Guv s claim of post poll violence fabricated State
| Wednesday | 16th June, 2021
Kolkata: Expressing dissent over his move of making a letter to the Chief Minister publicly disrupting "sanctity of such communications", the Bengal government on Tuesday clarified that the claim of Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar over the post-poll violence in the state is "fabricated".
Dhankhar, on Tuesday, wrote a letter to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in connection with the post-poll violence.
This comes when the Chief Minister has maintained that there is no such report of post-poll violence in the state after she had taken over the charge for the third consecutive term.
Her government has also provided compensation to people who had fallen victim to post-poll violence when the state's administration was in the hands of the Election Commission.
The letter has been written to Hon'ble Chief Minister & released to public media through tweets simultaneously, which disrupts sanctity of such communications," the state Home department tweeted.
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