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Bengal Post-Poll Violence: Hindu Body Moves President Demanding CBI Inquiry

The Hindu Jagaran Manch (HJM), Asom has submitted a memorandum to the President through the Governor of Assam to take initiatives to help the people who have been affected by the post-election violence in West Bengal.

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GUWAHATI: CBI Inquiry Of Post Election Violence in West Bengal: The Hindu Jagaran Manch (HJM), Asom has submitted a memorandum to the President through the Governor of Assam to take initiatives to help the people who have been affected by the post-election violence in West Bengal.

The HJM has demanded that investigation of these incidents may be handed over to the CBI.

"These were pre-planned attacks on the Hindu community and BJP supporters in the Hindu populated areas. Even though the said violence is considered to be post-election violence, but the same is dangerous for maintaining democracy in the state. These violent activities are communal violence and not just so-called post-election violence, for which out of fear, people from the affected areas went to the neighbouring states like Assam, Bihar, Odisha and Jharkhand," the HJM stated in the memorandum.

Demand of Hindu Jagaran Manch after Post Election Violence in West Bengal

Among other demands by the Manch include –

  1. Punishment for the culprits as per law.
  2. Adequate compensation to the family members of the deceased persons and also to the injured.
  3. State government should be directed to construct new houses of the families, whose houses were burnt down.

The affected people, who out of fear went to other States should be returned to their home with the assurance of a peaceful situation in their area in future.


Also Read: Post-poll Violence in West Bengal: BJP Members flee West to Dhubri, Assam


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