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Calcutta HC Directs Post-Poll Violence Victims to Approach Relevant Authorities for Filing Complaint - (19 May 2021)

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Calcutta High Court has directed that if any person has suffered on account of post-poll violence, he shall be at liberty to file a complaint along with the supporting documents to the National Human Rights Commission, West Bengal Human Rights Commission, National Commission for Women, and National Commission for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes.

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