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Kolkata, May 07: West Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh Friday stated that celebration legislatures will boycott the election for the speaker in West Bengal meeting and its newly elected lawmakers is not going to attend the House until the submit ballot violence within the state is managed.
The speaker’s election is slated for Saturday. The BJP lawmakers is not going to attend the Assembly in protest towards the submit ballot violence, he stated. ” We is not going to attend the speaker’s election tomorrow. We may also not attend the classes of the House,” Ghosh advised reporters on the state meeting.
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He additionally stated “We is not going to come to the meeting until our MLAs get full safety … We will solely come when our MLAs will likely be in a position to stroll alongside our staff”.
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had on Thursday stated that 16 individuals — each from Trinamool Congress and the BJP and one from the ISF had misplaced their lives within the submit ballot violence within the state. The outcomes had been declared on May 2.
“We will count on that the federal government will take initiative to cease the violence and compensate these affected within the violence,” Ghosh added. Banerjee had on Thursday introduced that relations of every of these killed within the violence after the eight-phase election within the state will likely be given Rs 2 lakh every by the federal government as compensation.
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A four-member truth discovering group of the union dwelling ministry is visiting the state to look into the explanations for the submit ballot violence. They met the West Bengal chief secretary, dwelling secretary and director basic of police on the state secretariat and met Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar on Friday searching for a report on the violence.
The union dwelling ministry has requested Dhankar to give a report on the regulation and order scenario within the state, significantly the violence that happened following the declaration of the election outcome.