After the West Bengal Assembly Election Results, the Union Home Ministry has summoned a report from the Governor regarding the violence in view of the violence that is happening continuously.
File photo: Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankar.
After the West Bengal Assembly Election Result, the Union Home Ministry team held a meeting with the Governor of the state Jagdeep Dhankhar on the second day today regarding violence in various areas of Bengal. . Gautam Mohan (IAS), Additional Secretary, Union Home Ministry has started a meeting with the Governor. Please tell that the Ministry of Home Affairs has also summoned a report from the Governor regarding violence from the Governor.
Explain that after reaching Kolkata, the Union Home Ministry team had a meeting with the state Chief Secretary Alapan Bandyopadhyay, Home Secretary HK Dwivedi and DG Virendra. The Home Secretary has informed the central team that the state government has directed to take action against the violence. Under the leadership of Additional Secretary of the Ministry of Home Affairs, this team will submit its report to the Union Home Ministry.
Shri Govind Mohan, IAS, Additional Secretary,Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India is scheduled to call on the West Bengal Governor tomorrow at 10 am at Raj Bhawan, Kolkata.
– Governor West Bengal Jagdeep Dhankhar (@ jdhankhar1) May 6, 2021
Union Minister of State was also attacked
Let us tell you that the convoy of Union Minister of State V Muralitharan was attacked yesterday and its car was damaged. Explain that after the election results are revealed, there are incidents of assault, arson, murder and rape with BJP workers in different areas of Bengal. PM Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi), after talking to the Lake Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar about the violence, took information about the situation. BJP national president JP Nadda had met the families of the violence themselves and accused Mamata Banerjee of inciting violence and keeping silence at the time of the violence.
CM has given financial help to the families of the dead
Meanwhile, the Union Home Ministry wrote a letter to the state government a few days ago about the Bengal violence, but it has not been answered. After which, the Union Home Ministry has written a letter to the state government for the second time, warning of strict action. The Ministry of Home Affairs has asked Mamta Banerjee’s government why the response to measures to stop violence has not been given yet after the elections held last month. Let us know that about 20 BJP workers have been killed so far. CM Mamta Banerjee herself admitted that 16 people have died and announced financial compensation of Rs 2 lakh each to the families of the deceased.
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