West Bengal chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee Saturday condemned the killing of seven villagers in Lalgarh area and said that all political parties should restrain themselves from violence.
“We want peace in the state. What happened yesterday (Friday) at West Midnapore is not good. Many people died. Each and every political parties should restrain themselves from violence,” Bhattacharjee said while addressing a programme here.
At least seven people were shot dead and 17 wounded allegedly by Marxist-backed assailants near this Maoist hub in West Bengal Friday, prompting Union home minister P Chidambaram to summon the chief minister to New Delhi.