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Even after the elections in West Bengal, the incidents of violence are not taking its name to stop. In West Bengal, the house of BJP MP Arjun Singh was attacked with a crude bomb at 6.30 am on Wednesday.
It is being told that the 3 accused who threw the bomb had come on a bike. Arjun is an MP from Barrackpore Lok Sabha seat in Bengal. Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar has expressed concern over the bombing incident. He has said that such incidents raise questions on the law and order situation of the state.
Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh has blamed the Trinamool Congress for the incident. The police, who arrived after the incident, started investigating the matter. Police is trying to identify the accused through CCTV footage. After the incident, a large number of security forces have been deployed in front of the MP’s house.
Violence took place even after Bengal elections
The results of the elections in Bengal were declared on May 2. After this, many cases of violence were reported in the state. About 20 people died in this. A team of National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) went to Bengal to investigate the violence and submitted the report to the Calcutta High Court. The Bengal violence cases should be investigated outside the state.
Mamta had objected to the leaking of the report
The violence in Bengal after the elections was presented in the court on July 13. After the disclosure of the report on some news channels and websites, Mamata Banerjee had expressed her displeasure. Mamta had said that the commission should respect the judiciary and this report should not be leaked. This report should have been placed before the court only.