Thursday, September 20, 2012

Is it crime for an adult Hindu youth to marry an adult Muslim woman in Bengal?

What makes administration dither in this regard?

Will Mamata, warrior in Rizwanur case, act like a vanguard here too?

Had the reverse taken place, there would have been nothing except wild celebrations proclaiming the suzerainty of the Religion of Peace (?) on infidels across the globe and also the solemn pledges to carry forward the struggle to retain and fortify seven century-long domination of Islamists on Hindus. But in this case there is courageous act of a Hindu youth only – certain to be deserted by Hindus fearing troubles – we are talking of Mithun Mandal, a Hindu individual of age 27, inhabiting Jaynagar, District: 24 Paraganas (South), working in Kolkata Municipal Corporation.

He has loved and married a Muslim girl, Tarina Sultana, age – 19, having residence in Ashoknagar, District: 24 Paraganas (North) and the newly wed couple, fearing slaying, is running from pillar to post now. And to punish such an atrocious job, members of Muslim girl’s family are leaving no stone unturned at the moment. It has come to knowledge, Mithun’s family has also been warned of dire consequences if the duo fails to surrender to Tarina’s family.

Apprehending worst, Mithun and Tarina have complained to West Bengal Human Rights Commission. The couple, as per reports, wedded on August 7, 2012 and is living in an abject fear from then on. Tarina Sultana’s family had the information of this love affair and to put an end to this, innocent Tarina, as indicated by her own statements, was beaten heavily at times. Finding no other way, Tarina left her paternal house on June 21, 2012 and moved to Mithun’s residence in Jaynagar.

Following the marriage, the life of new couple has turned into a hell – not a day passes when two brothers of Tarina, Khaja Mainuddin and Matiur Rahman, refrain from warning them by phones. Well, the allegation has already been denied by the two Islamist malefactors.     

On July 30, 2012, Israel Mallik with hordes of people, having deadly weapons, assailed the Corporation office at Dhapa where Mithun works. The crowd, according to Mithun, was wild in rage and he would have been killed, had they seized him. Nevertheless, Mithun, thanks to his colleagues, could escape.

Even if the couple is seeking help from West Bengal Human Rights Commission and its Chairman – Ashok Kumar Ganguli – has assured them of all possible assistances, fear of Mithun and Tarina is yet to end. Escalating misrule and yielding of administration to Islamists in Bengal remain the most worrying issues.

Mithun and Tarina, virtually, are having sleepless nights these days.  

Is it crime for an adult Hindu man to marry an adult Muslim woman in Bengal? Or whether reverse is the law? 

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