CM Mamata statement on Bengal violence said, 'Peace prevailing in the state.. '

Kolkata: Political turmoil is raging over the violence that erupted in West Bengal after the election results. State CM Mamata Banerjee on Monday said strict steps are being taken to control the spread of corona virus in the state. At the same time, CM Banerjee said that peace prevails in the state and assured that action will be taken against those who post fake videos of the violence.

She reiterated that if a complete lockdown is imposed, it will affect the livelihood of the common people. She urged the Central Government to provide free vaccination facility for all. "We are taking stringent steps, the entire lockdown will affect the livelihood of the people" Mamata said at a press conference at the state secretariat after the first cabinet meeting of her newly elected government. Mamata said the government led by her has demanded 3 crore doses of corona vaccine for West Bengal, out of which one crore doses will be given to private hospitals.

Earlier, West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar expressed concern over the post-poll violence situation in the state and said he will visit the affected areas on Monday. 

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