Saturday, May 10, 2014

Dedicated, brawny Hindu vote bank in India can overcome Bangladeshi cancer

What prevails Bengal now is alteration of truth and with deliberate, malicious intent.  Never before the illegal infiltration from Bangladesh and also the sordid fate of Hindus there had occupied a prime spot in Indian politics and when it is finally there amid the Lok Sabha Election, 2014, secular satraps are found to leave no stone unturned to distract people from this subject which if exposed is enough to imperil their destiny in the state. Nevertheless, due to paucity of endeavor, misconceptions reigned supremely in the beginning when Narendra Modi, prime ministerial candidate of BJP in 2014, verbalized the contentious subject. Seculars jumped on the occasion to portray how communal this person is and even if he vented his conviction to accept Hindu refugees in India and oust illegal Muslim infiltrators later on, desperation to become messiah of Muslims remains intact in the secular atmosphere.  

The subject is no more limited to Bengal and has impressed a larger audience across the country. They have finally begun to comprehend the rot or danger of infiltration from the neighboring country which if let go unchecked can put the entire nation at risk extremely. Whatever it is, vaunting arrogance of secular fanatics (pseudo secularism, to be more exact) refuses to die down yet as found in myriad debates of news channels. But what they seem to have forgotten is that 2014 is no 1946 or 1950 or even 1971 when people used to get hands-on information on genocides of Hindus after almost a week. This departure can be found from the horrific tale of Hindu persecution taking place on April 27 in noon when Islamists in thousands alleging defamation of Hazrat Mohammed, Prophet of Islam, on Facebook, destroyed 35 residences of Hindus along with a Hindu temple in the village of Baksitarampur within the Chanderchar Union, sub-district of Homna in the district of Comilla in Bangladesh. The news circulated across the globe within an hour of its occurrence.  

This is no isolated incident but a regular feature in Bangladesh or else the Hindu population forming 28% of East Pakistan’s populace in 1947 would not have come down to a staggering 8% of Bangladeshi population now. There is no need to portray what has gone wrong in this country of South Asia or how radical Muslims have been able to cow Hindus here through recurrent endeavors. Thousands of such analyses are already in the internet enough to make any true human conscious of the cruel reality.

The chilling testimony of Senator Edward Kennedy found through his report submitted to the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee (November 1, 1971) is one of the best expositions of Hindu fate in an Islamic society. The report states categorically, "Field reports to the US government, countless eye-witness journalistic accounts, reports of international agencies such as World Bank and additional information available to the subcommittee document the reign of terror which grips East Bengal (East Pakistan). Hardest hit have been members of the Hindu community who have been robbed of their lands and shops, systematically slaughtered, and in some places, painted with yellow patches marked 'H'. All of this has been officially sanctioned, ordered and implemented under martial law from Islamabad."

The chronicle remains unchanged and can be best found now when Islamic Bangladesh is becoming the newest incarnation of Islamic Pakistan. Any noble thought needs a large support for its precise implementation. Expulsion of Islamist infiltrators of Bangladesh from India with rendering refugee status to Bangladeshi Hindus is a gigantic task which will be challenged both internationally and also in domestic circles once it initiates. A committed, burly Hindu vote bank in India can handle and overwhelm this crisis only.



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.



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