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Buses and trains were packed with TMC personnel, common passengers had to bear a lot of trouble.

Kharagpur : 1000’s of TMC personnel and supporters from East and West Midnapore and Jhargram districts additionally took half in Trinamool Congress’s Martyr Memorial assembly held in Kolkata on Thursday. All native trains in Kharagpur division below South Japanese Railway remained full on today resulting from heavy rush of TMC personnel. Aside from this, 1000’s of employees dwelling in distant villages had additionally reached Kolkata by buses. Round 1500 buses had been already booked in all of the three districts. Resulting from this, there was a lower within the variety of passenger buses within the bus stand. Resulting from which the every day bus passengers additionally needed to face lots of issues. On the Central Bus Stand of Kharagpur below West Midnapore district, many passengers had been seen strolling in a state of shock because of the lower within the variety of passenger buses. On the similar time, there was a big discount within the variety of passenger buses in Jhargram bus stand on today. Aside from this, the railway passengers touring every day in native trains resulting from heavy rush of TMC personnel additionally needed to face lots of issues on today. Many every day commuters going to locations like Kolkata, Howrah and so on. in reference to work couldn’t journey within the practice on today. Kharagpur, Giri Maidan, Midnapore, Panshkuda in Kharagpur division for the aim of catching the practice to attend the Shaheed Memorial assembly. TMC personnel began reaching all railway stations together with Mecheda, Kolaghat, Digha, Kanthi, Haldia. Many of the TMC personnel from all 35 wards of Kharagpur metropolis went to Kolkata by practice.

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