Trinamool Congress Govt trying to evade compensating aggrieved Hindu victims

  • Issue of violence erupting in Bengal after the elections
  • The indifference of the Bengal Govt over a serious issue – Calcutta High Court reprimands Bengal Govt
Editorial comments

  • Bengal’s Trinamool Congress Government doesn’t follow the Court’s orders when it is about paying compensation to Hindus. Had it been the case of giving compensation to the minorities, the Court wouldn’t have had to issue such orders ! Establishing Hindu Rashtra seems to be the inevitable solution to change this situation.
  • Hindus feel that the Court should not just stop after reprimanding, but it should severely fine the Government.

Kolkata – Mamata Banerjee’s Government has not yet given any compensation to the aggrieved victims of riots staged after the State Assembly elections. The Calcutta High Court, therefore, expressed its displeasure over the issue and admonished the Bengal Government by stating that it showed Bengal Government’s carelessness towards a serious issue. The next hearing will be held on 8th November 2021.

  1. The State Assembly election’s results were declared on 2nd May 2021 in Bengal. Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress Party won the election with the majority. The workers of this party then severely persecuted BJP members; killed many BJP members; raped women. Their houses and shops were burnt down. As a result, thousands of Hindus left their homes and took shelter in the neighbouring States. In the background of this violence, the Court had ordered the Bengal Government to give compensation and directly deposit the amount in the bank accounts of the riot victims, but the State Government has not so far taken any action on the Court’s orders; therefore, the Court expressed its displeasure.
  2. After accepting the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC)’s recommendations about the violence, under the supervision of the Court, the Central Bureau of Investigations (CBI), with a squad of 3 IPS officers (Special Investigating Team), orders were given to CBI and SIT to submit their reports.