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West Bengal: Bengal Governor CV Anand Bose leaves for Delhi, will submit report of Panchayat violence to the Center

Pankaj Prasad
West Bengal Governor CV Anand Bose
West Bengal Governor CV Anand Bose

The governor himself had expressed concern over the election violence and during this he himself stayed at ground zero throughout the day.

West Bengal Governor CV Anand Bose has left for Delhi on Sunday evening. He can submit the report of the violence in the panchayat elections to the central government. It is expected that he may also meet Union Home Minister Amit Shah. It is notable that the Governor stayed at ground zero the whole day on Saturday, the day of the election.



The governor himself had expressed concern over the election violence and during this he himself stayed at ground zero throughout the day. Even before the elections, he continued to meet people. He also met the violence affected people. On the other hand, the central leadership has ordered the state leadership of BJP to stand by and bear the cost of the treatment of the aggrieved workers as well. Both the Union Home Minister and the BJP President have taken complete information about the election violence.