Bengal post-poll violence: NHRC invites complainants to address grievances its committee members


New Delhi [India], June 27 (ANI): The National Human Rights Commission of India (NHRC) on Sunday welcomed complainants to fulfill and resolve their grievances to NHRC committee members either face to deal with or through mail, or telephonically concerning post-poll violence in West Bengal.A press note released by the NHRC today specified that based on the instructions of the West Bengal High Court, a Committee has actually been made up by the NHRC Chairperson to take a look at the numerous cases, problems, claims of offenses of human rights, particularly in the post-poll duration in West Bengal.It stated that the Committee, headed by Rajiv Jain, Member, NHRC and other members of the Committee and a number of teams of NHRC have actually been visiting different places of West Bengal and asking into the accuracy of these complaints/allegations.” In extension of the precise very same, number of members of the Committee and of the NHRC groups will be easily offered at 4 pm today (27/06/2021) and when again at 10 am tomorrow (28/06/2021) for atleast 3 hours at Staff Officer Mess, 3rd Signal Bn, CRPF, BN Block, Sector-V Saltlake to Interact with complainants/victims/petitioners/ other stakeholders,” read the statement issued by NHRC.” Victims/complainants, no matter their caste/creed/religion/ gender/ethnicity/ political association etc are welcome to fulfill the NHRC/Committee Members at the above mentioned times, dates and location and give their representations,” it stated. “Those who are unable to come can send their complaints/petitions/supporting evidences and documents at the following Email ID: [e-mail protected] and or speak with the NHRC staff member on the following Mobile No 8826705906 and 8799712259,” it consisted of. This comes 2 days after the delegation of NHRC had a look at the houses of victims who were affected by the post-poll violence in North 24 Parganas Jagatdal place. Earlier, on June 21, the National Human Rights Commission chairperson Justice (Retired) Arun Mishra has actually made up a committee headed by previous Intelligence Bureau chief Rajiv Jain to ask into the complaints of post-poll violence in West Bengal.The questions has actually been bought in accordance with the orders of the High Court of Calcutta, NHRC officials said.As per the orders of the High Court, the NHRC Committee will have a look at all cases of post-poll violence in West Bengal, issues about which have presently been gotten in the National Human Rights Commission or which may be received.Earlier, a four-member group deputed by the Ministry of Home Affairs had a look at the post-poll violence-affected areas.Several occasions of violence have in fact been reported at various locations after the statement of the Assembly survey results on May 2. (ANI).

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