West Bengal post-poll violence: NCW takes suo motu cognisance of attacks on women

BJP leaders shared movies of the social gathering workplace in Nandigram being ransacked in addition to girls supporters of the social gathering being bodily assaulted

A crew of the Nationwide Fee for Ladies (NCW) headed by its chairperson, Rekha Sharma, will go to West Bengal to research assaults on girls in the course of the post-poll violence seen within the State.

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An announcement issued by the NCW stated that it was taking suo motu cognisance of such assaults after movies have been shared on Twitter of girls being overwhelmed up in Nandigram.

“The Fee is deeply perturbed and has considered this incident severely because it questions the protection and safety of girls within the State,” the assertion added.

On Might 3, BJP leaders Kailash Vijayvargiya and Sambit Patra shared movies of the social gathering workplace in Nandigram being ransacked in addition to girls supporters of the social gathering being bodily assaulted.

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The Fee has additionally written to DGP West Bengal to research cases of violence and arrest the accused individuals.

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