"Ruling govt cannot suppress minority" and other key observations from Calcutta High Court judgment on post poll violence in West Bengal

The Court accepted the Election Commission's argument that State is responsible for maintenance of law and order even during election process and not the poll body.
West Bengal
West BengalPost poll violence, Calcutta HC

Ruling government chosen by majority cannot act in a discriminatory manner to suppress minority, the Calcutta High Court observed in its judgement on post poll violence in the State of West Bengal.

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