NHRC asks govt to file report on Deganga violence
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The National Human Right Commission (NHRC) asked the Bengal government to file a report on the violence that took place on September 7, at Deganga within a month, said Joydeep Mukherjee, general secretary of the All India Legal Aid Forum. Mukherjee said that he had lodged a complaint with the NHRC on the Deganga violence, where the police did not act properly during the communal clash. Mukherjee said that a team of the forum had visited the Deganga on September 21 and prepared a report, which was handed over to the NHRC.