- The Governor of Bengal once again expressed concern over the law and order situation of the state.
- Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar has summoned the Chief Secretary
- The governor alleges that after the elections, there has been anarchy in the state.
West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar has termed the law and order situation in the state after the assembly elections as “extremely worrying”. The Governor on Sunday said that he has called Chief Secretary HK Dwivedi to know about the steps taken by the administration to check this “retaliatory violence”. He
Taking to Twitter, Governor Dhankhar said that lakhs of people are being displaced in Bengal and properties worth crores of rupees are being damaged. He tweeted, ‘Very worrying scenario of law and order. The security environment is being seriously compromised. In such a difficult situation, I have called the Chief Secretary on Monday 7th June to inquire about the law and order situation and the steps taken to check the post-poll violence.
‘Millions of people being displaced in Bengal’
The governor also alleged that those who voted against the ruling Trinamool Congress were suffering from “targeted violence”. He wrote, “The state is in the grip of unprecedented post-poll retaliatory violence at an unimaginable level. Lakhs of people are being displaced and properties worth crores are being damaged. There has been widespread arson, loot and damage to properties due to continuous vandalism and chaos. “There were many incidents of rape and murder at the hands of anarchic elements and such elements have no fear of law,” the governor said.
‘People falling at the feet of ruling party goons’
Condemning incidents of social ostracism and denial of benefits to those who did not vote in favor of Trinamool Congress, the Governor said that they were being extorted to stay in their own homes and run their business. is. He wrote on Twitter, ‘The democratic values are being openly blown by the goons of the ruling party. People are afraid of their lives from the police, so they are falling at the feet of the goons of the ruling party. Dhankhar said the state authorities were “not even accepting it, far from overcoming the problem”.
Dhankhar said, “The police is acting as an extended part of the ruling system to let the political opponents take out their vengeance. In such a critical situation, the Chief Secretary should be called on June 7 and he should apprise me of the steps taken to control the post-poll violence.