Kolkata: Having cut her teeth on street politics, Trinamool chief Mamata Banerjee proved her mettle in West Bengal state elections. She campaigned during the assembly elections with slogan ‘no revenge but change’. However, the lady is determined to go against her claims and expose the misrule of Left Front government in state over the last 34 years.

TMC supremo could begin her crackdown by presenting a White Paper, which is expected to be loaded with data on poor governance by the Left Front in West Bengal.

After taking over as the Railway Minister, Mamata had come out with a White Paper on Railways releasing details of the ministry during her predecessor Lalu Prasad Yadav’s tenure.

Accusing Left of hiding government documents, Trinamool leader Sobhan Deb Chattopadhyay said, several files and documents have been smuggled out after it became evident that Trinamool was coming to power.

He also claimed that on Saturday several government officials in the CM Secretariat’s stayed back in office late, which was opposed by the government officials associated with the Trinamool Workers’ Union.

According to economist Abhiroop Sarkar, it becomes the responsibility of Mamata government to make the public aware with the workings of the previous government and that there is nothing wrong in it.

“Mamata’s concern for the people who faced economic loss during Left Front’s rule stands justified,” Sarkar said.

He further said that it is evident that CPM leaders want to hide their wrongdoings as certain files are missing in Rajarhat, Upnagri, Singur and Nandigram. Hence TMC leadership is concerned about the missing documents as it can face several problems due to it.

Mamata Banerjee has asked her party workers to keep an eye on the file chambers so that no file goes missing in future.

JPN/Bureau