Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Durgashakti Nagpal to Poonch Border, Kashmir

Worst portrayal of criminalization of politics
Criminalization of politics in the realm of India is no new concept and myriad instances of it have come to the fore, perceived by the countrymen in the last 66 years. As a result, people have become largely apathetic to it; however, at times it becomes hard to tolerate this nuisance and wrath of people are witnessed. Recently, two such incidents took place enabling Indians to identify true characters of their leaders once more.

Durgashakti Nagpal, an IPS officer in Uttar Pradesh, has become talk of the town. Has this female IPS officer committed any wrong? Well, on July 27, 2013 she ordered the local administration to demolish wall of an illegal mosque and the job was done with immediate effect. Together, she precluded smuggling of sand going on for decades at the behest of mafias. Every approach was enough to scare this vicious syndicate who left no stone unturned to use contacts to hinder Durgashakti.

The result was too obvious; Akhilesh Yadav government in UP suspended her for allegedly spreading communal disharmony. Even if it is being reported that the UP government suspended Durgashakti to save sand mafias, there are other pages in the story also. The saga of minority appeasement has played a great role, as per locals. This is not an allegation; diatribe of Azam Khan (Minister of Urban Development, Government of Uttar Pradesh) on Durgashakti with others’ muteness corroborates doubts only. The incident is more than enough to stir up the entire nation. While all are condemning the Uttar Pradesh government, both Akhilesh Yadav and his accomplices (cabinet ministers) are not ready to heed sane voices.   

On the other hand, India is indeed toying and how – it can be found from its virtual surrender to Pakistan making violation of LoC at Punch sector in Kashmir a habit. Only eight months back Pakistani army severed heads of two Indian soldiers to display its brutality and now 5 Indian soldiers have been killed by the same demons. At this time Pakistani soldiers started firing indiscriminately from other side of the border. India-Pakistan border in Kashmir remains sensitive always and to evade any further crises both countries entered into a bilateral agreement and annunciated ceasefire to retain tranquility. But Pakistan, at every time, violates the agreement while India prefers to remain silent. Even if its own countrymen demand a strong reprisal to dastardly and violent acts of Pakistan, the Indian government inhibits soldiers from carrying out counteroffensives.  

Speech of Defence Minister of India, in this context, in the parliament has been most unfortunate. He virtually gave a clean chit to the Pakistani army terming the entire operation as a handiwork of terrorists stationed in that country. The remark created uproar across India evoking strong protests in each echelon of Indian civil society; its intensity made the minister withdraw his statement.

Pakistan has turned the notion of slaying Indian soldiers into a habit; a chronicle enough to disgrace India in the global arena. But nothing can be done as leaders in Indian Parliament are effete and can’t lead the country anymore.  And this cruel reality has made Indians furious; their patience is simply on the brink of collapse. What Indians want now is clear – strongest reply to the aggressions of Pakistan in a row since fire can be contained by fire only. India can be saved thus or the venomous impact of Pakistani aggression will continue to grow up. Either Indian leaders will have to listen to, honor people’s sentiment or forsake power.  

Saturday, July 20, 2013

Mamata and fraudulent, opportunist Anandabazar

It seems the whole of West Bengal is in a pit, created by CPIM through their concentrated efforts of long 34 years, and hence, the suffering of inhabitants in the state will continue. Well, indeed Mamata Banerjee endeavored to take Bengal out of this ancestral ditch but now it appears that not her all efforts to do the same have failed only but she is in the ditch, thanks to her injudicious activities, also. Surely, this happens to be the main cause behind her mounting impatience, portrayed almost at each time.

But the reverse should have occurred and this was the only expectation of citizens in Bengal. It’s known to all that she was playing like a bold cricketer initially but (as usual) sledging against her started soon (when the opposition, both political parties and their supportive media, failed to defeat her straightforwardly). And the same is being done by Anandabazar group, especially ABP Ananda Channel, for CPIM. But it was the same media group that simply cajoled Mamata Banerjee in the wake of her historic success through uprooting then Left Front government in Bengal.  While on one hand, results of assembly election were coming out, Mamata was busy in giving an interview in the studio of ABP Ananda. The cordiality of ABP Group had impressed Mamata lots and that was the beginning of her imprudence. 

