West Bengal Violence Case Reached the Supreme Court, PM Modi Expressed his Serious Concern

GG News Bureau

Kolkata, 4th May. Violence erupted in West Bengal after the assembly election results. The bloodshed continues in Bengal. Many BJP workers were killed and many were injured in these violence.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi called Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar and expressed concern and sorrow over the law and order situation. The case of Bengal violence has reached the Supreme Court.

West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankad has informed about this by tweeting on Tuesday afternoon. He wrote that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has spoken on the phone today and expressed concern about the violence in Bengal.

BJP leader and senior advocate Gaurav Bhatia has filed a petition in the Supreme Court regarding the violence that continued after the elections in Bengal. Gaurav Bhatia demanded a CBI inquiry into the Bengal violence.

West Bengal witnessed widespread violence on Monday, a day after the assembly election results were announced. The Union Home Ministry has sought a factual report from the state government regarding the incident of attack on opposition workers.

Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar summoned the state home secretary, director general of police (DGP) and Kolkata police commissioner and directed them to restore peace.

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