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Upendra Bharti | HENB | Howrah | Feb 7, 2017:: National Commission for Women (NCW) unleashed on WB CM Mamata Banerjee’s gross apathy on the plight of Dhulagarh victims, particularly on the plights on women and girls there.
A four-member delegation of the NCW led by Sushma Sahu visited the riot-hit areas of Dhulagarh in Howrah district on Tuesday. On December 13 last year, Jihadi violence erupted in Dhulagarh area as the Muslim participants of a rally for Prophet Muhammad’s birth anniversary attacked the Hindu houses all on a sudden.
The NCW team heard tales of torture and assault on women in villages that witnessed violent attacks during the recent trouble there.
The team members visited the ruined slums in Dhulagarh’s Dayonghata, Shibtala, Jayrampur and Banshtala areas.
Later, NCW member Sushma Sahu said: “We are surprised by police inaction against the attackers on the December 13 night last year when goons went from house to house and set each on fire. The state is trying to sweep under the carpet crimes committed against these victims by paying local residents Rs 35,000 each. The victims lost property and wealth of lakhs and State Govt is humiliating the affected people grossly”.
Earlier, WB CM Mamata Banerjee had denied any incident of rioting at Dhulagarh.
After visiting the riot-affected areas, National Commission for Women member Sushma Sahu said, “We will file a report to the Union Home Ministry and the PMO upon our we return.”
“We are extremely concerned about the democracy and women security as reflected in Dhulagarh incident. What is doing WB CM Mamata Banerjee in such a deteriorating law and order and communal situation in Bengal? It is not expected from a woman CM to tolerate inexplicable attack on women.” told Shau to HENB.
Later the team also met with the commissioner of police of Howrah Police Commissionerate who is likely to be summoned by the National Commission for Women next week.
It was also learnt that a team of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) would be visiting the area next week and the Centre would also send a National Investigation Agency (NIA) team to Dhulagarh.
Earlier, West Bengal Human Right Commission also initiated an investigation into the incident.
On the basis of Hindu Existence Forum’s appeal dated 17 Dec 2016+, the NHRC started the process of action on 30 Dec 2016 by forwarding the appeal to State Govt mentioning the ‘facts finding’ of HEF as prepared by its Chairperson, Upananda Brahmachari.
Jihadi elements in Bengal are enormously harm the Hindu populace in countless areas under an umbrella of appeasement and support by the state govt and the ruling party TMC in WB.