Even if the situation in and around CharaVidya (P.S. Basanti), following Islamic atrocities on Hindus stealthily advocated by the local administration (reported recently), is still tense and Hindus are scared to move freely, there is a slight relief.
Hindu Samhati workers, Arun Mandal and Amar Biswas, inhabitants of Village Kumrokhali No.7, who waged a desperate battle with others to prevent Islamic criminals on 18 April, 2011 have been bailed out at the Alipore Court today itself.
But this is only the first part of the victory; 10 others, incriminated by the joint nexus of local administration and Islamic zealots, are waiting for the bail.
Struggle is on; situation is indeed tough for the Hindus due to undue patronage for Muslims by the political parties. In spite of all Hindu Samhati is leaving no stone unturned to bring justice to Hindus.