is invoke Section 144," said Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today." /> is invoke Section 144," said Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today." />
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Mamata reacts to Sonbhadra killing

Mamata reacts to  Sonbhadra killing

Kolkata, Jul 20 (UNI) "Whenever there is communal violence, what the BJP does

is invoke Section 144," said Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today.

" We have not let any communal violence take place in Bengal. When Section

144 is invoked in Bengal, they (BJP) enter Bengal in 50 cars. They don’t listen to

what the administration says, they don’t listen to anyone. I feel they too should

listen, " she stated.

" What Priyanka wanted to do was send three to four people. Three to four people

are always allowed, " Ms Banerjee commented and said, " Recently Section 144 was

imposed in Bhatpara. However, everyone was allowed there. Yet, the truth of Bengal

is never shown. "

" In Uttar Pradesh, no one is allowed. That is never shown. The law and order situation

in UP is woeful. Around 1,100 people have been killed in encounters. Lynchings are an

everyday occurrence, I feel this should be looked into, " she observed.

UNI SJC BM

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