Does Jibantala ink Hindu obituary in Bengal to begin with?
We have been receiving frantic calls from people across the state of Bengal, other states of India and even abroad to make known a full-fledged and unbiased report of the horrendous developments in Jibantala of late –that rocked the saga of security once more and posed serious questions to the reigning administration, hell-bent to placate Muslims to garner minority support day in and day out.
Even if an official statement of Sri Tapan Ghosh, president, Hindu Samhati of the fast deteriorating situation in Bengal and administration’s mounting helplessness (in both Kulpi and Jibantala) has already been published ( Statement of Sri Tapan Ghosh, president, Hindu Samhati – Kindly refer to http://hindusamhati.blogspot.com/2011/10/statement-of-sri-tapan-ghosh-president.html), saluting aspirations of people to know the reality we are bringing forth the truth.
You have a single task. It is to evaluate the entire matter without prejudice – read the writing on the wall and decide what should be done.
On October 26, 2011 a band of police personnel comprising S.I. Parimal Bhadra and 4 constables, of P.S. Jibantala of Canning, prominent town and also community development block in Dist. 24 Paraganas (South), Bengal, went to Kalibari area of Jibnatala to take a noted criminal named Kutubuddin Khan alias Kutub into custody. What has not been mentioned in the mainstream media (or expunged intentionally) is that Kutubuddin Khan was the leader of infamous Kargil Army – known for persecuting Hindus in the environs in all possible ways – be it extortion, kidnapping or murder. It has been learnt that police (at that time) got a tip that Kutub was busy in plundering.
When on earth Kutub was nabbed red-handed, almost 500 villagers of Kalibari including women (all Muslims) encircled the police team and in a while snatched their rifles and started thrashing them inhumanely. The extent of the beating was such that the police team had to drop by the wayside (admit defeat) only. A large police contingent, comprising police personnel of several adjoining police stations, hearing of the grievous situation, went there and tackled the situation but by that time the murderous gathering got able to run off with Kutub. One constable, named Subrata Mukherjee, owing to a great injury was admitted to the
Kutubuddin Khan alias Kutub is still at large and police is leaving no stone unturned to arrest him. Well, how much confident they are now (in this case) can be told best by them. At least 60 cases of robberies and felonies are recorded against Kutub in different police stations of (Districts) both 24 Paraganas (North and South) along with
There are several implications of this event, without a shred of doubt. It occurs within two days of the atrocious development in Kulpi,
Another significance is that police and administration, especially in District – 24 Parganas (South), (as per info) has got panic-stricken and is giving second thoughts prior to any such expedition in future. Again the manner in which Muslim civilians (armed with traditional weapons), in both cases, got dauntless and virtually defeated the administration defying jurisprudence of the land is one of the most unusual episodes known hitherto in
Such incidents do happen but rarely – only in times of civil war or when people, as a whole, stops to have faith in political, social and economic framework of the land or its elected representatives and their wise promises altogether. If the memory is conferred a trust upon, these incidents became order of the day in the Muslim-dominated areas during the heyday of
Is any such future harbingering doomsday of Hindus approaching fast?