Thursday, January 29, 2015

Usti witnessed unchecked violence against Hindus



Large scale violence rocked Usti market in South 24 Pargana district of West Bengal today morning. More than 50 Hindu shops were destroyed by rioting mob. Properties and cash worth more than a crore were looted from the shops belonging to Hindus. Later, a few shops belonging to Muslims were symbolically destroyed by themselves. The situation further worsened when local MLA and Minister of State for Minority Affairs, Giyasuddin Mollah reached the spot and reportedly abused and insulted SDPO of Diamond Harbour. Reportedly he asked police to release the Muslims held by the police on the spot, claiming they were his men. Violent mob looted more than a dozen LCD TV sets from a shop owned by Krishna Mandal. Cash & dresses worth Rs. 40 lakhs were looted from Nabin Pal's shop – Annapurna Vastrayala. Cycle shop of Parimal Pal, Grocery shop of Sahadeb Ghosh, Narayan Mishtanna Bhandar(sweet shop) of Ashish Mandal and Makali Mishtanna Bhandar were looted. Gas cutter was used to break the shutters of the shops in front of police. Police fired a few rounds in air to bring situation under control. Bombs have been hurled indiscriminately to terrorise the Hindus. 

Allegedly Ajijul Sardar alias Kalo, Obedur Rahaman alias Liton, Rauf Baidya, Emadul Sarder, Unis Gazi, Siraj Baidya led the rampaging mob.

Administration is desperate to suppress the report  and paid media is just playing to their tune, in the name of secularism, to keep Hindus in dark about the incident. As per report received, total 15 persons, from both communities, have been arrested so far. Funny part is, Hindus, whose shops have been looted, have been detained by the police while many attackers are roaming free. 

Usti has been added in the long list of Hindu persecution in West Bengal. Inevitable consequence will be Hindu migration from this area in near future.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Countdown begins for Hindu Samhati's Foundation Day


History of Hindu movements in the state of West Bengal is all set to be re-written as Hindu Samhati is gearing up to commemorate it's 8th Foundation Day on 14th February, 2015 at Kolkata. Hindu Samhati which was founded on 2008 under the inspired leadership of Sri Tapan Ghosh, has become a ray of hope for Hindus across the state within a span of only 7 years.

The Foundation Day event of Hindu Samhati has, always, been blessed and inspired by the attendance of dignitaries like Koenraad Elst, Dr. Richard Benkin, Dr. Gautam Sen, Dr. Rudranath Talukdar, Sri Jayesh Bhai Patel, Sri Arvind Mishra, Swami Tejasananda Ji Maharaj, Sri Shailendra Jain, Sri Babu Sushilan, Sri Suresh Chavanke and many others.

Sardar K.P.S.Gill, former DG of Punjab Police will be the Chief Guest of this year's event. The event shall also be blessed by the gracious presence of Swami Pradiptananda Ji Maharaj of Bharat Sevashram Sangha. Sri Arjun Sampat of Hindu Makkal Kachhi, Tamil Nadu shall be the Special Guest on this program. Noted scholar, Prof. Sharadindu Mukherjee, shall also be present in the rally to inspire the delegates.

There is tremendous enthusiasm over the program among the activists of Hindu Samhati. Posters, hand-bills, leaflets are being distributed all over the state. Social medias are being flooded with the report of the event. Countdown has already begun for this historic event. 

Saturday, January 10, 2015

HIndu Samhati team visits Raidighi

Today, Hindu Samhati team led by Smt Arpita Maitra visited the troubled area of Raidighi. They interviewed the victims of 29 December incident in which many Hindus, including at least half a dozen women, were seriously injured, molested and manhandled. They had to spend 7 days in local rural hospital. Sri Tapan Ghosh visited them on 5th January and saw that they were writhing in pain, cannot walk. In Raidighi hospital they had to face inhuman behaviour from Muslim staffs. They were referred to sub divisional hospital at Diamond Harbour. It is for sure that no proper treatment is possible there. Hence we are bringing 3 women victims of Muslim torture to Kolkata for proper treatment. We are yet to figure out where to treat them. We request doctors and/or junior doctors of any govt. hospital in Kolkata to extend their helping hand in this regard.