Hindus thrashed savagely in Joynagar for protesting obscenity of radical Muslims
Hindus have been thrashed brutally by radical Muslims once more and this time in village: ChakKalinagar, P.S. Joynagar, village Panchayat: Shahjadapur, District: 24 Paraganas (South), on February 23, 2013.
The gruesome incident took place around 9. 30 pm but the trouble started at 8.30 pm on the very day when Dulal Halder, Hindu individual living in village: ChakKalinagar, was returning to his residence along with 3 Muslims (all were quite drunk by then) from Chuknagar. All of them were found to sing Hindi songs loudly while a few Hindu youths asked them to remain quiet. Even if Dulal gave in, 3 Muslim youths denied, continued to sing and went on arguing audaciously. A few other Hindu youths also gathered there to retain serenity in the village.
Finding no other option, Hindu youths beat all of them and even Dulal was not spared. He did also have to pay a heavy price for his immodesty. Muslim culprits fled to their village: Chuknagar but warning Hindus that they would face dire consequences soon.
Three drunken Muslim youths returned to ChakKalinagar at 9.30 pm but along with a contingent of 100 Muslim radicals (at least), armed with both common weapons like axe, bamboo sticks, hockey sticks and firearms. And without wasting a single moment they began to thrash Hindus, especially those youths who had thrashed the 3 Muslim ruffians.
The attack was so abrupt that Hindus had hardly any option left to defend themselves; Hindu youths, as a result, were beaten mercilessly leaving SriKrishna Halder, Animesh Halder and Sujit Halder heavily wounded. It has been learnt, SriKrishna Halder had to endure six stitches.
Police has refused to accept any FIR in this regard; people consider that local politicians are pressurizing police to refrain from arresting 3 Muslim criminals.
Hindu Samhati regularly monitors and reports violations against Hindus in West Bengal. We also work with both governmental and NGO agencies for proper education on protection and ensure remedies to the Hindu populace as per prevailing law of the land.