Saturday, November 30, 2013

Hindu Shrine attacked in Gagrabari, S 24 Parganas; police arrests the victim along with the aggressors

If you thought Tarapith was the only place which came under jihadi attack today, think again. Be it popular Hindu religious places like Tarapith in the district of Birbhum or the remote village of Gagrabari under Kanthalberia panchayat in South 24 Parganas district, Hindus are often at the receiving end Relentless attacks in West Bengal. There used to be a Hindu temple consecrated to Sheetala Mata deity in Gagrabari village of Basanti police station. As the property of the temple was being encroached upon by local Muslims, apprehensive Hindus put a fence around the area. On 27th November, a Muslim named Hamid Poddar trespassed into the area of the temple and started making haystacks along with his sons and other members of his community. 

Hindus vehemently opposed their actions and asked them to leave the premises at once but Hamid Poddar and his sons Monirul Sardar and Nazir Sardar not only refused to leave quietly but attacked the Hindu protesters accompanied by Nabir Ali Sardar (son of Aljubbar Sardar), Ujir Ali, Sabir Ali Mollah and few others. 

The Hindu residents - among them, Biplab Santra (son of Bishwanath Santra), Sanjay Jana (son of Gour Jana), Sadhan Maity (son of Late Panchu Maity), Paritosh Santra (son of Laxman Santra), Ramkrishna Adhikary (son of Radhanath Adhikary) along with a lady Putul Adhikari were injured in the attack. Biplab Santra received a terrible blow on his head that resulted in skull fracture. Even though it appears that the incident was instigated by the trespassing of Hamid and his companions, police arrested 6 Hindus along with 4 Muslims. Biplab Santra who had a serious injury was not even offered any medical assistance but was kept behind the bar. At the time of reporting, Biplab has been released by the police but Paritosh is still under custody along with 3 other members from the attacking Muslim community.

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.

Tarapith – no more in safe custody

As per reports to the news desk of Hindu Samhati, serious clashes broke out between Hindus and Muslims at Tarapith in Birbhum, renowned Hindu pilgrimage across the globe, on 27 th November. Reportedly, the scuffle initiated once a few Muslim youths living in neighboring Fulir Gaon tried to disrupt the traditional Kartick Puja held behind the Tarapith temple at this time every year. To stave off any further deterioration, organizers of the Puja along with others built up a firm resistance. However, it turned to be abortive ultimately as the Muslim youths retreated to their own village of Fakirpara but they came back soon and with more street fighters. The hotspot calmed down due to the efforts of local police and to prevent any such development again, a large contingent of police personnel was deployed.  Mutual distrust and simmering tension prevail the environs.  

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.

Communal hostility over fishery in Sandeshkhali, woman assaulted but saved by heroic efforts of husband

Achintya Bhowmik and his wife Sujata Bhowmik own a fishery conjointly in the village of Bermojur Hatkhola under the jurisdiction of Sandeshkhali police station in the district of South 24 Paraganas and the couple is known as amiable in the environs. However, both their amiability and economic strength became eyesore to a few local gangsters and with the end to seize the entire property from the couple, the same felons attacked the fishery at 2 am on November 5, 2013. It has been learnt, culprits including Hasanur Ghazi (son of Kousar Ghazi), Motalef Ghazi (son of Jubbar Ghazi), Rezaul Ghazai (son of Rezzaq Ghazi), Habibullla Sheikh (son of Kasem Sheikh), Salauddin Ghazi (son of Yakub Ghazi living in Bermojur Madrasapur) entered the tract silently first and asked Achintya to come out from the makeshift room used by the couple to guard the piscary.  Terming them as petty businessman, Sujata asked them to collect fish and go away. But Hasanur was not in a mood to be cowed and hence, he asked Achintya once more to come out. Sujata, at this time, stated that Achintya was not in the room and taking it as the best opportunity, the group barged into the room or the couple’s small shelter.

 The gang tried to strip and rape Sujata first. To save themselves, Achintya also counterstriked Hasanur and soon, both of them fell into the fishery. Sensing danger three culprits fled but it was Motalef who attacked the couple with a sharp knife and Sujata was injured viciously. In due course, Achintya overpowered Hasanur and fastened both of his hands with a saree of Sujata that Hasanur and his henchmen tried to strip her of. Later on, in the morning, Achintya brought Hasanur to the market where the gangster was thrashed by people en masse. Hasanur Ghazi has been admitted to a hospital in Kolkata and as per latest information, his condition seems to be critical. An FIR was filed against Achintya Bhowmik and a few others by local Muslims – First Information Report No. 495/13 dated 07/11/2013 under sections 341/325/307/34 Indian Penal Code. Achintya also lodged an First Information Report against the aforesaid members of the gang – First Information Report No. 494/13 dated 07/11/2013 under sections 474/325/307/34 Indian Penal Code. However, no criminal has been arrested yet. 

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.

