Kolkata: Calcutta High Court constituted a three-member committee to enable those who had to leave their house due to post-poll violence return home.
Advocate and BJP candidate of Entally of Central Kolkata Priyanka Tibrewal had filed a PIL at Calcutta High Court after the post-poll violence started from May 2 which forced several BJP workers to leave their house and take shelter elsewhere.
The division bench of five judges had formed a three member committee comprising of a member to be appointed by Chairperson of the National Human Rights Commission, a member to be nominated by the State Human Rights Commission and Member Secretary, State Legal Services Authority.
The Calcutta High Court had also instructed that all the people who are absconding should be able to return home by June 4 and the next hearing of the case will be also on June 4.
“The displaced person will say their grievances through email and West Bengal State Legal Services Authority after getting the details of the absconding people with the help of local police station will ensure safe return of those people at their houses,” stated the sources of Calcutta High Court.
Meanwhile, last week Supreme Court had issued a PIL seeking compensations and rehabilitations of the victims of the post-poll violence done by the alleged Trinamool Congress. The apex court have also asked the ruling Trinamool Congress government to file a counter-affidavit on a petition that demands SIT/CBI probe on the killings of BJP leaders by the alleged TMC goons.
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