Post-poll violence in West Bengal, MHA seeks report

The elections results have created a panic in the West Bengal. Post poll violence between both the parties , BJP and TMC killed around 9 members. The Union ministry of home affairs said it has sought a report from the West Bengal government on Monday. The report over incidents of “post-election violence against opposition political workers” in the state is said to be filled.

Union ministry tweeted “MHA has asked West Bengal government for a report on the post-election violence targeting opposition political workers in the state.” The tweet came amid reports of attacks on political workers after chief minister Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress swept back to power in the state on Sunday. Earlier in the day, West Bengal governor Jagdeep Dhankhar send for the state’s director general of police over the “alarming” law and order situation. Dhankhar tweeted “Have been constrained to urgently summon DG @WBPolice in the wake of alarming law and order in the State.” Dilip Ghosh, the Bharatiya Janata Party state chief claimed in post-election violence nine of their workers had lost their lives within 24 hours.

The BJP has blamed the TMC for the violence. BJP has also accused TMC workers of setting a party office on fire.

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