Thursday, July 21, 2011

IT (Islamic Terror) Hunt in a Heaven of Peace called West Bengal.

Terror Hunt in West Bengal

Sambuddha Gupta || Spotlight news services || KOLKATA & SILIGURI || 20th July 2011

As a part of nationwide crackdown on suspected terrorists, two persons were arrested in Bihar's Kishanganj district late on Saturday in connection with 13/7 serial blasts in Mumbai. The main suspect has been identified as Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami (HuJI) operative. This HuJI pin Mohammad Riyazul Sarkar, is said to be a resident of South Dinajpur, West Bengal.

Arrested Riyazul Sarkar was a resident of village Malancha under Tapan Police Station in the District of South Dinajpur, as the local report delineates. In 2002, the family of Riyazul came to Nakarh village under Gangarampur to change the life of utter poverty caused by early demise of Riyaz’s father. Though some papers and media mistakenly reports that Riyazul is a resident of North Dinajpur, the bytes of channels and some residents of Kishanganj authenticated the arrest of Riyazul of Nakarh village by the special investigative team of police.

Riyazul has an education of primary level and he went to Mumbai five years ago for searching a job there. After that he was not a closer to anybody and his new friends were also so mysterious. Sometimes he used to go beyond the border of West Bengal to reach Bangladesh for some unknown causes.

Mr. Swarup Banerjee Purnapatra, Superintend of Police, D Dinajpur told the media that he has no specific information about Riyazul Sarkar in any case of terror involvement or whether had any Riyazul in Uttar Dinajpur as such.

But, now in another district of North Bengal, Darjeeling is put under a high alert as three suspected HuJI and Lashkar militants entered into West Bengal and sheltered underground near Siliguri, as the reports came in. Sources told that two of the Islamists are connected with HuJI and the third is an operative of Lashkar-e-Toiba. After the 13/7 triple blast at Mumbai, the Islamic militants are trying to hide in the sleeper cells of their operatives as their security reason and Islamist always prefer West Bengal as a safe zone for the Islamic outfits for a long time, before they attacked American centre in Kolkata in 2002.

It is believed those militants, Habib Khan and Golam Khan came from Coomilla, Bangladesh and the other Saukat Hossian is a Kashmiri. On 19th police captured one from Howrah Station and he is being interrogated to have some clue from him. The Intelligence Deptt alerted the matter through Home Deptt for tackling any situation of apprehended big attack in West Bengal.

As the missing suspects in 13/7, Abdullha is a kith and kin of Amir Reza of Mafidul Islam Lane, Kolkata, as bytes bite and the situation of pressure to crackdown the terror links in West Bengal, the police has been alerted in the northern border districts very tactfully including the other parts of West Bengal.

Ranveer Kumar, IG, North Bengal, asserted that the security check has been doubled very seriously after 13/7 in every places of Siliguri including New Jalpaiguri Rly station, Tensing Norgay Bus stand, shopping malls, crowded areas and Indian Oil Depots areas. Sniffer dogs are in searching clues and police in civil dress are covering day and night to futile possible blasts in Siliguri, Asansole, Kolkata or Kharagpur. Nobody in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Ahamedabad are in peace as these main cities in India are under the scanner of Islamic Jihadists. CBI has requested the Interpol to issue a red corner alert in this stake.

The arrested militant Haroon Sk., captured by Special Task Force of Kolkata Police from Howrah Rly Station on 19th, is primarily connected with Indian Mujaheedin He was captured by the information as given by another arrested suspect from Beniapukur Lane. This person of Beniapukur was arrested on the basis of the pictures drawn by the police detectives upon clues derived from key suspects of 13/7 Mumbai blasts, Riyazul @ Akash & Mehatab (HuJI) now arrested from Kishangunj in Bihar and Danish Sheikh (IM) from Baroda in Gujrat. But all of them have some certain connection with Kolkata, the safest place of the Islamic terrorist in West Bengal, Eastern India or may be the safest in India.

In this connection the ISI and DGFI have more excellently (though heinous) put the challenge before their Indian counterpart RAW, NIA, CBI or others. The challenge is now unbearable to the public.

In the last 34 years of Left Front regime, this bed of Islamic Expansionism was nurtured in the soil of West Bengal. Now Bengali Hindus are facing a provocative Islamic autocracy in the "Changed" hands of present Trinmool Congress-Congress regime. In this state of affairs, WB Hindus can only wait for a future dragged into nothing but a Talibani Terror as being faced by common Hindu people in Bangladesh and Pakistan or in a Kashmir that we are habituated not to see.

