Poor Hindus are unwanted in Bengal
Governmental disregard to them continues successfully
No matter how
Bengal is going through a political
trauma at the moment (stimulated by escalation in political violence with each
day it passes) there is no dearth in government’s appeasement to Muslims. As
part of latest development, the state government is all set to establish haat (market) sheds in several areas
across the state for people to sell and even store vegetable products; the advantage
will be for the underprivileged people from minority community, solely Muslims.
It has also come to knowledge, the above-said infrastructure will be available in 12 districts throughout the state. And every shed will contain cold storage, retail outlet, training center along with hall for public sale.
As fresh reports have come to us, 29 markets (as part of 1 st Phase) will be built up in the districts of
Cooch Behar, Dinajpur (both
North and South), 24 Paraganas (both North and South), Howrah, Birbhum, Burdwan and Kolkata. To deal with the expenses, the State
government has already received a vast fund worth Rs. 350 crore from the Centre
(under the Multi-sectoral Development Program or MsDP).
The project will be carried out by the joint efforts of Minority Affairs Department and Agri-marketing Department of
On the word of Giasuddin Molla, State Minister for Minority Affairs, “We are also organizing Milan Mela in several districts where poor people from minority community are selling their several products.”
Poor Hindus inhabiting the state in millions are betrayed once more; they are at the receiving end of governmental neglect and affront.
Perhaps, it is better for Hindus to abstain from expecting anything good from Trinamool-led