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1 Jul 2017

Sikkim vehicles targeted again

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EOI, SILIGURI, 30 Jun 2017: With vandalising another Sikkim number vehicle on Friday at Siliguri CPM veteran and Siliguri Mayor Ashok Bhattacharya blamed Trinamool Congress for the unruly act.
Friday around 5 pm a Sikkim number registered vehicle ‘Duster’ was vandalised just after the massive rally taken out by Siliguri based Forum for Unity and Peace concluded.
Miscreants smashed window panes of thebDuster bearing registration number SK 01 P 0053 by sticks and hurling stones which was parked outside Hotel Vinayak along Hill Cart Road.
The owner of the vehicle was shocked to see the vehicle when he returned from the doctor’s chamber where he brought his wife for the treatment.
When asked about the whereabouts he did not reply properly due to fear he just said, “My name is Palzor and I am from upper Gangtok, came here for my wife’s treatment.”
He was shivering with fear and soon left the area within a minute driving his vehicle towards Sevoke More.
Siliguri Mayor Ashok Bhattacharya strongly condemned the continuous attack on Sikkim vehicles in Siliguri. He said, “This is the act of Trinamool goons who want to create communal feeling among the brothers of hills and plains. Agitation was held earlier during Left Front regime but these kinds of acts never took place. Attacks on Sikkim vehicles on regular basis is unaccepted.”
When asked to Hill Trinamool Congress president Rajen Mukhia said, “I condemn the attack on Sikkim vehicles and this should not be repeated again. Agitation either in plain or hills should not turn violent attacking people and damaging properties.” He said that matter will be informed to party chief in Kolkata.
Congress leader and president of Indian National Trade Uunion Congress Darjeeling district, Aloke Chakraborty said that attacking vehicles will make the situation more violent and asked the Bengal government to immediately inform the Centre for its intervention to maintain peace in hills.
He said, “I strongly condemn the attack on Sikkim vehicles and local administration should play an active role to stop such shameful acts.”
According to source more two vehicles were attacked in NJP and near Champasari more within 24 hours.  A Sumo driver from Sikkim was manhandled near Champasari More on Thursday evening.

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