Earlier on Tuesday, the National Human Rights Commission and the National Commission for Women took cognizance of the case. The National Human Rights Commission has ordered a team in the case to conduct a spot investigation.
After the election results in West Bengal, there was a fire in the BJP office.
The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) wrote a letter to the Chief Secretary of West Bengal on the basis of the complaint and raised the issue of children being affected by violence after the elections in the state and demanded its investigation. There was a large-scale violence in West Bengal on Monday, in which several BJP workers were allegedly injured and many died during the conflict.
At the same time, the central government has sought a factual report on these incidents and the attacks on the workers of the opposition party. The commission said that after the elections in West Bengal, many news reports of people dying in the violence on May 3 have come in the media. In a letter, the head of NCPCR, Priyank Kanungo, said that the last date of election results in the state was May 2. Since then, there have been many incidents of violence in the state, which have posed a threat to the people and they are in danger, especially the children. The Commission along with its letter has also sent a copy of the complaint received by it.
NCPCR writes to West Bengal Chief Secretary, demands investigation into post-poll violence affecting children
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Earlier on Tuesday, the National Human Rights Commission and the National Commission for Women took cognizance of the case. The National Human Rights Commission has ordered a team in the case to conduct a spot investigation. At the same time, the National Commission for Women says that after the assembly elections, women are also being beaten in Nandigram of Bengal.
On the other hand, Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar has immediately summoned the report from Director General of Police P Neerjanayan and Kolkata Police Commissioner Somen Mitra on Tuesday for the killings of BJP workers across the state, the constant attacks on their houses and offices, arson and looting. On Tuesday, the DG and CP met the Governor and assured them of action, even after that, the violence is not taking the name of stopping.
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