The judge directed that in the meantime, notice be served upon Adhikari, a BJP MLA, and other parties in the matter.
In the week-long mayhem, 37 BJP workers were allegedly killed, hundreds sustained injuries, shops were looted, houses burnt and women assaulted by TMC goons.
State functionaries disappointed, saying no scope to interact during session with leaders
The report claimed the incidents of targeted destruction and vandalisation of properties, residential and commercial, have the sole purpose to deprive people of their livelihood.
The draft report reflected what the district-level leaders and candidates contested in the election wrote in their analysis and shared with the state committee.
Two separate applications have been filed by the woman and a 17-year-old girl seeking impleadment in the pending petition related to alleged killing of two BJP workers in poll-related violence.
On February 26, when the Election Commission announced the poll dates, West Bengal's number of active Covid cases was just 3,343, while it stood at 1.32 lakh, a near 40-fold increase, on Saturday.
The governor said he was shocked by incidents of attack following the West Bengal assembly elections, and decided to visit various places affected by the post-poll violence in the interest of people.
The victims complained that they are not being provided with any medical facilities, healthy food or even clean drinking water, it added.
Speaking to reporters at state secretariat Nabanna, CM Mamata Banerjee said that most of the videos of violence being shared on social media were either fake or old.
Officials said four people were also killed in alleged clashes between TMC and BJP supporters in Burdwan district on April 3 and 4.
The Shiv Sena on Tuesday claimed the BJP's arrogance was among the reasons for its defeat in the West Bengal Assembly polls.
BJP announces nationwide dharna on May 5 against 'violence by TMC workers'; JP Nadda to visit Bengal
BJP national president JP Nadda will meet the party workers and their families affected by the violence and will hold protests in a democratic manner on May 5.
'MHA has asked West Bengal Government for a report on the post-election violence targeting opposition political workers in the state,' a spokesperson tweeted.
Kapil Sibal hailed Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee who is all set to continue her third term in West Bengal.