Last Update: February 20, 2023, 14:29 IST
Activists of CPI(M)’s student wing SFI on Sunday protested against the alleged attacks on its members by TMCP, the student wing of Trinamool Congress, in college campuses.
About 100 workers of the student union India (SFI) protested near Mudiyali High School, said Shuwajit Sarkar, member of the state committee.
A police official said traffic was not disrupted due to the ruckus.
The government alleged, “In the recent past many of our workers were attacked by the Trinamool Chhatra Parishad (TMCP) in the campuses of higher educational institutions and even in hospitals where they were taken for treatment of their injuries.” Was.”
He said that if the state administration did not take prompt action against the accused, thousands of SFI workers would hit the streets in the coming days, disrupting normal life.
The SFI had held similar demonstrations at two places in the city to protest against the “increasing number of attacks on its members by the TMCP”. TMCP state president Trinankur Bhattacharya alleged that the SFI was creating trouble on campuses to “vitiate the academic atmosphere”.
“We have asked our members to remain calm and not to be provoked and fall prey to the SFI gameplan,” he said.
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