Saturday, December 8, 2012

Hindu Samhati Activists Speak in Uluberia

More than 150 activists of Hindu Samhati gathered in Uluberia (PS Uluberia, District: Howrah) to hold a workers' training meeting.

The program had several eminent speakers, among them Tapan Ghosh, Bikarna Nashkar, and Kanti Ranjan Samanta.
In his speech Tapan Ghosh, president of Hindu Samhati reminded the youths of Uluberia how the ex MLA and Left Front leader late Robin Ghosh, along with 5000 rowdy Muslims, few years back, stopped the train from Mumbai and snatched away 100 Bangladeshi illegal infiltrators who were being transported by the Maharashtra police under court order, and helped them escape from the police custody. This gross defying law - only to appease the Muslim vote bank by a leader - is eye opener for all the state of condition of West Bengal. Ghosh reminded the youths that their guardians and family members elected the same Robin Ghosh to assembly. Therefore, the common Hindus cannot escape the responsibility of this dangerous and suicidal step. The present youths should not repeat this suicidal blunder.

Central Committee member Bikarna Nashkar spoke about the mistakes that the past generations have made in dealing with the Islamic aggressors, the need to realize the mistakes by the present generation of youths, and the explicit need to consolidate the Hindu society in West Bengal.

Kanti Ranjan Samanta, senior HS activist spoke of the division of the motherland due to communal reasons, and the need to understand how we can avert another partition of this holy land.

The meeting was arranged by Gourab Dey and Somnath Mondal at Uluberia's Utsab Hall. The activists were enthused and many of them promised to take greater responsibility in protecting and propagating the great Hindu Value System.
Hindu Samhati regularly monitors and reports violations against Hindus in West Bengal. We also work with both governmental and NGO agencies for proper education on protection and ensure remedies to the Hindu populace as per prevailing law of the land.

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