Hindus were at that time in Bengal, Hindus inhabit Bengal these days as well…………………….. those were the tumultuous days of 1946 when then Muslim League government, to retain Islamists’ sway on Calcutta (second city of the British Empire after London) so as to make the city mainstay to extend its pernicious two-nation theory, hatched a conspiracy to exterminate Hindus in Calcutta racially once and for all.
August 16, 1946, infamous as the Direct Action Day in history, commenced the journey under Muslim League Government thus – marked by organized pogroms against Hindus and Sikhs in the city, an unimaginable saga in the 20 th century. There were not widespread attacks on Hindus and Sikhs only but what became apparent was the Islamist intention of refusing to let Hindus exist also.
It was a crucial juncture of history – any yielding to this sordid fate would have sealed fate of Bengali Hindus forever – Bengali Hindus, consequently, refused to give in and what happened under the aegis of Gopal Chandra Mukherjee (a.k.a Gopal Pantha) was a violent repulsion to this Islamic onslaught. The valorous retort against an established army of Islamist mobs, backed by Muslim League Government – headed by Suhrawardy, balled Islamists over throughout the globe.
The out-and-out battle waged by Hindus, under the leadership of Goapl Pantha, turned the tide – a battle that can be easily compared with the heroic and violent struggles of Bappa Rawal, Maha Rana Pratap and Guru Govind Singh against Islamists.
What should be done now?
It’s the time to worship Gopal Chandra Mukherjee – the time when Islamists’ precarious strategy to Islamize Bengal with India is getting evident ever more with each day it passes.
Come, witness and worship the Kshatriya spirit of Gopal Pantha on August 16, 2012, in the convention of Hindu Samhati – Gopal Mukherjee Day.
Get inspired and learn the worth of “Uttishtha He Kapurusha Ma Swapsi Shatrunirjita; Kshamabanniramarjascha Naiba Stri Na Punaha Puman” – Don’t remain a coward when enemies ravage the Dharmic territory; rise up; He who remains tolerant, does not fume despite getting devastated, does not trounce the onslaught by enemies is neither a man nor a woman but an impotent. (Udyog Parva – Srimad Bhagavad Gita).
No more Submission but Onrush.