Mumbai blasts: 1 suspect arrested in Kolkata

| Kolkata/New Delhi, July 20, 2011
The Maharashtra Anti-Terror Squad (ATS), with the help of West Bengal Police, arrested Haroon Taukir -- one of the suspects inJuly 13 Mumbai serial blasts -- in Kolkata on Tuesday night.

Haroon was allegedly in contact with suspected Indian Mujahideen operative Danish Riaz, who was arrested from Ahmedabad last month.

Twenty people were killed and several others injured in the triple blasts in Mumbai earlier this month. The police were looking for other suspects.

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Bangladeshi influx interlinked West Bengal as Safe Heaven of Terrorists.

How influx of Bangladeshi migrants, terror is interlinked

Rediff News || July 19, 2011 20:04 IST

Riazul Sarkar alias Akash Khan, arrested from Kishanganj on Saturday night in connection with July 13 Mumbai blasts, is in all probability a Bangladeshi who intruded into India. His arrest throws light on the problem of illegal migrants and how they pose a security threat to the country. Vicky Nanjappa reports.

[Photo from Bihar Post :As part of a nationwide crackdown on suspected terrorists, two persons were arrested in Bihar's Kishanganj district late on Saturday in connection with Wednesday’s serial blasts in Mumbai. The main suspect has been identified as Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami (HuJI) operative Mohammad Riyazul Sarkar, said to be a resident of North Dinajpur, West Bengal.]

After the probe in the triple blasts in Mumbai started all eyes are on Kishanganj, a district in Bihar, from where Riazul Sarkar alias Akash Khan, was arrested on Saturday night. There is so far no clue of Sarkar's involvement in blasts and investigating agencies are still trying to ascertain whether he is a terrorist or just an illegal immigrant.

However, this case brings to fore the issue of illegal migrants, which is termed as a potential security risk to the country. Recent estimate suggests that nearly 20 million illegal migrants from Bangladesh have settled in the country. They have fanned out across India, but a majority of them are seeking refuge in West Bengal and Bihar.

Intelligence Bureau reports most migrants come in search of jobs and end up working as construction labourers or maids in various parts of the country. There is no proper record on their movement, which makes the task of the investigating agencies tougher.

Kishenganj has today turned into a hub for such migrants. There are many men and women, who have found employment in and around Bihar and some have moved to Delhi. Their movement is controlled by touts, who also get a cut from their income, and they help these migrants send money back home to Bangladesh. The transaction of money along the borders is also handled by the touts.

It has been reported that the migrants residing in Kishenganj have been give ration cards and well as voter IDs. Giving them a permanent status makes it difficult of security agencies to zero in on them.

Many migrants indulge in petty crimes; some even get involved in terror activities. They do not plan or execute acts, but work as foot soldiers.

Pakistan's Inter-Services have been quick to rope in migrants taking advantage of their poor monetary conditions. They are often used for illegal gun trade or for supply for counterfeit currency. Some are also used to plant bombs during terror attacks.

What works to the advantage of terrorists is the fact that there is no record of illegal migrants and hence they can easily give a slip to investigators. However, this is no new trend. Investigation points that migrants may have been used in the 2007 Hyderabad twin blasts. "Terrorists often pick up migrants and ask them to 'place a packet' containing explosives at the target. Not aware of what the parcel contains, the migrants 'run the errand' for a mere Rs 1,000 at times," say sources.

It is Sarkar's arrest that has drawn the attention of the investigators to the threat of illegal migrants, who double up as foot soldiers. Some of them have been living in Kishengunj for 20 years and over the years their population is booming.

Police sources say that Bangladeshis often slip in and out of the country by paying the touts, who are in connivance with security forces at the border, a mere Rs 500. After carrying out a blast, they go back to their country never to return. Many have come to Kishengunj from West Bengal, which is a two-hour drive from the district.

An IB report on this issue states the number of illegal migrants from Bangladesh is on rise and most of them can be traced to West Bengal.

The report also adds that secret service officials from both Pakistan and Bangladesh have found to be working undercover in Bengal. Moreover, recruiters set up terror modules in the belts of Bihar, West Bengal, Tripura and Assam.

