Special interaction organised by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti : ‘Present condition of Hindus of West Bengal’

 ‘Before India’s Independence, in 1946, Muslims attacked Hindus in West Bengal and the East Bengal (now Bangladesh), under the ‘Direct Action Day’. Since then, attacks on Hindus in this area have continued till date. Hindus resist Muslim invaders, but the repressive policy of the State Government is stopping the Hindus from doing so. Even so, Hindus are waking up and fighting. The present situation in Bengal has become like an Islamic Nation’, Mr. Prakash Das, the President of ‘Paschim Banger Janya’ in Kolkata, Bengal appealed to the Hindus to be alert so that the situation like Hindus in Bengal does not happen in other States of India. He was speaking in an online special interaction on the topic ‘Present Condition of Hindus of West Bengal’, organised by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti.

          Mr. Prakash Das further said, “Bangladesh borders 5 States of India including Bengal, and Bangladeshi infiltration continues in all these States. The State of Bengal has now become their ‘sleeper cell’. Infiltrating Bangladeshi Muslims are allowed to live here with all the facilities provided to them, but the Hindus who have migrated involuntarily from Bangladesh are ignored. During the current Mamata Banerjee regime in Bengal, attacks on Hindus are happening, but even a simple complaint about attacks or injustice on Hindus is not registered by the Police-administration here. Government schemes, facilities are given only to Muslims and Hindus are being deprived of these. Bengal has a rich cultural history, and many Saints and Sages have had their presence here. By keeping their ideal before us, the work of Hindu organisations will continue in the conflict situation here”.

Mr. Ramesh Shinde, National Spokesperson, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti,

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