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Bangladesh : Genocide Now, Taliban Soon
Bangladesh is on the road to becoming another Afghanistan, fulfilling the clearly stated desires of jihadists and fundamentalists, according to Bangladeshis who have fled their homeland.
Imams describe women as filth and demand that they cover themselves. They accuse exploited female garment workers of prostitution when they are forced to work late into the night to earn a living. Schoolchildren have to dress in Islamic garb, even if they are not Muslims. Workers are discriminated against if they are other than Muslim. Land grabs by Muslims of property owned by minorities occur all the time -- with impunity. Atheist bloggers are beaten and even killed for "insulting Islam," and all this under the supposedly secular Awami League administration.

The Hindu empire once stretched from Afghanistan to Indonesia, before the Muslim invasions whittled it down. According to Dr. Sachi Dastidar, professor of politics at the State University of New York at Old Westbury, Long Island, forty-nine million Hindus are missing from the Bangladesh census over the period of 1947 to 2001. At the time of the partition of India in 1947, Hindus comprised thirty-one percent of the population of Bangladesh. The population of Hindus in Bangladesh is now down to a mere nine percent. The numbers are shrinking very fast due to coerced conversions; the kidnapping of girls and women, as well as rapes followed by murder; forced flight -- and genocidal massacres.

In the near future, all the non-Muslims may be "ethnically cleansed" from Bangladesh. The world will have lost one more part of the globe to fundamentalists and gained one more staging ground for new attacks on the West.

The minority population in Bangladesh lives under constant fear of loss of life and property, especially in the countryside, where Muslim transgressions more easily escape being publicized.

Imagine this: You are a peasant farmer living in a thatched house in a remote area. You and your brother try to keep a vigil during the night, expecting another raid, since there have been frequent attacks on your neighbors. Men with torches come at three in the morning and set fire to your house, after dragging out your wife and two daughters, ages nine and thirteen. You must fight alone, because your brother was mutilated by the same men in a previous raid. All his fingers were cut off, and his right leg was amputated at the hip so that he would suffer lifelong humiliation as well as disability.

You are beaten and bound, forced to watch the gang-rapes of your wife and daughters. Your house and all your possessions are burned beyond use.

Your wife and daughters are afraid to file a complaint with the police, because they know that the police usually do not prosecute the attackers -- and they may even turn on the victims. (All this, to say nothing of having to bear the shame of being sexually violated.) You have talked with your neighbors about mounting a stronger defense against the frequent attacks, but all of you feel demoralized, knowing that scores or even hundreds of armed men have descended on others like you to punish you for having the temerity to fight back.

You consider fleeing with your family but do not want to give up the land that has belonged to your ancestors for hundreds of years. But if you stay on your land, which is the only life you know, you may very well be killed.

Such is life today in Bangladesh for Hindus, as well as for all the other minorities: Buddhists, Christians, atheists, and animists. The details of this sketch are all too real. They were culled from photos and verbal descriptions of the persecution of the minorities compiled by a human rights organization of Bangladeshi Americans, the Bangladesh Hindu Buddhist Christian Unity Council.

The Bangladesh Unity Council will meet on November 20, 2013 in Washington D.C. with the House Committee on Foreign Affairs. Hopefully this time they will see results, since the same group has been meeting with other U.S. officials since 1999 without any sign of improvement.

An immediate concern is the upcoming national elections in Bangladesh, because in this aspiring democracy, ironically, elections bring fresh new pogroms against the minorities.

This is not to say that every Muslim in this Muslim-majority country participates in or accepts these atrocities. On the contrary, there are Muslim intellectuals who write frequent articles decrying their country's slide toward sharia and jihad.

The international press, however, has barely noticed Bangladesh's descent into fundamentalist hell, and the threat it poses to world security.

Worldwide attention and political intervention may be able to help slow down this disaster. But that takes time. Most immediately, however, support is needed to stop the ongoing genocide. To meet immediate needs for survival, non-violent physical assistance to protect endangered communities must be considered.

Madeline Brooks is a counter-jihad activist and writer, based in New York City. She can be reached at

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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.

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Nisha Hari goes missing with Mohammed Imran without knowledge of her parents in Hatiara, Kolkata

Nisha Hari is 16 years’ old daughter of Jitendra Hari and a student of Ananda Sundari Vidyalaya at Deshbandhunagar in Baguiati. She is a resident of Dakshin Math Subhaspalli in Hatiara under the jurisdiction of New Town police station in North 24 Parganas and is known as a modest girl in the vicinity. She went to the school on 8th October and had not returned to her home. The worried family was aghast over the absence of their daughter but left no stone unturned searching for her in all directions but no success has been attained. It has been learnt after lots of inquiries that Nisha has purportedly eloped with Mohammed Imran who is middle-aged and also the father of two children. Imran is the son of Mohammed Islam and living in Hatiara Ghuni and is a cab driver by profession. Local people consider Imran to be highly proficient in enticing girls and exploiting them thereafter. It appears that Nisha is his latest victim.  Albeit Nisha’s father went to the police station of Baguiati on 9th October with a few people, they had to remain content through filing a general diary No. 536 dated 09/10/2013. It appears that an important reason for police inaction is that the Sub-Inspector at the police station due to Abdul Kalam had tried his best to protect Mohammed Imran from the law. Nevertheless, he failed ultimately as locals went the police station in throngs and forced the police to file a First Information Report (FIR number 520/13 dated 09/10/2013 under sections 363 and 366 of Indian Penal Code). Hindu Samhati activists had phoned the Block Development Officer (BDO) of Rajarhat and thanks to his assistance, they met Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (ADCP – Airport Branch) along with Jitendra Hari who has assured them of all possible help. The appalled family is having sleepless nights at the moment in search of their beloved daughter.