Mamata was literally overwhelmed to have the warmth of Anandabazar. What she failed to realize is that a leopard can’t change its spots. She failed to recognize the deceptive nature of ABP and is paying a heavy cost of it these days. It’s natural for CPIM and Lefts to oppose Mamata and she had the capability to inflict a humiliating defeat on them but unfortunately she doesn’t have the power to deal with the tsunami of sledging by Anandabazar now and owing to her lack of knowledge, she has become an easy prey to a few pimps like Kunal Ghosh. These people are solely responsible for setting up a link between Mamata and infamous Saarada Group. They made Mamata comprehend that the Saarada Group would satisfy her needs of establishing a powerful media to tackle mounting sledging of ABP group.

Thus, there is no end to her mistakes and one is followed by the next one successfully. Her reliable generals in this front have become nothing save for criminals or clowns to the public. On the other hand, rising Muslim appeasements of Mamata have created despair among her Hindu supporters; the despair is turning into a stiff opposition more and more. People, virtually, have started to believe that limitless, reckless Muslim appeasement of Mamata (for narrow political gains) is endangering Bengali Hindus and also destructing the basis of Bengal completely. None except CPIM is drawing a good profit from this and ongoing events confirm one that Mamata has lost her self-confidence. Whereas she could have dealt with the Kamduni incident easily by speaking with womenfolk like Tumpa and Mousumi Kayal, they were branded as Maoists, the exact definition of which remains an enigma to them yet.

Anandabazar has the sole credit to despoil the conviction of Mamata. The media group tried to have its own profits by cajoling Mamata but her stern measure has turned ABP Group into a foe.

Bengal is having a critical time hence, and is also at a juncture of history. And criminals, dishonest businessmen and Islamists are taking advantage of this uncertainty. While the saga of industrialization and overall development of Bengal has halted, Bengali Hindus have become the worst sufferers. To save Bengal from this there is the need of a leader like Abraham Lincoln or Winston Churchill or Konrad Adenauer. Mamata has broken a fort but she doesn’t have the ability to create a new one – experience of last 2 years bring forth this cruel truth categorically.    

Saturday, June 22, 2013

Minority community animated with onset of Panchayat Election

West Bengal State Election Commission, after lots of heated exchanges of words between it and State Government regarding Panchayat Election, has announced the date of Election finally. And the announcement of the same has infused a new stamina within the minority community of the state. The reason is not far to see – the minority community is well aware of the fact that their position will play a great role in the impending Panchayat election. This will be far reaching as well. While the political parties (cutting across political lines) will go on making lofty promises to them, their illegal activities will also not be heeded. To exploit this sudden development, the minority community is leaving no stone unturned.       

An amount worth Rs. 10.5 lakh has already been sanctioned by the government to build up a graveyard at Dwarpara in Balagarh; Imams have demanded the state government for an honorarium of Rs. 10, 000 every month; efforts to make a mosque in a disputed land in Bangaon are unabated.  Apart from this, an intense anti-Hindu mindset among the minority community has also been noticed these days.

These include assault on Puja procession at Kaliachak, Malda; desecration of Holy idol of Goddess at a temple in Midnapur; torture as regards fencing a legal land of Hindus at Kantapukur, Bagnan; development of myriad illegal arms factories in various districts – there is simply no end to such precarious instances. All these indicate that minority people are aware of their own stakes best and these are being done through harming Hindus altogether. It’s also evident (if all these are in full swing) that they will attain their goal by mingling the greater part of West Bengal with Bangladesh.

But intellectuals go on with their old notions – terming Muslims as uneducated, backward and politically unconscious – all these make a commoner wonder the sagacity of these intellects, eulogized day in and day out. Can there be anyone who relies on these baseless ideas? The instances submitted above do confirm how Muslims are conscious of their political and communal sakes.   

To make this analysis more sagacious, a few instances of pre-partition or pre-1947 Bengal must be taken into account. The entire state, then, was divided between 54% Muslims and 46% Hindus. Hence, three interim governments in Bengal preceding the partition in 1947 were headed by Muslims in a row. And this was nothing but the best instance of a strong political consciousness among Muslims. No representative of any minority community can head the government in a land dominated by Muslims. We failed to comprehend this cruel truth then and the same tradition of fallacy has been going on yet.

For this sole reason, we have been continuing to lick boots of Muslims unashamedly.   

Some other pertinent facts must also be considered at this juncture. If population of Muslims in West Bengal become same as Hindus or simply outnumber, will it be possible for leaders including Mamata Banerjee, Buddhadeb Bhattacharya, Pradip Bhattacharya, Rahul Sinha to retain their own position. Nazrul Islam, a high-profile police official of Bengal government, has already demanded a Muslim Chief Minister for the state. Well, this claim, similar to the demand of Pakistan by Mohammed Ali Zinnah in 1940, may evoke laughter among people. But Zinnah’s success within a short span of 7 years proved that his demand had not been unfounded anyhow.