Experts point out that this issue needs to be tackled diplomatically. But to start with India needs a better database of people entering the country. Security agencies need to ensure that migrants are not given voting rights. Border security remains the key issue as such infiltration remains unabated because of low-raking officers posted on the border.

Read reports from Bihar : HuJI man, aide picked up from Bihar

Saturday, July 16, 2011

City of "peace" Kolkata is again connected with City of "blast" Mumbai.

13/7.....strange combination of lucky and unlucky. Mumbai and Kolkata are connected again.

by Somiksha C Mohanta on Saturday, July 16, 2011 at 2:17pm

The city of “peace” Kolkata has

reproved to be a peace-killer once again. The memory of 26/11 has not even been rotten and now again we are forced to face a fresh 13/7. 13/7 is a nice combination of two numbers, one unlucky and other lucky.

This is not just a coincidence of numerology but significantly it speaks a lot. The Islamists are lucky and even the Hindus are unlucky.

Though the Triple blasts made at Zaveri market, Dadar and Opera House at Charni Road, the sleeper cell of IM was proactive and waiting for some good Jihadi news from Mumbai, the most proffered killing fields of Hindus by Islamists. Mumbai and Kolkata are connected again, as it is suspected by the investigative agencies. Reports came as it is, as it was.

This time again Kolkata and other eastern bases of the Islamists have been proved to be the safest haven for the Muslim culprits. During 26/11 communicational preparedness was carried out by Hussain Ur Rehman who was based at Metiabruz of Kolkata. He purchased 7 sim cards from Tiljala, Beniapukur and Maheshtala of Kolkata under direction of Yahya Mujahid, chief of HUJI sleeper cell based at Dhaka. Now the same Beniapukur area has gave birth to another tyrant, Shaikh Abdulla. He hails from the Mafidur Islam Lane in the locality. He is the right hand of Amir Reza Khan, the don based on Karachi who looks after the missions conducted by Indian Mujahideen from Pakistan. He has been promoted as its supremo. The Maharashtra ATS has asked details about two more operatives from Kolkata STF. Reportedly this man along with 14 terrorists had moved to Mumbai by train to carry out the strikes. To find these missing links the Mumbai crime branch has also asked the Kolkata STF the passenger lists for last 7 days prior to strike. The routes consists Kolkata to Mumbai and Kolkata to Kanpur.

It is noteworthy that two cadres of Indian Mujahideens were arrested from Mumbai just before a couple of days of strike. The two men revealed the names of two suspected terrorists based in Ranchi who are also attached to SIMI.

What we need to focus is that, we have been habitual to listen from all the surroundings that west Bengal is the only state where co existence with peace happens, after all Muslims are never stricken but yes, irrelevant how Hindus are attacked. West Bengal based Jihadists have been forefront when mission of Allah is to be conducted. West Bengal is standing on the Syntax. There is peace because Hindus have been forced by its governments not to retaliate against Jihadi activities.

There are several places in Kolkata where Afghan, Pashtun, Pakistani communal with no documents are openly cheering. In fact it’s not just limited to Kolkata, but too in Asansol, Akra, Ajimgunj and many other places in West Bengal including the neighboring states.

Dhanbad’s Waseypur is called “mini Pakistan”. Asansol locates several places whose demography is rapidly observing changes very drastically. I can shortlist a few, where illegal Pakistani and Afghan infiltrators live freely and only an investigation can easily figure out their deadly missions.

1> Hutton Road, behind Delhi Hotel and opposite to Maharaja Hotel. It has been safe havens for the Pashtuns.

2> Okay road, towards Dhadka. Jahangir Muhalla.

3> Entire Quraishi or Qasai Muhalla.

4> Jahangir Muhalla. This area bears the most glittering sign of Pakistan. There is a drastic demographic imbalance found here. In 1991 it was populated by 800 Hindu houses and 2000 Muslim houses and now in 2011 it has less than 80 Hindu houses and more than 10000 Muslim houses.

The migration of Hindus has been caused by severe abduction of Hindu women, regular killing of Hindu males. The concerned police stations record several unsolved cases which number even up to century.

