Unidentified persons vandalized the BJP office on Ghoshpara Road in Bhatpara on Monday. (ANI)
New Delhi: This National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), Seeking self-awareness of reports Times India f India Regarding post-poll violence in West Bengal, Has directed a team of its officers to fact-find on the spot Check Submit a report on this matter preferably in two weeks.
NHRC The action is the same Ministry of Home Affairs The state has not yet received a report from the West Bengal government on the post-poll attacks on political activists affiliated with the opposition camp in the state. The ministry on Monday asked the chief secretary to submit the report “as soon as possible”.
The NHRC said in a statement issued on Tuesday that the post-poll violence in West Bengal was considered a “proper case of alleged violation of the right to life of innocent civilians”. It cited media reports published in various newspapers, including the Times of India on Tuesday, about the deaths of some people in the May 3 violence.
“Political activists allegedly clashed with each other, party offices were set on fire and some houses were vandalized and valuables were looted. The district administration and local law and order enforcement agencies took action to prevent human rights violations of the affected people. I don’t think so, “he recalled.
The commission added that it has now taken a self-knowledge in the matter and has requested its DIG (Investigation) to form a team of officers from the commission’s investigation department to investigate the matter and submit a report. As early as possible, preferably in two weeks.