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Bengal Electoral Violence: Supreme Court seeks response from EC, Central and State Government, CM Mamta also became a party


oi-Ashutosh Tiwari


Up to date: Thursday, July 1, 2021, 14:04 [IST]

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New Delhi, 1st July: Elections are over in Bengal, however the controversies associated to it should not taking the title of calm. On Thursday, a listening to was held within the Supreme Court docket within the case of post-poll violence in Bengal. During which there was a requirement for investigation, compensation and safety from the SIT. The court docket has additionally taken this matter significantly. Additionally sought solutions from the Election Fee, West Bengal and the Central Authorities. Additional listening to can be held after the reply is obtained.

In actual fact, when TMC fashioned the federal government with absolute majority in Bengal, there have been studies of violence from many areas. The BJP alleges that the opposition employees had been focused on the behest of the brand new authorities of the state. Additionally, the police didn’t take any concrete motion within the matter. After this, petitions associated to this had been filed within the Supreme Court docket. During which now Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee was additionally made a celebration, however her title isn’t included within the discover. The Bengal authorities, the Heart and the Election Fee had been requested to file their replies inside 4 weeks.

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The petitioner saved many issues
The petition filed on the Bengal violence stated that numerous individuals are migrating from the state to Assam and different states. In such a scenario, orders must be made to rearrange for his or her rehabilitation. Together with this, a requirement was made to order the Heart to impose President’s rule within the state. Aside from this, from the standpoint of safety, paramilitary forces had been requested to be deployed there. On this, the court docket stated that they’re in search of solutions from everybody. Solely after that the matter can be heard additional. However, Justice Indira Banerjee has distanced herself from the matter. In keeping with sources, she is a resident of Kolkata, so she doesn’t need to attend this listening to.

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Bengal submit election Supreme Court docket EC, Central State Authorities CM Mamta



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