Similarly, if the present state of affairs in Bengal goes on unchecked, it’s sure that a Muslim individual will head the state before long. And the aftermath of this is as clear as daylight already – Bengali Hindus will have to surrender and flee en masse from their homeland once more.

West Bengal, as a result, is facing the worst crisis ever since its birth till date. The danger of a disaster is rising steadily and if Bengali Hindus desire to steer clear of this, there is no option for them except to wage a strong defence. Hindu Samhati, comprehending this grave crisis, has engaged itself in fortifying defence measures almost at every nook in the state. Naturally, the struggle is having both defeats and victories but no setback can dampen spirit of Hindu Samhati activists. They are committed in conveying one single message to all – without a united Hindu defence there is no hope. And in its absence future will be the greatest nemesis of their lives.  Deserting the warfront is no solution and there is nothing more ignominious than surrender in life.  Even if there is any defeat, the vigor of struggle remains intact. A novel, vibrant and vigorous Hindu society will come to the fore when this notion will be realized.

It’s, therefore, the time to decide the most apposite path – whether to bow to escalating oppressions by Islamists or wage a robust defence to conduct and complete a Hindu revolution. Let Hindus decide this. 

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Obligation of Hindu Samhati in contemporary West Bengal

Hindu persecution is in full swing in the realm of Indian state of Bengal. There was no exception to the same in last month also. We have learnt about a few of them.

These include – Curfew and conflict between Hindus and police for 3 days (at a stretch) in Ranigunj about rape of a Hindu girl; Islamic assault on Ramnavami procession in Asansol; attack of Muslim radicals on Snanyatra of Gajon ascetics in Ketugram and their success in foiling the religious festival; onslaught of cattle-smugglers, tortures and molestation of Hindu women by them in village: Khaspur, Baduria; attacks on Hindus returning from procession of Ramnavami in Chandannagore; attacks of Muslim youths on a Hindu club in village: Fakirtakia, P.S. Jibantala and injuring Bivas Mandal severely; Hindu-Muslim fight in village: Bakul, P.S. Jagatballabhpur, District: Hooghly;  combat between Hindus and Muslims of conducting Milad in a governmental school at village: Nimichi in Minakha; spontaneous strike in Rampurhat to protest against desecration and destruction of Holy Deity at the Hindu temple in village: Brahmani, P.S. Rampurhat, District: Birbhum; oppression of 2 Hindus by Shahjahan Sheikh (latest political personality to join Trinamool camp from CPIM) at Sarberia in Sandeshkhali; brutal Hindu-Muslim conflict at Radhamani Bazaar in Midnapur; conflict over destruction of temple and mazaar in Midnapore town.

The majority of this news has failed to find a place in mainstream media or daily newspaper; let alone television channels.

All these news have come to our News Desk – but it’s true that myriad such violent developments are taking place across Bengal without interval.

Nevertheless, all these remain inaccessible to the populace in the state. And instead they are getting more and more acquainted with info on political conflicts, Shhaarda Chit Fund scam and certainly IPL. This is a matter of grave concern as such lack of knowledge is not suicidal only but leads to disaster also.       

There is a ray of hope also as activists of Hindu Samhati, unlike ignorant Hindus, are highly conscious of this perilous reality and this can be ascertained from how they are waging defenses against Islamic onslaughts with confidence. Police and administration have turned into greatest foes of Hindus; hence, whenever Hindus (whether commoners or activists of other Hindu organizations) face challenges from Islamists, Hindu Samhati happens to be their last resort.   

Responsibility of Hindu Samhati’s activists, owing to these, has increased to a large extent. Accordingly, we shall have to dedicate ourselves more to the cause. And if success is achieved, we will be regarded in history as the vanguard of Hindu defense against Islamic aggression. But to make this a reality, we have got to remain cautious of more struggles and combats in the coming days.

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Why is there such a vociferous opposition against Hindu Samhati?

Both political pundits and experienced activists do assert that any organization undergoes three stages in its life span – they are disdain and negligence, vigorous opposition and recognition (last and final stage). Now if the saga of fiver years of Hindu Samhati (ever since its inception) is considered – the organization is having the second stage or vigorous opposition at the moment. Hindu Samhati took merely three years to go beyond the first stage and only on the fourth anniversary (2012) we had to face immense repression of the state government.

