Before the panchayat elections in Bengal, the deadlock between the Governor and Mamta government increased, now the governor has taken this decision -aabtak24


West Bengal Panchayat Elections: Voting for Panchayat elections is to be held in West Bengal on 8th July. Before this, the ruling party in the state is locked between TMC and Governor CV Anand Bose. Now the governor has constituted a peace committee for social unity. 

Raj Bhavan issued a statement saying, "Governor CV Anand Bose constituted a peace and social integration committee headed by former Calcutta High Court Chief Justice Subhro Kamal Mukherjee. Subhro Kamal has agreed to become the interim Vice Chancellor of Rabindra Bharati University (RBU)."

Survey will be done regarding the threat of violence 

It was said in the statement from the Raj Bhavan that the committee will conduct a survey regarding the danger of violence in the society. Let us tell you that till now 13 people have died due to violence in the state. Sporadic incidents are still being seen at many places. 

SEC was called by the Governor to meet 

Governor CV Anand Bose also sent a sealed envelope to Sinha after State Election Commissioner (SEC) Rajeev Sinha did not turn up at the Raj Bhavan to meet him. An official told news agency PTI on Wednesday that Sinha had argued that he was very busy with election-related work and would not be able to come to the Raj Bhavan to meet the governor.

The governor had visited the violence affected areas

The governor had visited the violence-affected areas of Canning, Bhangar and Basanti in South 24 Parganas district and Dinhata and Sitai in the northern part of the state. Three-tier panchayat elections will be held in the state on July 8. About 5.67 crore people will be able to exercise their franchise in these elections.

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