West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar has referred to as the scenario arising out of the alleged post-poll violence within the state as “alarming and worrisome”, and questioned Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for her “ostrich-like stance” on the difficulty.
Mr Dhankhar, who launched into a week-long go to to North Bengal earlier within the day, slammed the state authorities for the way it handled complaints of violence following the meeting elections.
“I am worried about the post-poll violence happening in West Bengal after May 2. This is unacceptable. The situation in the state is alarming and worrisome. This kind of violence has put a question mark on the democratic set up,” he mentioned.
“Even after so many weeks, the state government is in denial mode. Why is the chief minister silent on this issue? The ostrich-like stance of the state administration is not acceptable,” he mentioned.
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