The post-poll violence that was unleashed in West Bengal soon after CM Mamata Banerjee won the assembly elections has marred the state. As many as 10,000 people were displaced and many others fled seeking refuge in Assam. West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankar visited the victims in Assam and in the violence-affected areas. While a political blame game erupted soon after, the matter was taken to Calcutta High Court which was heard by a five judges bench, but on the other hand, the West Bengal Government claimed that few cases of violence were reported with the police. The victims of the post-poll violence spoke to Times Now and narrated their ordeal.
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