The Calcutta High Court today ordered the formation of a three-member committee to ensure that persons displaced by post poll violence in West Bengal are able to return to their houses. .The five-judge Bench of Acting Chief Justice Rajesh Bindal and Justices IP Mukherji, Harish Tandon, Soumen Sen and Subrata Talukdar ordered that the committee should help persons go back to their homes and submit a report to the Court.."The people have a right to go back to their homes and live peacefully. It is the duty of the State to ensure that law and order is maintained," the Court ordered..The committee will comprise of nominees of the State Human Rights Commission, National Human Rights Commission and Member Secretary of the West Bengal State Legal Services Authority. .The persons who are allegedly not being allowed to go back to their homes are required to communicate with the West Bengal Legal Services Authority (WBLSA) on the official email of the WBLSA. The committee shall then contact the concerned the police officer of the locality to ensure that persons are allowed to go back to their houses, the Court directed..The order was passed in a plea argued by Advocate Priyanka Tibrewal alleging that around 200 persons who were displaced due to the violence have not been able to return to their house due to continuing threat to their lives. .On the last date of hearing, the High Court warned that serious action would be taken against officers who fail to respond to allegations of post poll violence in West Bengal..[Post poll violence in West Bengal] Failure of officers to respond to allegations will result in serious consequences: Calcutta High Court.Earlier this month, the High Court sought a report from the State government on the post poll violence that rocked West Bengal after the All India Trinamool Congress secured a thumping victory in the 2021 State Assembly elections..In response, the West Bengal government told the Calcutta High Court that there was no post-poll violence in the State.