GG News Bureau
Agomani, 14th May. West Bengal Governor Jadgip Dhankar visited the Agomani area of Assam today. He met the families of the victims of West Bengal post poll violence and comforted them.
People living in the camp have claimed that they have left their homes in Bengal since the election results were announced on May 2. They also alleged that “Trinamool Congress goons” ransacked their homes.
The Governor of West Bengal travelled by road from Cooch Behar to the camp at Ranpagli and met the people allegedly affected by the post-election violence in West Bengal.
Earlier, on Thursday, Governor Jagdeep Dhankar visited Cooch Behar to review the violence situation. In Sitalkuchi he was shown black flags and slogans of Go Back. Governor Dhankhar, who visited the district affected by the violence after the election, said, “the country is grappling with the challenge of Covid on one hand but West Bengal is facing a double challenge on the other hand. He said that this violence is happening only on this basis as some people decided to vote on their own.
Political war has started on the Governor’s visit as well. The Chief Minister wrote a letter to him on Wednesday, claiming that his visit to Cooch Behar district affected by post-election violence violates rules while Dhankhar retaliated by saying that he is doing his duties under the Constitution.
Assam: West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar meets post-Bengal poll violence-hit people at Ranpagli camp in the Agomani area pic.twitter.com/xlRcwY3TKg
— ANI (@ANI) May 14, 2021