Confused BJP Workers Bombarded Nirmala With Questions
BJP's West Bengal minder and union minister of state of commerce and industries Nirmala Sitharaman on August 27 was bombarded with questions by party functionaries of Nadia and Murshidabad when she met them during a workshop in Krishnanagar. Confused over the apparent bonohomie between party's central leadership and Trinamul supremo Mamata Banerjee, the workers asked her to clarify the party's stand as they have been facing questions from people and party supporters. They alleged that the praising words showered by the central leaders on Mamata Banerjee ruining the party's prospect and raising party's credibility as well. A shocked Niramala Sitharaman appealed the party workers to repose faith on the leadership and she also alsked them to build up defence line for the party so that the misconception created by the media could be cleared. Picture by PRANAB DEBNATH.
Relay Run For Cooperation And Better Understanding
To promote mutual understanding with the people living in border areas and cooperation, the Border Security Force for the first time organized a long relay run along the Indo-Bangladesh border on August 24. With a baton in hand, 1850 BSF jawans posted at different border outposts of Indo-Bangla border under Krishnanagar sector ran 180 km stretch in 10 hours that drawn immense interest among the villagers. 1850 personnel took part in the run, who stood at an approximate gap of 100-meter of the 180 km stretch to complete the run the complete run in ten hours. In the picture above DIG BSF Krishnanagar Pushpendra Singh Rathore taking over the baton before running a concluding stretch in Patharghata village near Chapra. Picture by PRANAB DEBNATH.
Fishing In Flooded Paddy Field
Children are fishing in an inundated paddy filed in Haripur village of Santipur. Even though the water level has subsided in the flood ravaged areas of Santipur block, there is a large area still remained under water, where the farmers are yet to commence agriculture works. As a huge quantity of crops and vegetables have been damaged due to flood, the family of farming community in many areas of Santipur have been trying their luck by fishing to earn the daily bread. Picture by ABHI GHOSH.