New Delhi, 23/12: Before the elections in West Bengal, the case of violence has now reached the country’s largest court. Before the elections in Bengal, a petition has been filed in the Supreme Court regarding violence. The petitioner has demanded the protection of opposition workers.
Along with this, there is a demand to get a report from the state government on the killing of workers in the state. The demand for the appointment of paramilitary forces in the elections, the removal of the names of fake voters from the list have also been many in the petition.
The petitioner is advocate Vineet Dhanda who has been filing PIL on many issues. He also filed a PIL in the Supreme Court on the Rafale deal and Disha Salian’s death.
The BJP and the Trinamool Congress have been come face to face with political violence in Bengal for a long time. The BJP has been targeting the Trinamool Congress over the killing of its workers. Recently, when BJP President JP Nadda’s convoy was attacked in Bengal, this fight increased further.
After the attack on Nadda’s convoy, the Union Home Ministry took a strong stand and decided to call three officers posted in Bengal on deputation. The Trinamool Congress and BJP are also face to face with this.
Mamta has accused the central government of going against the federal system. On the other hand, Home Minister Amit Shah during his visit to Bengal last week targeted the Mamta government for the law and order situation there.