How long can we continue to fight,ask farmers

Despondency has set in among farmers of Singur,who were unwilling to part their land for Tata Motors small car project,after the High Court ruled that the Singur Act was unconstitutional and void.

Written by Press Trust Of India | Singur | Published:June 23, 2012 3:30 am

Despondency has set in among farmers of Singur,who were unwilling to part their land for Tata Motors small car project,after the High Court ruled that the Singur Act was unconstitutional and void. The verdict was awaited by farmers who had crowded around TV sets and radios since morning to hear news about the ruling. “We had expected to get back our land soon after the judgment. Now,we don’t know when and how we will get back our land,” said Dudh Kumar Dhara and other farmers of Gopalnagar Ghoshpara and Beraberi Purbapara. Mahadev Das,who had not accepted the compensation cheque,asked,“For how long can we continue our fight to get back our land?”

Video of the day

For all the latest Cities News, download Indian Express App

    Live Cricket Scores & Results