Thursday, November 26, 2009

Bengal remembers 26/11 Mumbai Martyrs with great reverence.

26/11 Mumbai mayhem.
Homage to Martyrs in 1st anniversary in Kolkata and different places in West Bengal.

In a very befitting manner Hindu Samhati and some other social forums like Azad Hind Memorial Centre and Netaji Chakra Kolkata Unit, Kargil Memorial Committee observed the 1st anniversary of Mumbai mayhem on 25/11/09 at College Square in front Calcutta University and Canning, Budge Budge, Bagnan, Bangaon, Ranaghat, Mashat and some other places on 26/11/2009. Hindu Samhati, Kolkata organized this occasion to pay deep respect to the Great Martyrs and to express whole-hearted sympathy to the bereaved families of the martyrs with specific demand to hang Azmal Amir Kasab, the lone Paki terrorist still alive and under trial in the special court meant for the case.

The function was presided over by Kanti Majumdar. Barid Baran Guha, Dr. Arun
Giri, Prokash Das, Pratap Hazra, Upananda Brahmachari were the other speakers and dignitaries on the occasion. A major flank of the supporters of HS gathered to pay tribute and demanded immediate hanging of Kasab by shouting slogans and distributing leaflets published for this occasion.

In his maiden speech
Tapan Ghosh, President, Hindu Samhati vehemently condemned the delay in the 26/11 case and the notorious design of both the Central and West Bengal Government to allow the Islamic expansionism fortified with blatant appeasement of Muslims, financial support to Islamic Mosques and Madrasas, uncontrolled growth of childbirth of Muslim community and the large scale illegal infiltration by Muslims from Bangladesh. Ghosh described all these as the main causes and life lines of the growth and refuge of Islamic terrorism growing inside and coming outside from India.

Upananda Brahmachari, Vice President, Hindu Samhati
demanded immediate hanging of Ajmal Amir Kasab, the main accused of 26/11 Mumbai case with an immediate probe upon the delay of hanging of Afzal Guru, the sentenced accused of the attack upon Indian Parliament in 2001. Brahmachari was addressing a gathering in front of Bagnan Railway Station in Howrah District on 26/11/09. He said that each and every family members of the Martyrs and other civilians want immediate hanging of Ajmal Kasab. So Government cannot waste time anyway anymore. He pointed out that the reluctance in any form in this matter will help the morale of the Pakistani Terror Rackets in India sponsored by the ISI and other Jihadi Groups.

Kanti Ranjan Samanta, eminent educationist and poet
and Samiran Ray,
renowned teacher were present in the programme with other dignitaries. Mukunda koley, local whole-timer of HS organised the Bagnan programme with the HS supporters of the locality.

In another meeting at Canning, South 24 Parganas on 26/11/09 Tapan Ghosh, President HS addressed a gathering of a vibrant Hindu youth force and categorically said that if the challenge of Islamofascists are not detected in grass-root level and taken to combat in its seed, it may turn a take to demolish the structure of Hindu Society and Indian nation also. Sri Ghosh awared the gathering about Jehadi recruitment in local level by ISI, SIMI and other Islamic wings, the Love Jihad rackets with an unbound channelization of Hindu girls to Muslim community through an illicit & allured love trap, huge Muslim infiltration from Bangladesh and unethical appeasement of Muslims by all the political parties. The gathering mourned for two minutes for the 26/11 Mumbai Martyrs in the start.
Prokash Das, Associate Editor of SAMHATI SAMBAD, a Bengali mouthpiece of Hindu Samhati and Ajit Adhikari, local HS leader lead a silent march on 26th in Bangaon Town with a 10000 mourners joined in different places time to time in the procession started from the ground of historical Bangaon Town Hall. The mourners in silent march tied black straps in their faces in the protest of inaction of Government in the matter of Pakistani threat perception upon Indian internal and external security. Sri Das briefed the stand of Hindu Samhati in general to the local media and told, " We don't want any more 26/11 in India or West Bengal."

The Silent March ended again in the Town Hall Ground after covering most of the prominent places in Bangaon Town including Chakda Road, Court Road, Amla Road, Jesshore Road, Station Road, Paik Road, Ram Bag areas, Bata crossing, BSF Camp, New Bridge approach, Motiganj Market and School Road drive. Bangaon a border town in North 24 Pargans with a majority Hindu refugees from Bangladesh reflected a good solidarity with the Mumbai people terribly affected by 26/11 Jehadi attack there.

In another well attended meeting at Gopal Nagar, near Mashat in Hoogly, HS President Tapan Ghosh said that the Islamic force has gained a good strength in Bengal soil and it is being
nurtured by all the political parties of West Bengal. The West Bengal borders are being used by the Islamic fundamentalists as an extended portion or the corridor of Islamic Bangladesh. The situation is very alarming and we feel the torture and severity upon Hindus in the Muslim majority districts in West Bengal. The Jihadi activities in Bengal are growing day by day. We cannot assure no repetition of any 26/11 in this situation. We need and demand drastic action for all these. Dr. Partha Ghosh and Ashis Manna were present in the programme with other dignitaries.

Sri Promod Ranjan Kayal of Azad Hind Memorial Centre, from Budge Budge, South 24 Pgs reports that local people at Batanagar paid their homage to Mumbai Martyrs and demanded immediate hanging of Azmal Kasab without any delay. Reports also came in from Nadia and Burdwan for the observance of the 1st anniversary of Mumbai mayhem in a very befitting manner. Mr. Kayal told the Spotlight Media Team over telephone that 'Justice delayed, justice denyed.' So, we cannot spoil time any more to hang the prime accused Azmal amir Kasab, the lone Pakistani terrorist captured on the spot on 26/11/2008.

Though all the political parties on West Bengal did not care for the memory of
Mumbai 26/11 and the so-called Bengal intellectuals found no rose or candle light for the Mumbai Martyrs, this time the repercussion of Bengal people is pragmatic in mood and high in resolution in the 1st anniversary of 26/11 Mumbai Mayhem.

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