SFVS Team: – Violence in West Bengal: supreme court issues notices to bengal and center on violence in state after elections
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- The Supreme Court fixed the next date of hearing on 7 June
- NHRC, Women’s Commission will also be made party
- More than one lakh people displaced in the state due to post-election violence
The Supreme Court has asked the Central Government and West Bengal to file a reply on the petition which said that the migration due to state sponsored violence should be stopped. It has also been said that SIT investigation should be done against those who are responsible for this.
A bench of Supreme Court Justices Vineet Saran and Justice BR Gavai said during the hearing in the matter that the NHRC and NCW (National Commission for Women) should also be made a party. The petitioner said that after the elections in West Bengal, the situation had worsened considerably. The Supreme Court has said that the central and state governments should file their reply in this matter and the date of June 7 has been fixed for the next hearing.
Video conferencing hearing
During the hearing of the case, Senior Advocate Pinky Anand appeared on behalf of the petitioner through video conferencing before the Supreme Court on Tuesday. He argued that more than one lakh people have been displaced and forced to flee in West Bengal due to the post-election violence. NHRC to NCW have also taken cognizance in this matter. They should also be made defendants.
The Supreme Court has then asked the NHRC and NCW to be parties. Pinky Anand said that those who have run away from their homes for fear and have taken shelter in the camp and shelter home, should be rehabilitated. The Supreme Court said that we will not pass the order after hearing one of the parties. We want the other party to file its reply in the case as well.
Migration of more than one lakh people
On 21 May, Senior Advocate Pinky Anand took up the case before a bench of Supreme Court Justices Vineet Saran and Justice BR Gavai and said that more than one lakh people have migrated so far due to election-related violence in West Bengal. Have been
An application has been filed in this case on behalf of social activist Arun Mukherjee and others. The application states that violence has started in West Bengal since May 2. People have been affected and tortured.
The petition said that those responsible for the violence have been instigated by the police and the state government. Because of this, the police is silent on the whole matter. People are being threatened for not filing a case.
The petitioner has alleged that people are being displaced internally under these adverse circumstances. People are forced to live in Shelter House in the state and outside the state. Such exodus of people in West Bengal is violating their right to life. Their fundamental right is being violated and such people are being forced to flee. There has also been a request to provide appropriate compensation to these victims.