Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Illegal mosque construction within Diamond Harbor Sub-divisional Court unabated

It was the morning of December 18, 2011, a chill day, when a bizarre incident was perceived within the premises of Diamond Harbor Sub-divisional Court; a mosque was being constructed. The day was also a Sunday and hence, the absence of workforce in the environs was duly exploited. It has also been learnt, that no official permission has been taken to carry on the task of transforming an old, miniature Muslim prayer room to a comparatively larger one. What is more incredible, the entire construction is taking place within 20 ft. of the court lockup jeopardizing the security without doubt.     

What was the first reaction of people in the environs? All watched but none dared to raise a single protest; there are few reasons behind this too. Admittedly, the entire construction has been going on under the auspices of Roich Mollah, who had many criminal cases in his name, now a businessman. His nexus with the local politicians and administration has made him influential and he allegedly uses this influence to do this utterly illegal act, i.e., expansion of the mosque in court premises in the sub divisional town of Diamond Harbour.

Nevertheless, as soon as the information of the said illegal incident reached the local Hindu Samhati office, SP (24 Paraganas – South) and New Delhi were informed without any delay.

Alas, the construction is in full swing at this point in time.      

Here is the simple lesson (derived from the said incident): Muslims can do no wrong in the eyes of administration in West Bengal.

(picture of the video footage)

Monday, December 26, 2011

Hindu Samhati marches on in Canning dauntlessly

Canning, noted community development block in District: 24 Paraganas (South), and headquarters of a subdivision of the same name, located in the Indian state of Bengal, has always been in the news for weird reasons. While on one hand, it has witnessed a rampant rise in crime owing to political clout and administrative nonchalance, Islamic fundamentalism has also risen exponentially in unison imperiling Hindu populace in general.  

Nevertheless, Hindus, being stimulated by the valiant struggle of Hindu Samhati, in Canning, are waging stiff defence s these days and are resolute to be on the same track and not to leave an inch of land to Islamic perpetrators.  The same stance was witnessed once more in the recent Hindu Samhati Workers’ Meeting on December 19, 2011.

Sri Dilip Bhai Mehta, revered professor and educationist in the United States of America, was also present in the aforesaid meeting and taking stock of the situation he got highly impressed.    

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Dipika – quarry of Love Jihad

The nemesis of Love Jihad is unabated in Bengal and whatever may be the efforts to call this nefarious maneuver a halt, more miles, it is evident, have got to be walked. And the most recent victim to this is Dipika Halder, age 18, daughter of Dilip Halder, resident of village & PO. – Byaspur. P.S. – Taherpur, Sub-division: Ranaghat, District: Nadia. It has also been learnt that Dipika happens to be the student of Class XI at Hazrapara School, P.S. Dhantala, in the same district. She has been missing from December 05, 2011 and as per circumstantial evidences (most impregnable), she has been kidnapped by Mujibar Lasker, age 21, s/o Samsul Lasker, residing in village Golabari, P.S. Mograhat, Sub-division: Diamond Harbor, District: 24 Paraganas (South).

Dilip Babau happens to be an employee in charge of security in a private company at Konnagar, District: Hooghly

After all these there comes a question inevitably. How did all these initiate? Investigations have confirmed that Mujibar, a worker in the Jari industry, feigned as Dibakar Halder over phone and slowly a relationship grew up between him and innocent Dipika. Mujibar was helped by Firoze Sardar and Tambir Sheikh to get hold of Dipika.

Without doubt, family of Dipika, especially her father Dilip Halder, was in darkness of the entire incident and the hell came down on them only on December 05, 2011, the day when Dipika was last seen. Incidentally, Dipika phoned her residence on December 07, 2011 – she was heard weeping and pleading to rescue her. The cell phone was turned off all of a sudden and from then on Dipika’s voice has never been heard.

The appalled family was desperate to get a breakthrough; as a result of a do-or-die search, Dipika’s family found a small note book in her room and Mujibar’s location was found in it.

There are more things as well. On December 07, 2011, Neel Halder, uncle of Dipika, went to Mujibar’s residence and Dipika was there. However, Dipika was almost unconscious. For that reason, even if she tried, no communication could take place. Seeing all these, Neel Halder went to Mograhat police station for legal and administrative assistance. But the police there refused to help him blatantly stating that the case was with other P.S. Dilip Halder reached there before long and went to Mujibar’s house. But by then Mujibar ran off with Dipika.

Lots of issues are coming to the fore and the most prevalent among these is the way though which Mujibar approached Dipika.

Indeed, an extensive conspiracy is going on across the state against adolescent Hindu girls and in these cases, latest technological gizmos like cell phones are playing pernicious roles.