The stage was all set and with the election commission’s promulgation of Lok Sabha Election, 2014, political parties, with exception to none, have initiated their quest to clutch New Delhi, both capital and final seat of power in India. It is no more a secret that the parliamentary election will take place through 5 phases in the state of Bengal and only after May 16 (the date of counting) the destiny will get apparent. As a result, it’s the time for any political party or candidate to overwhelm rivals no matter what it takes. The saga has commenced in Bengal as well but it seems that there is one objective here and it is to attain the blessings of minority community, especially Muslims. No stone, in this respect, is left unturned to have Islamic approval and almost every day, candidates along with their political bosses are witnessed to visit Imams or mazars. A few political pundits have termed this as worst instance of brazenness. But there is no sane brain to listen to this erudition that can preclude insidious fallouts.
It is no wonder that CPIM and reigning Trinamool Congress are abiding by this saga of weird secularism. But BJP is also adopting this endeavor fast and its parliamentary candidates have already been witnessed to seek succor from Muslim religious leaders. What an irony! BJP is considered both as precursor and custodian of Hindus in India. And the principal parties in the state including Trinamool Congress, CPIM and Congress never miss an opportunity to dub BJP as a Hindu communal outfit. There is an old adage – whenver a Hindu consumes beef, he gets more anti-Hindu than a common Islamist. BJP is also in the same category now, it sounds as if.
This burgeoning trend of placating Muslims all the time is leading to a destruction altogether and no political party is ready to comprehend this cruel truth. None is also unaware that any such development will harm Hindus ultimately. The situation was out of the frying pan and now it is going to be into the fire thanks to enterprises of Rezzaq Mollah to change Bengal’s political scenario through his own novel Dalit-Muslim axis. This is a heinous conspiracy only and the sole aim is to destruct Hindus. It may be unknown to the readers but such a movement had sprung during the tumultuous days of partition of the Indian subcontinent in 1947 too. The same Dalit-Muslim axis had become the greatest obstacle to Hindu unity then and had Hindus remained united, they wouldn’t have to relinquish their ancestral lands in (then) East Bengal and enter West Bengal in their thousands.
The same sinister approach is prevailing Bengal’s political spectrum after several decades; Rezzaq Mollah is hell-bent to make his dream project of alliance between Dalit Hindus and Muslims a great success. Once this outfit gets powerful, Hindus will have to abandon Bengal en masse. Following it, the state will be removed from India and will be attached to Bangladesh. As soon as this diabolical endeavor becomes triumphant, Dalit Hindus will be kicked out from this new Islamic territory. Thus, there will be repetition of Barisal genocide of 1949-50. It is worth remembering, the self-claimed custodian of Dalit Hindus or Jogen Mandal had to flee then East Pakistan as pauper. Later on, this crestfallen leader accepted that there can’t be any unity between Muslims and Hindus ever. The same theory has come forth through Mollah now and the year is 2014 instead of 1947.
Political parties are devoid of any time to heed all these. When the lust of money and power prevails, patriotism as well as honesty becomes synonymous to laughingstocks. Aren’t Hindus responsible for this deplorable condition too? Hindu society is bootless and this has been proved time and again. If 36 Hindus assemble at any table even, six ideologies will come forth and these diverging views are enough to raze the notion of Hindu vote bank. The absence of a brawny, influential Hindu vote bank encourages all to placate Muslims. It is high time to erect a Hindu vote bank both in Bengal and India.
What’s the duty of Hindu Samhati’s activists in the parliamentary election? They have been asked to steer clear of supporting any particular political party and to opt for candidates having zeal to better situations for Hindus.