Gunshots fired as Trinamool Congress, Left clash in WB
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Left workers were attacked and several vehicles set ablaze allegedly by the Trinamool Congress supporters at Bamunghata in South 24 Parganas district on Tuesday when they were going to attend a rally to protest Sunday's attack on Marxist leader Abdur Rezzak Mollah,CPI(M) leader and former minister Kanti Ganguly said.
Ganguly alleged that the Left supporters were attacked and eight of their vehicles were set on fire by TMC workers.
Left sources also claimed that three persons received bullet injuries and were admitted to hospital.
TMC leader Arabul Islam, accused by the CPI(M) of leading the attack against Mollah on Sunday, counter claimed that his car was fired on allegedly by Marxist workers who tried to kill him as a result of which he fell off and was rescued by party workers.
Superintendent of Police Pravin Tripathi, when asked, admitted that some incidents had take place, but could not give details immediately.
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