congress activists in Garbeta, West Midnapore after recovery of their skeletons.. For details story link: http://mamatimanushofwb.blogspot.in/2011/06/after-arms-now-skeletons-are-found-from.html
But the question is how long their Sardar (chief) Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee will not be caught?? If you follow both these mass killing incident & also Singur plus Chota Angaria killing etc in all cases crime was done by local CPIM leaders with the help of administration and specially police forces, and then chief minister cum police minister was Buddha himself… Also in a regimented party like CPIM it is hard to believe that without the knowledge of top leaders these massive incident can be carried out… So Buddhadeb & Biman Bose both are involved in planning & execution of these mass murders!!
For more photos of Nandigram massacre please look at right

side & the bottom side of this blog page.


  1. Laxman Seth was actually a Mafia leader of Haldia and adjoining areas who did all type of notorious activities from pilfering the coal imported from Indonesia to extortion of business houses in Haldia to opening of a fake Medical College the license of which has been cancelled by MCI

  2. I know a person who is now a prof of Univ of seoul whose married life was also ruined by Laxman Seth and his wife Tamalika panda seth

  3. Next will be Dipak Sarkar of West Midnapore who conducted numerous genocides