Bengal Governor seeks unqualified condemnation of violence

ST Bureau
Kolkata, 28 February: Demanding ‘unqualified condemnation’ of violence (in Delhi), West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankar today said, however, ‘selective approach’ towards it was ‘inhuman’.

Expressing his concern at the outbreak of violence( in parts of capital) which has already claimed 39 lives and over 200 others injured, the Governor in a message though his twitter handle here today said ‘Those who see in violence prospects of growth or opportunity are just not civil. Violence in thought /action calls for unqualified condemnation. To hate one form of violence and ignore or observe silence on the other is a crime against humanity. Such selective approach inhuman’.

Earlier,Chief minister Mamata Banerjee also strongly condemned the violence in Delhi and demanding stern action against all perpetrators said efforts should be made by all to bring back peace, harmony and brotherhood among sections of people in the trouble torn areas.