July 19, 2014
Preparations in full swing for Maa, Mati, Manush Dibas
Trinamool Congress will observe Maa, Mati,Manush Dibas on 21 July to celebrate the party`s sweeping victory in the recentLok Sabha polls where it won 34 seats.
In 2011, the party celebrated its victoryin the Assembly polls at Brigade Parade ground after ending the Left Front`s34-year rule. State Trinamool leadership on Friday met MLAs, districtpresidents, different office bearers and chiefs of different party organs atthe Trinamool Bhavan to chalk out the Maa, Mati, Manush Dibas programme alongwith the Martyrs` Day programme.
Mr Partha Chatterjee, party`s secretarygeneral, told after the meeting that on 21 July Ms Mamata Banerjee would showthe party workers the direction for the coming days. He said though theTrinamool Congress had a “thumping victory” in both panchayat and LokSabha polls there was no victory celebration. “So we are going to start ourprogramme by paying homage to the martyrs.” He said family members of martyrsand celebrities are invited to the programme.
Trinamool State president Mr Subrata Bakshisaid lakhs of party activists and supporters will attend the Martyrs` Dayrally. Thousands of party activists and supporters would come from Jalpaiguriand Alipurduarand other North Bengal districts.
People from different districts across thestate, particularly from the Hills and Jangalmahal, will attend the programme.Besides, party supporters from Assam, Manipur and Tripura are also to take partin the programme.