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Violence unacceptable in democracy, Mamta should control the situation: Congress |

Sunmarg Correspondent
New Delhi / Kolkata: Condemning the alleged post-election violence in West Bengal, the Congress said on Tuesday that such incidents are unacceptable in a democracy and that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee should control the situation. The party’s West Bengal in-charge Jitin Prasad alleged that Congress workers in West Bengal have been attacked by members of the Trinamool Congress and women and children were also not released. He tweeted, ‘The violence against Congress workers by the Trinamool Congress after the election is unacceptable. Not even women and children were left out. I believe that the people of West Bengal have not voted for this anarchy. ‘ Asked about post-election violence in West Bengal, Congress spokesperson Shakti Singh Gohil said her party condemned such incidents. He said, ‘Congress has never supported such violence. There is no place for violence in democracy. ‘ Gohil said, ‘Mamta Banerjee has got so much love and votes. They should control violence. The Congress leader said, “Even if the people killed in the violence are BJP activists, we also show condolences to their families.”

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