Even one of our supporters, aged 84, was arrested on flimsy ground as the administration was hell-bent to hinder our fortitude to celebrate fourth anniversary with splendor come what may. The permission to hold the anniversary was also annulled, president of Hindu Samhati – Tapan Ghosh was arrested and even posters of HS were torn (as part of a nasty design) at several places. Official complaints were filed against HS president on same issue (poster and handbill) at various police stations. And in 2013 the repression of state government on Hindu Samhati has intensified altogether.

Police made efforts (in every capacity) to foil 5 th Anniversary of Hindu Samhati on February 14, 2013. But the triumph of Hindus, led by Hindu Samhati, happened to be the only reality. Now, to avenge the defeat, police is leaving no stone unturned, feigned cases are being brought against HS president increasingly by police force of different districts in Bengal. Bosses of police consider that arrest of Tapan Ghosh would be enough to prevent the growth of Hindu Samhati. Is there any more need to state how Hindu Samhati is going through the second stage? If Hindu Samhati can outdo this second stage, no force can prevent advent of the third stage – Recognition of Hindu Samhati in each echelon of Bengal.

But all these lead to another grave question and it is regarding the adversaries or the power excessively determined to halt the progression of Hindu Samhati. Does this opposition come from police force only? It can’t be accepted; police has nothing to do with this and it is no secret, Hindu Samhati receives the support of police at several places.  Who is using police against Hindu Samhati then? It can’t be anyone except the ruling party in Bengal – Trinamool Congress.

What makes Trinamool Congress oppose Hindu Samhati? Hindu Samhati is no political outfit; neither does it contest in election nor has it ever impeded TMC’s political ride. It must be stated with conviction, Hindu Samhati does consider CPIM as an equally pro-Muslim and anti-Hindu party and there is no confidence on BJP even in this respect. If the position of BJP is considered truly, it is not more than slender at all and Hindu Samhati activists do abide by the instruction – that political party, ready to work for Hindus, has got to be supported only.

According to our analysis, no political party in Bengal can be supported hence. Why is Trinamool Congress recklessly determined to crush Hindu Samhati then? It’s the time for activists and supporters of Hindu Samhati to grasp this reality.

To cut a long story short, both Trinamool Congress and its supreme leader, Mamata Banerjee, are being controlled by Islamic fundamentalist forces, unabated in Bengal these days. Muslim leadership in Bengal does assert (time and again) that 30% Muslim population in Bengal has played the pivotal role behind the ascension of Trinamool Congress and forming the state government finally. However, no leader is there in TMC who can speak for Hindus.

Now, the issue is regarding Hindu support for Trinamool Congress. Didn’t Hindus vote for TMC extensively in the last assembly election in 2011? Could it be possible for TMC to count on Muslim votes to topple the 34-year old Left Front Government? But there is no one to say all these stridently – any such comment may make the speaker a Hindu. And a Hindu in India is nothing save a stinking communal whereas a Muslim happens to be a secular. Monopolistic control of Islamists on TMC is established, as a result. And indebted Mamata started to show her true color almost instantaneously; not a single program did take place when Mamata didn’t appear in an Islamic robe. Toha Siddique and Imam Barkati became her best friends; she gloated while being photographed along with her two great Muslim friends. To garner more supports of Muslims, she went on appeasing them in every sphere. These include reservations for Muslims, establishment of minority colleges and thus she added a novel aspect to the culture of democracy and secularism in independent India.

Some of those are worth mentioning – rendering subsidies to Imams and Muazzeins, making study of Islamic history and Arabic language compulsory for students in disciplines of engineering and medicine in the University of Alia (a government-funded educational institution). But all these have failed even to satisfy Muslims in Bengal. To have more they literally warned Mamata in public at the Red Road show for Namaz on Eid – they stated that Muslims would dump TMC like CPIM unless their demands are not met. As a result, to evade any such uncertainty, Mamata, started behaving like an obedient student of Islamists.          

Muslim radicals flexed their muscles at many places across Bengal – attacking police (in places like Mograhat, Kulpi, JInbantala), burning down Hindu villages (at Taranagar, Rupnagar, Rasa, Naliakhali). But, at each place, it became impossible for police to touch Muslim miscreants, let alone putting them behind the bars. Police was categorically instructed to steer clear of any such conflicts and arresting Islamists in particular.

