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Bangladesh Elections - Official Statement by Hindu Samhati

Hindu Samhati's Official Statement on Bangladesh Elections: We congratulate the people of Bangladesh for the triumph of the progressive and secular forces in the recently concluded election. Media reports state that the minority Hindu community, in spite of serious disturbances, was able to cast votes and without major hindrances as in previous elections, and we commend the election commission for a job well done. We hope that better days will commence in the length and breadth of Bangladesh and it will abide by and uphold the glorious democratic traditions of neighboring India, the largest democracy in the global arena. However, there are larger expectations from the newly elected government. The dismissal of the despised Vested Property Act (formerly Enemy Property Act, targeting the Hindu population) and the rebuilding of the historic Ramna Kali Temple have been two longstanding demands of the Hindu minority community in that country. We hope that the new Bangladesh gover


WORKERS’ TRAINING CAMP The previously unfinished Worker’s Training Camp of Hindu Samhati is going to be held from December 31st, 2008 at Gobordanga near Bangaon in North 24 Parganas district. This Camp was planned and started at Gangasagar on 12th June this year. But just after the inaugural session was completed, the Camp was attacked by thousands of local Muslims and Islamic activists. Eighteen of our participants were injured, the Camp building was set on fire. All these were done with the full cooperation of Communist Party India (Marxist) in connivance with the local Police. The Camp had to be abruptly closed as Police arrested 15 campers including Tapan Ghosh, Convener of Hindu Samhati. Now, that camp will be held on 31 December 2008, 1 & 2 January 2009 in a School at Gobordanga, West Bengal.

Hindu Samhati Protests Against Hindu women being Trafficked

In the mixed areas of South 24 parganas district, there is a constant flow of Hindu women being smuggled out by the Muslim human traffickers in the name of getting them jobs and/or getting them married them off. Sometimes, Hindu girls/women are simply kidnapped and sold-off to Muslim gangsters. In one such case, a Hindu girl has been traced to Rampur, UP. Hindu Samhati is to submit a memorandum to the Superintendant of Police, Mr. Ajay Ranade, drawing his attention to at least three specific incidents of this sort. Hindu samhati is continuing its grass-root level activities by mobilizing people and discussing the issues important to Hindus. In the immediate past, it has conducted a public meeting in Kultali (South 24 Parganas district) which was attended by about 1000 people. A similar meeting was held at Raidighi in the same district. In Howrah district, a small meeting/discussion was held at Amta which was attended by about 150 people. Another meeting was held at Bagnan in the same d

Cow Slaughter Stopped on Eid Day

This year the Islmamic festival, Bakr Eid was on 9th December. Like every year, this year too, Muslims tried to slaughter cows in various new places, even though the Hindus consider the cow to be holy and a sin to kill the animal. Muslims all over the Indian subcontinent often slaughter the cow to spite and pain the Hindu community. But in South 24 Pargana district, Hindus motivated by Hindu Samhati tried to resist it. In several places, memorandums with mass signatures were submitted to local Police Stations and representatives of Hindu Samhati were sent to all party meetings convened by administration. In the following places Hindus were successful to resist Cow slaughter in the follwing places this year. (1) Village - Hansaberia & Makhalia under P.S.- Magrahat, (2) Vill - Garankati under P.S. -Kulpi, (3) Vill - Alampur under P.S.- Nodakhali (4) Vill - Dakshin Taldi, P.S. - Canning, (5) Vill - Rajapur, P.S.- Canning, (6) Vill - Dharampur, P.S. - Bishnupur, (7) Vill - Gorha

West Bengal Going the Way of East Bengal(Bangladesh) ???

In West Bengal, rhw Muslim population is increasing rapidly. there are many mini Pakistans sprouting in West Bengal: in Mushidabad, Malda, 24 Parganas, Nadia. Many areas in South and North 24 Parganas are seeing Muslim hooliganism and other related problems. In Basirhat subdivision of North 24 Parganas, there is report of alarming incidents of Muslim atrocities. In Math Bari village under Sandeshkhali P.S. in Basirhat subdivision, a nominal Hindu youth, named, Sahadev Sadhukhan, an owner of sweet shop, started selling cooked beef on and from World Navi Divas. This area is Hindu Dominated. So when local Hindu people started to protest, he stopped selling. Local Hindu people ordered him to apologize, he had to go to Ras Temple with a bare head and distribute sweets to the devotees at free of cost. But he, backed by local Muslim zealots, did not oblige. As a result, tension created in the area. Local Hindus stopped buying sweets from his shop and also boycotting him socially. In the same

The Hindu Reaction in Sandeshkhali

Date Mid Nov 2008 Occasion During the Jagaddhatri Puja ( A form of Hindu Goddess Durga – Worshipped in parts of Bengal, India) Venue In a remote village of Rajbari under the jurisdiction of Sandeshkhali police station in the district of North 24 Parganas. Description of Incident Common hindu families like every year were celebrating the festival and performing puja. The local Trinamool Congress leader Ranjit Das who is also the Head of the Block, called local police and forced them to stop the puja in the middle. The motive behind is believed to be making a pro-muslim image among the muslim neighborhood keeping in view the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections. Reaction The next day all local hindus felt insulted and shocked at the event. They came out in large numbers which turned into a huge procession. It took the shape of the real festival which people wished to celebrate the previous day. It was a common anger and frustration which was seen in the eyes of the common people. It was a

Pakistani Flag Burnt in Kolkata in Powerful Rally by Hindu Samhati

Kolkata, Dec 3 (PTI) A Pakistani flag was burnt by hundreds of protesters in this metropolis today to condemn Islamabad's alleged hand in the Mumbai terror attacks. The protesters, who took out the procession in College Street under the banner of 'Hindu Samhati', spat and kicked the flag before burning it and shouted slogans against the Pakistani government. They also demanded that the Centre act immediately to "teach Pakistan a lesson once and for all". The terrorists came not to shatter our economy but to shatter our nation, the protesters said, alleging that the November 26 attack had once again established involvement of Pakistan and jihadis. The protesters later observed a minute's silence in memory of those killed in the audacious attacks. PTI.


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Kolkata, 3rd December 2008 :- They won't light up the candles for a formality sake, they torched the Pakistani Flag. They condemned the Pakistani Terrorist attack at Mumbai on 26/11, the Paki Plan to destruct the Indian National Integration and the impotence & inaction of the Central & State Government to stop the Islamic Terrorism in India. They paid Homage to the Mumbai Martyrs. The Members of HINDU SAMHATI all united and gathered for this at College Square, Kolkata, the cultural capital of India on 3rd Dec 2008. Hindu Samhati members shouted the slogans VANDE MATARAM ! Long live Mumbai Martyrs ! Crush the Islamic Jihad! Shame to Indian Politics! Stop the Jehadi activities in India from across the border! And BHARAT MATA KI JAY !! The condolence and the protest meeting was presided over by Sri Barid Baran Guha, a veteran Hindu Leader of Bengal. SRI TAPAN GHOSH, Convenor of Hindu Samhati was the main speaker. Sri Salil Dasgupta, Upananda Brahmachari, Prakash Das, Goutam