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SC adjourns hearing to June 18 in case related to post-poll violence in Bengal

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New Delhi, Jun 15 (ILNS) The Supreme Court today adjourned hearing to June 18, in a case related to post-poll violence in West Bengal.

The apex court had previously issued notice to the West Bengal government on a petition seeking CBI probe into the killing of two BJP workers, allegedly by AITC workers during the post-poll violence in the state.

Solicitor General Tushar Mehta requested the matter to be kept on June 18, which the Court agreed to. ILNS/KR/RJ

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