Senior advocate Kapil Sibal, appearing for the state government, pointed to the members of the committee that has been formed to investigate the incidents.
According to the sources, the cases were filed in Purba Medinipur's Nandigram and Cooch Behar's Sitalkuchi areas.
Following a report from an NHRC committee on July 13, a five-judge bench of the Calcutta High Court had ordered a CBI probe into the allegations.
The judgment has made it clear that no political party can abdicate its responsibility in discharge of constitutional responsibility, the Call for Justice said in a statement.
Justice Mukerji of the Calcutta HC observed the committee constituted by the NHRC had only power under the order of the five-judge bench to report on facts as gathered by them on investigation.
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The matter is scheduled to be taken up for hearing on Wednesday by a five-judge bench of the high court, presided by Acting Chief Justice Rajesh Bindal.
It claimed that the order had been passed without giving the state an opportunity to file its response in connection with the SLSA member secretary's report.
The event was to ‘educate’ them about central leadership’s efforts being made for protection and rehabilitation of their counterparts in West Bengal.
They claimed that a large section of the Bengali society is living under fear and alleged that those who "voted against the TMC in the recently held assembly elections are being victimised."
The four-member fact finding team to look into reasons for the post poll violence in West Bengal and also assess the ground situation in the state.
The Karimnagar MP alleged that Mamata won the election with the funds which she had received from Bangladesh and the support of Rohingyas.
While the TMC complained of the highhandedness of central forces, the BJP alleged atrocities by the ruling party.