After the report submitted by the National Human Rights Commission committee on the violence that broke out after the assembly elections in West Bengal, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi citing Uttar Pradesh. Bengal CM said that the Prime Minister is well aware that there is no rule of law in UP. How many commissions have been sent there in such condition?
Mamta Banerjee said- ‘Rule of law’ not in UP
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee further said that many incidents have happened from Hathras to Unnao in UP. The condition is that even the journalists were not spared. But they have defamed Bengal. Most of the violence happened before the elections.
PM Modi knows very well that there is no rule of law in UP. How many commissions has he sent there? So many incidents, from Hathras to Unnao, have taken place. Even journalists are not spared. They give a bad name to Bengal. Maximum violence was pre-poll: WB CM Mamata Banerjee pic.twitter.com/fYIdHKdZJ8
— ANI (@ANI) July 15, 2021
Responding to the report of the committee, Mamata Banerjee said that the NHRC should respect the judiciary and should not have leaked the report related to the post-poll violence, which was only for submission to the High Court.
NHRC made serious allegations in the report
The NHRC committee, in its report submitted on the violence after the West Bengal assembly elections, said that the situation in West Bengal is like a “rule of the ruler” rather than a “rule of law”. Simultaneously, the NHRC committee set up to probe the alleged post-poll violence in West Bengal, in its report to the Calcutta High Court, recommended a CBI probe into “serious crimes such as murder and rape”.
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