Violence after West Bengal Elections: Calcutta High Court orders police to register all cases. India News – Times of India

Kolkata: The Calcutta High Court on Friday ordered the police to register all cases of victims of the post-poll violence in West Bengal.
The five-judge bench, while ordering the post-poll violence in West Bengal, directed the state government to ensure treatment to all victims and ration for the affected, even if they do not have ration cards.
The Chief Secretary of West Bengal has been directed to keep all documents related to the post-poll violence safe.
The court also ordered a post-mortem of the second body. BJP Activist Abhijit Sarkar at Command Hospital in Kolkata.
It issued show cause notice to DCP Jadavpur, Rashid Munir Khan IPS, asking him to explain why contempt of court proceedings should not be initiated against him. NHRC Team attacked in Jadavpur
Court also extended National Human Rights Commission(NHRC) conducted the inquiry on July 13 and posted the matter for further hearing on July 13.
Several incidents of violence have been reported at many places since the results of the assembly elections were announced on May 2, following which a four-member team deputed by the Home Ministry visited the post-poll violence-hit areas.


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