- People are forced to flee for alleged violence after election in West Bengal
- Academic world worried over the current situation in Bengal, expressed anger by issuing a statement
- More than 600 professors and scholars appealed to Mamata government to stop the politics of revenge
The academic world is furious against the politics of post-election violence and terror in West Bengal. More than 600 professors and scholars have condemned incidents of violence in Bengal. In a statement issued by the academic world, it said that a large population of Bengal is
The statement said that criminal elements associated with the Trinamool Congress are attacking people in villages and towns. The assets of thousands of people have been looted. In such a situation, there is a crisis of starvation in front of them. It was said that there were reports that dozens of people, including women, were killed in the post-election violence. Thousands of people are taking refuge in neighboring states of Odisha, Jharkhand and Assam in fear of goons supported by the ruling party in Bengal. Despite this, the police, local administration, society and media are either with the criminals or are silent for fear of the state government.
Worried for the people of Bengal
The statement said that we in Bengal were concerned for those who had to face the wrath of the ruling party for exercising their democratic right to free and fair voting. We are concerned about the weaker sections of the society who are being harassed by the government on account of exercising their right as citizens of India.
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These are the ones who issued the statement
Among those who issued the statement, Prof. Prakash Singh, University of Delhi, Prof. Govardhan Das, JNU, Dr. JSP Pandey, Lucknow University, Prof. Jaya Kumar, Central University of Kerala, Prof. Gopal Reddy – Osmania University, Hyderabad, including more than 600 professors and scholars. The list includes famous professor, vice chancellor, director, dean and former VC.
Post-election violence in Bengal (File Photo)