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The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) presented its findings on alleged post-election unrest in West Bengal before a Calcutta High Court five-judge panel on Thursday. In its latest presentation, the committee accused the governing Trinamool Congress party for the post-election violence that erupted in the state when Mamata Banerjee reclaimed her position as chief minister.
It further stated that the spatial and chronological spread of violent occurrences in West Bengal indicates the state government's abysmal indifference to the fate of victims.
It said "This was retributive violence by supporters of the ruling party against supporters of the main opposition party. It resulted in disruption of life & livelihood of thousands of people & their economic strangulation."
The NHRC presented the Calcutta High Court with five final bundles of reports packed in packages.
NHRC team was required by the court's order to submit the report by June 30, and the NHRC team had filed the first analysis and petitioned for some few days after the order was issued. The NHRC team completed the revised report on July 13 after receiving authorization.
In addition, the NHRC, in an effort to learn more about the post-election violence, has convened a panel and asked all participants of the aggression to attend and express their concerns to NHRC committee members. The chairperson of the NHRC formed a committee to investigate different instances, complaints, and claims of crimes against humanity.
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