Pointing at the large scale atrocities committed by the TMC after Bengal state elections, Congress MP Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury on Thursday wrote a letter to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee expressing concern over Trinamool Congress workers' atrocities in Murshidabad.
Chowdhury, in the letter, said that TMC workers had "vandalised and looted" houses owned by Congress party workers in broad daylight on 2nd September.
"I do like to flag your kind attention to the violence and atrocities committed by the ruling party's workers in broad daylight today when houses of Congress party workers were vandalised and looted much to the concerned of us."
The Congress MP also mentioned that the incidents of looting and violence were witnessed by the local police administration. It is imperative that these miscreants are dealt with immediately, added Chowdhury.
"You will be surprised to know that the entire looting and violence took place in the full glare of local police administration. Under this situation, which has been prevailing over that area, calls for immediate administrative action against these miscreants," he added.
"You are requested to intervene in this matter in order to stem the deteriorating law and order situation in a particular area and ensure justice to those victims as well,' he added further.
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