A 25-member delegation led by Bhattacharya was detained by the police and taken to the local police station. But they were released in about ten minutes.

The delegation was requested by the police not to  visit the village in view of the law and order situation. Later, Bhattacharya told reporters that they wanted to visit the village to know about the exact reason of the Sunday's incident but was not allowed to go.

Bhattyacharya also said he had received a phone call from the Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee while he was sitting in the police station. He however, declined to divulge the content of their conversation.

Earlier on Sunday, violence broke out at Kaliachak over an alleged remark of a BJP leader, police said.

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