It’s quite true that the TMC brand change is positive towards Muslims and negative towards Hindus. And now again the culprits are only expected to go 'scot free'. No action against the jihadists will be taken in TMC regime too strangely on the line of CPM. What else made Kolkata STF ACP Soumen Mitra to maintain silence and deny answering the media questionnaire when Mumbai police was speaking free? Is it the political pressure? Is it that the police and TMC will go on some deal to go soft on the Jihadists? That the police never wanted to come the deeds by those Beniapukur Muslims out of Pandora’s Box? That the public never know what sins they have done? That the public be made fool that those jihadists were “innocent Muslims”?

Governments change, but some questions, some strategies, some tendencies, some treacheries and some tyrannies never CHANGE !!!!!!!!!!

Now read it : Mumbai blasts: Indian Mujahideen operative's Bengal link being probed ~ A Report in DNA. & Mastermind of 13/7 blasts established extensive base of SIMI in Jharkhand and West Bengal ~ A Report in Daily Pioneer.

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Mumbai Triple blast on 13th July. Kolkata alerted with whole of Nation.

ইসলামী আতঙ্কবাদ ধংস হোক

Chidamabram revises Mumbai blasts death toll, says 17 confirmed dead in terror strike

MUMBAI||TNN | Jul 14, 2011, 02.35am IST||: No other city in the world has been the tragic target of as many serial terror attacks and bombings as Mumbai, which went through the agony in 1993, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2008 and now July 13, 2011. On Wednesday evening, three serial bomb blasts in the span of ten minutes ripped through three of the busiest hubs in the city—Zaveri Bazar, Opera House and Dadar—at rush hour, killing 17 people and injuring 131.

The death toll in the terror strike was put at 21 last night with the number of injured pegged at 141. However, the figures were revised by Union home minister P Chidambaram after his visits to all the blasts site and a meeting with the state government officials. Read details in Times of India.

TERROR OPERA. Death and diamonds on road.... Read reports in Telegraph Kolkata.

48 Police Stations in and around Kolkata have been alerted alerted with whole of the State and Nation.

Saturday, July 9, 2011

CAAMB’s Press Conference on Bangladesh Constitution Amendment : Why Islamic Favoritism spoils the Secular essence of Bangladesh ??

Kolkata intellectuals lambast fresh bid to have pro-Islamic constitution in Bangladesh

Report : Animitra Chakroborty | Kolkata, 8th July 2011.

Endeavor of reigning Awami League-led Government in Bangladesh to retain “Bismillah ir-Rahman ir-Rahim” and Islam as State Religion through fresh amendment of Constitution, squashing hopes of secularists and Hindu minorities there of apposite restoration of Secular Constitution of 1972, and its feeble exculpation that some ‘realities’ forced it to do so leading to strong dissents there has touched the shores of Kolkata too and depiction of the same was witnessed in the recent press conference held at Kolkata Press Club under aegis of CAAMB (Campaign Against Atrocities on Minorities in Bangladesh), Kolkata-based human rights organization well-known for its struggles against minority persecution in Bangladesh, on 08/07/11.

Dignitaries partaking in the said press conference included Dr. Mohit Ray (CAAMB), Dr. Ratan Khasnabis (Economist, University of Calcutta), Sri Subir Bhowmik (Journalist and expert on Bangladesh affairs), Sri Bimal Pramanik (Head, Center for Studies on Indo-Bangla Relations), Sri Ratneswar Sarkar (President, All India Refugee Front), Sri Kalikrishna Guha (Poet and Social Activist). The meeting was also participated by Dr. Sabyasachi Ghosh Dastidar (Department of Politics, Economics and Law, State University of New York, Old Westbury).

It can certainly be said that this approach of Awami League Government has not only delighted and strengthened Islamic fundamentalists in Bangladesh but has terrified minority groups– on the way to oblivion, once more also.

Speaking in the meeting Sri Ratneswar Sarkar stated apparently how the two-nation theory, propounded by MA Jinnah and Muslim League during the last days of British Empire, led to atrocities, anguishes and State-sponsored Hindu persecution in East Pakistan (now Bangladesh). He also congratulated organizers of the conference to be vocal against the latest nefarious design of amending the Constitution in Bangladesh, stimulating hard-liners there only, and put forward that Bangladesh must forsake this novel bid once and for all.

Sri Bimal Pramanik, at the inception of his speaking, made it clear that Sheikh Hasina, reigning Prime Minister of Bangladesh, had no role in the Liberation War of Bangladesh. As per him, despite making glorious sacrifices for the cause of Bangladesh, including in its war of Liberation from Pakistan, Hindus have virtually no position in the nation. He also stated that amendments of constitution and of Enemy Property Act on the anvil were flag bearers of worst.

