Thursday, January 5, 2012

Bediapota, Bangaon turns to Hindu Samhati

With each day it passes, the unholy nexus of mounting Islamic fundamentalism and the lackluster attitude of administration to contain it is getting stronger in Bengal; Hindus across the state are becoming its worst victims and surely, at this point in time, none comprehends the same vicious chronicle better than Bediapota, a border village in Bangaon area in the Indian state of Bengal. The Hindu village has been an eyesore to the neighboring Muslim villages leading to increasing persecutions on the villagers of Bediapota.

The situation, aggravated by the regular intrusions of Muslim thugs from Bangladesh in and around the village, is out of the frying pan into the fire and all these appalling experiences have made the Hindu inhabitants seek assistance of Hindu Samhati. Hindu Samhati, spearheaded by its president Tapan Ghosh, witnessed a major success on December 27, 2011 in its meeting.

It has been learnt that the Hindu villagers are refugees from Bangladesh virtually and the majority of them came in 1964 following a major anti-Hindu pogrom in then East Pakistan, later Bangladesh. Nevertheless, till the other day, the villagers were divided owing to their allegiances to various political parties including Indian National Congress, Trinamool Congress and CPIM.

Whatever, it is, villagers, being refuted by parties whenever they face dangers from Muslims a lot, have lately comprehended the necessity of Hindu consolidation cutting across party line. Thanks to this, people including supporters and active workers of all parties were found in the metting. And all were found to listen to the fiery speech of Sri Tapan Ghosh ardently.  

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