Thursday, November 19, 2009

Government of India alerts West Bengal about the Anti National Activities of Suspected Mosques and Islamic Seminaries.

"Mosques, Madarshas, Muslim NGOs in the Border areas of West Bengal are promoting Anti Indian Fundamental Activities. They Are Dangerous to National Integration".............. .............Report.

The eight Border Dists of West Bengal adjacent to Bangladesh viz. Coochbehar, Uttar Dinajpur, Dakshin Dinajpur, Malda, Murshidabad, Nadia, North 24 Parganas and South 24 Parganas are very much affected by the Fundamental Islamic Activities promoted by the foreign agencies from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Middle East and Islamic Agencies have their HQ in Europe and America.

The orthodox preaching in favour of Islamic Rule over these areas including a "Muslim Banglastan" within the Proposed Mughlistan may come into a boost as the HUJI Bangladesh and other Islamic outfits will take a chance to retaliate here in the advent of Final Verdict of the Murder of Bangabandhu Sk Mujibar Rahaman case in Dacca.

In a high level report of the Home Ministry, Govt of India, it is indicated that West Bengal-Bangladesh Border is the most vulnerable in the matter of Internal security of India as these zones are highly affected by the ultra religious activities promoted by various Jehadi groups operating from unauthorized and mushroom like Mosques, Islamic Seminaries (Madrashas & Maqtabs) and NGOs everywhere. It is reported by the sources that these Mosques, Islamic Seminaries (Madrashas & Maqtabs) and NGOs are connected with Deoband, Jama'at-ud-Da'wah and other fundamental Islamic organizations funded by Islamic Jakat and Petro-dollars.

In a D.O. letter dated 21st October, 2009, Sri Vinay Kumar, Secretary, Home Department (Border Management), Govt of India wrote to Sri Ashoke Mohon Chakroborty, Chief Secretary, Govt of West Bengal about the seriousness of fast-growing Islamic activities through the un-authorised Mosques and Madrashas against the National Integration and Security in the sensitive border districts of West Bengal. Mr. Kumar instructed the State Authority to take immediate and stern steps in all such cases pose violation of Religious Institution (Prevention of Misuse) Act, 1988. This Act prevents any ultra religious activities prone to social, political and national abuses from any religious institution so far.

As per the report of the State Intelligence department, there are 10000 Mosques, Maqtabs and Quomi Madrashas in these border district and most of them are connected with such activities which is causing serious law and order problems for inciting communal clash and anti-national activities. Hindu Minorities in the Border Districts have been the targeted victims of these Islamic Peace Programmes. Central Govt now intends to impose the section of Religious Institution (Prevention of Misuse) Act, 1988 through the State Agencies for each violation of the Act by anybody irrespective of any religion.

Mr. Buddhadev Bhattacharya, Chief Minister of West Bengal expressed his seriousness about the threat of these mushrooming of Mosques and Madrashas in the Borders, which was reverted into a process of applauding appeasement by the pressure of his own party CPIM and Left Front too.

In many cases the influential management groups in local level take both the helps of ruling and opposition political parties including, CPIM, RSP, TMC and INC to cover up their activities and propaganda. Muslims in Bengal have surely registered their identity above any politics and derive political advantages for their religious goal of MUSLIM BENGAL.

West Bengal has 1528 km border lines to Bangladesh, out of which the fencing is completed upto 1200 km only. But it is evident that more than 500 km of this Indo-(WB)-Bangladesh Border Line is un-wired or critical through which the Anti Indian Elements are coming Day and Night. Government knows it very well. These areas are being used as "Muslim Bangla Corridor" or "Extended Bangladesh" as you like to emphasize.

Report : Sambuddha Gupta. Spotlight Media Team.

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