Malancha Finally Salutes Hindu Resurgence
The triumph of unified resistance of Hindus at Malancha, under Minakha P.S. in Basirhat sub division of North 24 Parganas district has been one of the most decisive developments in the movement to set up Hindu sense of worth in the realm of the Indian state of West Bengal. It has also been found to invigorate Hindu youngsters in the pertinent locale, thinking otherwise (even in the recent past) getting trounced in the hands of communal Islamic activists a common feature.
The changed disposition and approach both within the local administration and Muslims does prove that the flare up among Hindus has been too hard for them to digest.
This is proved best from the meeting happening on year-end 2010 at Malancha to set up and retain harmony in the local surroundings and joined by representatives of all leading political parties, under the aegis of the administration. Hindu Samhati was also invited to take part in the aforesaid meeting and the organization became involved in it through Pradeep Das, its senior activist. The meeting ended peacefully with every party ensuring of their assistance to retain harmony in the locality.