- After the election results in West Bengal, some BJP workers were killed in violence
- Scared of the incident, around 300-400 BJP workers have reached Assam from Bengal.
- Minister of Assam, Hemant Biswa Sarma gave information, giving shelter and food to everyone
After the election results in West Bengal, some BJP workers were killed and many were injured in the violence on Monday. At the same time, looting was done in shops in many places. Scared of the incident, around 300-400 BJP workers have reached Assam in the hope of security from
In a tragic incident, Hemant Biswa Sarma tweeted on Tuesday that 300-400 BJP Bengal activists and family members have come to Dhubri in Assam to stop. They have crossed the border after facing atrocities and violence in Bengal. We are giving shelter and food to all. Mamta Banerjee Didi has to stop this dirty dance of democracy. Bengal deserves better.
National Human Rights Commission ordered investigation into violence
On the other hand, the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has ordered an inquiry in several districts of West Bengal after the election violence came to light. The Center has asked the government to submit a factual report on the incidents of attacks on opposition activists in the state. Officials said that four people died in an alleged clash between supporters of the Trinamool Congress and the BJP on Sunday and Monday in Bardhaman district. At the same time, Trinamool Congress claimed that three party supporters were among those killed.
District administration did not take action to stop human rights violations
The NHRC said that it has taken cognizance of the news published in newspapers about the death of some people in the violence that took place on Monday after the elections in West Bengal. The commission said that there were alleged clashes between political activists, arson in party offices and looting in several houses along with vandalism. The Commission said that it appears that the district administration and local law enforcement agencies did not take action to stop the human rights violations of the affected people.
BJP workers reach Assam from Bengal