Hindu Samhati, in such a vicious environment, is making Hindus conscious of all these; it is also siding with persecuted Hindus in each area. Without doubt, leadership of fundamentalist Muslims is aware of this and hence, it is instructing Mamata, Trinamool supremo and also Chief Minister of Bengal, to crush Hindu Samhati on the whole. Or else Muslim vindictiveness will not spare Mamata – Trinamool will get a harsh lesson of disobedience in the Panchayat, Lok Sabha elections round the corner.     

This happens to be the basic and most formidable reason behind vociferous opposition to Hindu Samhati. If Islamic leadership gets victorious to squash Hindu Samhati, the chronicle of Hindu defence against mounting Islamization in Bengal will end for eternity. Bengal, in that case, will become another edition of Bangladesh or Kashmir soon.

We, Hindus have lost East Bengal and can’t lose Bengal. We will not become refugees anymore and do not want to live as coward, spineless Bengalis.

For this reason, Hindu Samhati will have to go beyond the second stage in any way. West Bengal must be saved. Hindu Samhati started its journey to fulfill a divine mission; it is blessed by Maa Kali.

To make our struggle triumphant and also to outdo this strident opposition, we pray to Maa Kali for her blessing.   

Saturday, March 9, 2013

February 14: Festivity or Resolve?

Fifth anniversary of Hindu Samhati on February 14, 2013 was celebrated with gaiety and presence of thousands of Hindu youths, struggling against Muslim radicals in every nook of Bengal, winning the battle and thus, saving the Hindu society from dangers, helped the occasion to attain a new height of success. Like the previous year, Trinamool-led Bengal government, ceding to Muslim vote bank, left no stone unturned to foil this anniversary too. And the High Court, like the previous year, turned out to be the last bastion for Hindu Samhati to have the necessary permission.

Youths dedicating their lives to strengthen Hindu Samhati and its ideals have realized that struggle remains the one and only mainstay for them. While they are fighting against Muslim ruffians in tens of thousands of villages across the state, state leadership of Hindu Samhati is engaged in a fight against Muslim-appeasing government and administration.

Owing to the historic success on every year, February 14, by now, has turned into an especial day, virtually a grand festival to the Hindu youths. Well, there is a cause of concern too all at once. We are firm to make the very day as a Day of Resolve. February 14 has got to be made a day of sacrifice when Hindu youths en masse will avow to sacrifice more and fortify the ongoing struggle. Is a festive mood okay at this hour? Can small victories lead to any sort of gratification?

Hindus are being persecuted down the ages (for more than a millennium at least) in every capacity; their lands have been grabbed more and more and not a single inch of those has been recovered yet, let alone the loss of population including millions of casualties and forced conversion. What is more, Islamic onslaught is set to ravage Hindu lives day in and day out. How can one hope for satisfaction and festivity in such an environment?

It’s, therefore, the most opportune time to make Hindu youths, activists of Samhati realize – the struggle has commenced only and to win the battle there is the need of colossal sacrifices. If there is any desire to hinder the saga of millennium-old Hindu persecution, one generation has to dedicate itself completely and firmly to the cause. Why don’t we think over the history of this struggle? We have lost a vast land of Gandhar, Sindh, Punjab, Kashmir and Bengal; more than 30 thousands of Hindu temples have been devastated; temples at Ayodhya, Mathura and Kashi have been desecrated and demolished; tens of thousands of Hindu women have been sold in markets of Middle East; Hindu properties have been looted at random while hundred thousands of Hindu women have been raped and millions of Hindus have turned into hapless refugees.

On the word of Swami Vivekananda, 400 millions of Hindus have become extinct due to Islamic onslaughts whereas Will Durant, internationally reputed historian, considers “Islamic aggression in India is bloodiest chapter in history.” The same struggle is going on in every village of Bengal at the moment. Can all these wars be won easily? It can’t be; hence, we invoke Hindu youths in Bengal – to struggle with all your heart.

We will definitely not get anything in return; we will only be remembered by the history and our posterity for their safety, security and prosperity. And if we fail to sacrifice ourselves now, West Bengal will become another Islamic citadel and Bengalis will become refugees once more. Whether it’s Panchla, Jhaubona, Deganga or Taranagar-Rupnagar, Khoyrasole, Naliakhali, every incident does convey the same horror.              

This history has to be changed; we are intent to indoctrinate Hindu youths thus. February 14 is the Day of that Resolution.