Own Correspondent, TDN World Kolkata: Two women activists of Welfare Party have been detained as protests against Mamata govt, demanding ban on liquor takes consolidated form and echoed the wind with unwavering slogans.
At the face of mass-protest police have detained Sahjada Parvin and Rehena Khatun who were at the fore-front of the rally with hundreds of other women activists of Welfare Party. Though they were released after a short while.
Shortly after release, Rehena Khatun speaking to TDN reporter said that they were arrested by three or four police. At first by the men police, later women police joined them. The cops forced and even dragged them to go, she alleged.
Welfare party has been running a campaign across West Bengal for las few weeks. They also staged agitation and rally in different parts of West Bengal. The political Party submitted deputation to the administrative heads in district and block level.
On Monday, the streets of Dharmatala, Kolkata raged with the slogans against West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Benarjee demanding immediate ban on liquor. Women in today’s rally were even found protesting with brooms in their hands. With ire and agony, they gave slogans against the government for its pro-liquor stand.
Youths members of Fraternity Movement, a youth wing of Welfare Party, from different corners of West Bengal also joined the protest rally.
Mansa Sen, the state president of WPI said that their protests movement and fightings are against the government’s pro-liquor stand and to refrain them from the decision.