Thursday, December 27, 2012

Islamic Fundamentalism Rising in North Bengal

Drastic changes are taking place in the realm of Jalpaiguri, North Bengal, stealthily; Hindu-dominated areas (erstwhile) are being changed by escalating Muslim population swiftly leading to a rapid transformation in the vicinity as regards culture, food habits.   
This startling report has come to the fore owing to a painstaking study of Hindu Samhati.
Following (recent) Assam violence in 2012, a large number of Muslims entered areas falling under P.S. Shamuktala and P.S. Kumargram, Block: Kumargram, District: Jalpaiguri. A refugee camp was also established for them under the auspices of governmental agencies, recorded to shelter a large number of them. Even if the camp was disbanded a few weeks later officially and a lots of dwellers there went back, many preferred to remain with their relatives. Unfortunately a news was published in mainstream media of return of Muslims en masse to Assam; the report was far from truth.
And the scenario in the vicinity is changing as a result. As fresh reports are coming in, Muslims are not remaining silent but expressing strong desires to marry Hindu girls for their own expansion exclusively. With this end in view their nefarious designs are fortifying day in and day out and they have been successful in a few cases too by now.
Rapid changes are being perceived in tea gardens where Muslims are in majority – cow slaughtering is getting common here more than ever before. Moreover, when on earth aboriginal Hindus (adivasis or tribal) are protesting against these rigorous acts, they are being (both) threatened, admonished and if necessary warned of dire consequences as well.
Hindus remain confused; they neither enjoy support of the administration nor of political parties – ever ready to appease Muslims for political gains – and hence, are left in the lurch.
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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