How many days may pass memories of warriors, martyrs who sacrifice their lives for bettering the nation do not fade out. It was the year 2001, 12 years ago, when 4 valiant RSS swayamsevaks were shot dead by Muslim culprits at the house of Anwar Mollah, inhabiting the village of Sonakhali. The incident took place in broad daylight and not shocked Hindus only but stimulated them to start a decisive battle against Muslim radicals also. Hindu outlook became so vicious that administration and Muslims failed completely to tame Hindus; Muslim radicals had no other way except to flee No. 3 Sonakhali village.
The situation remains the same. In a state where Islamists are pampered and Hindus bashed day in day out those Muslim houses do remain abandoned. Muslims contemplate to return to the village every time but it remains a dream to be fulfilled yet. So, Muslims, there, are selling their lands – both residential and farm.
To commemorate valiant martyrs Hindu Samhati observed Sonakhali Martyr’s Day on February 10, 2013 with full might in the village No. 3 Sonakhali. Prior to the meeting, a blood donation camp took place with Health Point where 80 persons, cutting across gender lines, donated blood.
Hindu Samhati meeting commenced with patriotic songs performed by Chandi Charan Ghorami.
The meeting was addressed by Sri Tapan Ghosh, president-Hindu Samhati, Bikarna Naskar, Adv. Somraj Ganguly. The meeting was presided by Nityananda Naskar. Dr. B. Bhattacharya, well-known medical practitioner and owner of Ramkrishna Charitable Hospital, was also witnessed to adorn the program in great spirit.
Later, the rally was addressed by Bikarna Naskar, Adv. Somraj Ganguly and Tapan Ghosh, President Hindu Samhati. The meeting was presided over by Nityananda Naskar. Reputed medical practitioner and owner of Ramkrishna Charitable Hospital, Dr. B. Bhattacharya was also attended the program.
Ranjan Sapui, resident of Tetultala village (in the vicinity) and also member of a Hindu family tortured by Muslim radicals outright, was invited to the dais in meeting and Rs.2,000 was handed over to him.
It is worthwhile to mention, a small temple has been built there in the memory of 4 Hindu youth martyrs.