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.

Minor girl goes missing from Shantipur, Nadia, FIR filed against suspect Shoaib Ali

Kaberi Kundu, 16-year old student of Saratkumar High School and living in Ward number 11 of Dokantala Shantipur under the jurisdiction of police station of Shantipur in the district of Nadia went missing on 24 th October and she has not returned to her residence yet. It has come to knowledge, Kaberi went to private tuition at 7 am on the same day and was kidnapped midway by Shoaib Ali. Shoaib is of 30 years old; he is the son of late Shamser Ali and lives in Ward number 12 within Durgatala Shantipur under the jurisdiction of same police station. Kaberi’s father and relatives lodged a general diary number 1293 on 24 th October but searching for her went on for the next three days. Once complicity of Shoaib Ali in the case was confirmed, the aghast family filed a First Information Report against him in the Shantipur police station on October 27 – First Information Report number 646/13 dated 27.10.2013.

Kaberi’s father received phone calls on both 28 th and 29 th October from a person who introduced himself as Abdul Karim Sheikh, a resident of Jangipur in Murshidabad and also the brother-in-law of Shoaib. He promised to return Kaberi on 29 th October within 11 am. Despite this was informed to the Shantipur police station, no approach has been adopted by the administration to find Kaberi out. 

The role of Partha Roy who is Officer-In-Charge of Shantipur police station seems to be diabolical. To conceal his own inactivity as regards saving Kaberi from the clutch of kidnappers, especially Shoaib Ali, he has been found busy to make use of the canard of 'communalism'. Reportedly, he has advised a telephoner, anxious to know of Kaberi’s whereabouts, not to disturb him anymore since the girl’s father has no interest in recovering her. He said on record that 'it creates communal tension'. Hence the matter should be left out."

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.

Friday, November 1, 2013

"SHUBHA DEEPAWALI" --- Deepawali Message From Tapan Ghosh To All Brothers And Sisters Across The Hindu Diaspora

"Every Hindu Must Take an Oath on This Sacred Occasion to Fight Against The Asuras (Jehadi Demons) of Today." ..
Tapan Ghosh..., President of Hindu Samhati 



On the auspicious occasion of Deepawali, celebrating the home coming of Sri Ram and the slaying of the demon Narakasura by Sri Krishna, I convey my best wishes to all on behalf of Hindu Samhati.

On this hallowed occasion marking the TRIUMPH of Sacred over Evil, I have but one Prayer. I pray that all Hindus whose forefathers have been driven out of their homes by the Islamic aggressors from Afghanistan to Bangladesh, Kashmir to Assam or from any other part of Akhand Bharat, observe this day by taking a vow. Let us solemnly resolve that one day they will return to their ancestral home after defeating the Jihadi Ravanas of Kali Yuga - just like Sri Ram eliminated Ravan of Treta Yug and just like Sri Krishna eliminated the demon Narakasura of Dwapar Yug.

From Kamakhya to Dhakeshwari, From Kalighat to Kanyakumari, From Hinglaj to Durgiana, One Billion Hindus will be celebrating Deepawali by worshipping Devi Matrika (the Mother-Goddess). Let us all pray to Bhavatarini, the redeemer of the world, to protect the homelands of the Hindus from devastation, to save the honor of our women and provide strength to our youth. Let Shakti Devi provide us the courage to fight back against persecution.

We beseech Maha Kali for her invincible power and blessings so that we too can perform the same sacred duty she did while slaying the demon Rakta-beeja. We are yet to get justice in the hallowed grounds of Ramjanmabhoomi in Ayodhya. We have no movements to wrest full control over the most venerable temples at Mathura and Kashi, or the thousands of other Hindu pilgrimage sites that either remain desecrated or are under the control of the Jihadis. Let us pray on this sacred day to obtain justice for reclaiming these holy places.

Every Hindu Must Take an Oath on This Sacred Occasion to Fight Against the Asuras (Jehadi Demons) of Today.

And so we shall pray together to the Mother Goddess…

”Om asatoma sat gamaya, tamaso ma jyotir gamaya, mrityorma amritam gamayo”

Lead us from Falsehood to Truth
Lead us from Darkness to Light
Lead us from Death to Immortality

Vande Mataram

Tapan Ghosh
President, Hindu Samhati