Dr. Ratan Khasnabis stated without reservation that Bangladesh had gone through a Pakistan-like situation for decades. In accordance with him, no nation can develop if not it admits all of its citizens devoid of discrimination. He also made it clear if Bangladesh degenerates more, a substantial portion of its citizens will lose faith on the nation. As per him, apart from Hindus and other minority groups, secular Muslims will be the greatest sufferers, and if the fresh amendment continues, Bangladesh will lose its legitimacy yet again.

Sri Kalikrishna Guha made it clear once all these rot sets in anywhere like Bangladesh, ill-fortune remains the one and only companion. He requested the Bangladeshi Government to rectify its stand once more and save the country from the impending doomsday, its settled effect.

Sri Subir Bhowmik citing his experiences in recent Sector Commanders’ Conference where it was reiterated time and again that Bangladesh, without any secular outlook, had no future, stated that the amendment was not a mistake but felo-de-se or self-annihilation. On the word him, even after lots of years, Awami League can’t win the election on its own. It can only if Bangladeshis opt for the party en masse. Speaking on the creation of Bangladesh, he posited with conviction had there been no Agartala Conspiracy Case 1968, Shiekh Mujibur Rahman wouldn’t have become BangaBandhu and also that despite being an ardent secular, Shiekh Hasina remains surrounded by a coterie of pro-Pakistan officials.

He was also found to stick a knife into Indian foreign policy for decades and recounted how it has miserably failed to differentiate between its friends and foes.

As indicated by him, India’s execrable offense in foreign policy scenario took place in 2001, period witnessing worst religious persecutions on Hindus in Bangladesh, when Brajesh Mishra, then National Security Advisor and Principal Secretary to Indian Prime Minister, A.B. Vajpayee, being the first foreign dignitary went to Bangladesh to congratulate Begum Khaleda Zia on her landslide in nation-wide election. It is alleged, BNP, political party of Begum Khaleda Zia, in tandem with Muslim hardliners, was accountable to inflict worst torturing on Hindus then.

Dr. Sabyasachi Ghosh Dastidar, through this brief speech, brought forth a new view; terming each and every development towards hard-line Islam in earlier East Pakistan and present Bangladesh as ominous to Hindus. He also made it clear that Bangladesh War of 1971 was a brilliant maneuver of Pakistani leadership to racially exterminate Hindus. According to him, an assortment of facts and figures authenticate outright that more than 90% of martyrs in War of 1971 were Hindus.

Press Note CAAMB

CAAMB’s Press Conference on Bangladesh Constitution Amendment, 7 July 2011, Kolkata

CAAMB (Campaign Against Atrocities on Minorities in Bangladesh) organised a Press conference at Kolkata Press Club at 4pm on 7 July 2011, Kolkata. On 30 June Bangladesh Government under Seikh Hasina passed the 15th Amendment bringing back the clauses of socialism and secularism in the constitution but retaining Islam as State religion. The meet was well attended. Mohit Ray (Convenor, CAAMB) initiated the meet with CAAMB’s protest against retaining Islam as State Religion in BD constitution and starting the constitution with Bismillah. CAAMB apprehended that it will encourage a new wave of Islamisation of Bangladesh and the Hindu-Buddhist-Christians will have to face the consequences. AdvocateRatneswar Sarkar (Gen Secy, All India Refugee Front) expressed his concern over the Islamisation and narrated his experience as minority in East Pakistan. Bimal Pramanik (Director, Centre for Research in Indo Bangla Relations) described the Islamic amendments brought by General Zia and General Ershad. He said Selikh Hasina lacks the spirit of liberation war and this is a betrayal to the all the secular and religious minorities. People voted her to bring back 72 constitution. Prof Ratan Kahasnobis (Economist, Calcutta University) expressed his concern about the developments in Bangladesh and feels this is also a danger for the secular Muslims there. Poet Kalikrishna Guha appealed to the conscience of Bangladesh to rise above fundamentalism. Subir Bhowmik, well known journalist, narrated his experiences with Bangladesh media and others. He was present in Dhaka seminar where about fifty organisations gathered to demand the restoration of 1972 constitution accepted under Selikh Mujibur Rahaman’s government. Prof Sachi G Dastidar of New York State University informed about their protest on this issue.