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PM Modi dials West Bengal governor, expresses concern over law and order situation | India News


Kolkata: West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar on Tuesday said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had called him and expressed his “grave sorrow and concern” over the worrisome law and order situation in the state after the Assembly elections.
Dhanghar tweeted, “Prime Minister expresses deep sorrow and concern over worrisome law and order situation” Is. ”
He also said that the concerned authorities must work in overdrive to restore order.
Earlier in the day, the West Bengal governor directed the police and the Kolkata commissioner to “end democracy with shameful political violence, sabotage, arson, murder and intimidation”.
He further said that the Bengali Diaspora around the world has expressed concern over the horrific injustice in the state.
BJP leader Swapnadasgupta has also appealed to the Chief Justice of the Calcutta High Court to take suo moto action, instructing the administration to stop the wave of political recovery in West Bengal after the Assembly elections.
Violence was reported from Sitalkuchi in Cooch Behar on Monday. The BJP party office in Nandigram was vandalized.
The media was attacked by unidentified militants in Haldia on Sunday evening.
The Trinamool Congress, led by Mamata Banerjee, won 213 seats in the recently concluded West Bengal Assembly elections. The Bharatiya Janata Party won 77 seats in the 294-member state assembly. However, the election for two seats in Muvidabad has been postponed due to the death of candidates due to Kovid.

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