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MHA asks Bengal govt for report on post-poll violence targeting opposition workers | India News – Times of India


NEW DELHI: Ministry of dwelling affairs on Monday requested West Bengal authorities to submit a report on post-poll violence that occurred within the state.
The BJP on Sunday alleged that one of its celebration places of work in Hooghly district was set on fireplace, and a few of its leaders, together with Suvendu Adhikari, had been heckled by TMC activists.
The BJP additionally claimed that one of its members had been severely overwhelmed up by TMC activists within the metropolis’s Beleghata space.
Meanwhile, Mamata Banerjee denied allegations of violence and mentioned, “they (BJP) are posting photographs of old riots, it is their habit. I do not like any violence. Why BJP is doing that? Even after winning with a thumping majority, we did not do any kind of celebration.”
She additional urged to individuals to take care of peace and never take pleasure in any violence, and battle towards Covid-19.
Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress received 213 seats in West Bengal meeting elections. BJP garnered 77 seats.

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