Islamic Force of Persecution must be stopped by Force
A single individual can create a history; a single event can also be far-reaching; likewise if a group of Hindu women vows to halt recurrent Islamic atrocities on Hindus, especially women, (in full swing through centuries) it is also historic and how valiant it can be got manifest on the Second Women Conference of Hindu Samhati on June 22, 2012 at the Bharat Sabha (Indian Association) Hall.
A large number of Hindu women representing various parts of Bengal, both witnesses, victims of and also warriors against the rise of Islamic fundamentalism in the state and its mounting persecutions, gathered on the occasion. The conference was presided by Mr. Tapan Ghosh (President, Hindu Samhati) and people who graced the dais (on the occasion) included Veer Mata Sumitra Devi Kothari, Mrs. Hena Das, Amaresh Mukherjee, Samir Guha Roy (State Secretary, Hindu Samhati), Tilak Ganguly (State President – Janata Party), Ranteswar Sarkar.
Mr. Tapan Ghosh, at the outset, through his fiery oratory, made people ascertain the fast worsening situation in Bengal and how the entire political spectrum along with state administration have become easy preys to Islamists. He also cited myriad instances, from 24 Paraganas (both North and South) and other districts like Howrah, Hooghly and Nadia, that proclaim Islamists have a single agenda – their lust for Hindu women is unending and through persistent torturing of Hindu women they desire to destruct the fundament of Hindu society in the Indian state of Bengal and turn it into a new Pakistan once and for all.
Nevertheless, Hindu women, under the aegis of Hindu Samhati, and their valiant struggles alongside Hindu men have become the greatest stumbling block to this lofty dream of theirs and each and every woman speaker in the conference reiterated the same chronicle.
How can there be differences between experiences of such valiant fighters? Whether she is Kanika Mandal or Papiya Mandal or a speaker from Chanditala – Hooghly or Joynagar or Swarupnagar or even Bangaon, every woman, through narrating her own experiences and struggles (continual), brought to the fore the most brutal reality – Islamists along with their cohorts in administration are holding the state of Bengal to ransom ( a new form of Jiziya?) and other than waging relentless struggle against this perilous nexus, there is no hope for Hindus, in particular, their womenfolk.
Presence of Mr. Tapan Ghosh beside every woman speaker reminded all how Dronacharya used to lead Pandavas in every struggle.
As said by Devi Bhagavatam, "If Shiva be deprived of Kula Kundalini Shakti, He becomes a lifeless corpse. She is present everywhere, in everything, in this universe, from highest Brahma to the lowest blade of grass. Verily, everything becomes quite inert, if deprived of force. Thus the omnipotent Shakti, the wise call by the name of Brahma."