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.