West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar on Saturday slammed the Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee-led state authorities over the problem of alleged post-poll violence including that the unabated incidents will “put humanity to shame”.
“Post-poll violence in Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee-led West Bengal continues in unabated fury that will put humanity to shame. State apparatus West Bengal Police just not moved at this plight emboldening those engaged in vandalism. All this to ‘punish and discipline’ opponents for ‘daring’ to vote in a democracy,” tweeted the Governor.
He shared a video the place homes had been allegedly broken after violence. He additionally shared the picture of a police criticism made by a resident of the Canning space in the South 24 Parganas district.
“Shared details to DGP West Bengal Police. Done it on numerous occasions also to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. No response from any quarter. A day of reckoning for such heinous acts of omission is inevitable Hope good sense prevails and law and order is restored lest democracy be imperiled forever,” mentioned Dhankhar.
Violence has been reported in a number of components of West Bengal after the outcomes of the meeting elections had been declared on May 2. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) alleged that 9 of its occasion staff have been killed in the post-poll violence. However, the Trinamool Congress (TMC) is denying the allegations.
The Calcutta High Court on Monday shaped a three-member Committee for rehabilitation of victims of post-poll violence after Assembly polls. The Committee will comprise one consultant every from State Human Rights Commission, National Human Rights Commission, Member Secretary and State Legal Services Authority.
The West Bengal Government on May 25 knowledgeable the Supreme Court that three individuals have been arrested in reference to the alleged killing of two BJP staff in post-election violence on May 2 in the state. On May 7, a four-member workforce deputed by the Ministry of Home Affairs had visited the Diamond Harbour space of West Bengal’s South 24 Parganas district to assess the bottom state of affairs.
In May, a five-member Constitution Bench of the Calcutta High Court had additionally ordered West Bengal Home Secretary to file a report mentioning the locations the place the violence occurred and the steps are taken.
(With ANI Inputs)