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CPI-M leader Binoy Konar passes away

India Blooms News Service | 14 Sep 2014, 10:32 pm
Kolkata, Sept 14 (IBNS) Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) central committee member and peasant leader Binoy Konar passed away here on Sunday. He was 84.

A leader hailing from Burdwan district of West Bengal, Konar had recently hurt himself after a fall at his house in Memari.

He was admitted in a private nursing home in Kolkata where he breathed his last at around 3-30 pm on Sunday.

His body is being taken to the CPI-M headquarters in Alimuddin Street first. 

Till the end Konar was a member of the central committee of CPI-M. 

The CPI-M peasant wing Kisan Sabha leader was however the target of the Trinamool Congress led Opposition attack during the Singur-Nandigram movement in West Bengal. 

CPI-M leader Binoy Konar passes away

India Blooms News Service
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