New Delhi: A second letter from the Center after Mamata Banerjee took over as the Chief Minister of West Bengal for the third time. The second letter asked why the letter did not respond to the post-election violence.
Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla also warned of strong action if the letter was not replied to. The violence erupted on May 3, shortly after the election results were released. Bhalla asked the Chief Secretary of Bengal what steps had been taken to prevent the violence.
It is reported that the violence is not over. The letter urges that these be stopped as soon as possible and that a report on this is sent immediately. The National Human Rights Commission also intervened on Wednesday. They asked the state unit to submit a report within two weeks.
Four-member team to investigate
The Union Home Ministry has appointed a four-member team to investigate and report on the violence in Bengal. They also want to assess the current situation in the state. Ministry of Home Affairs Adv. The secretary leads the group.