Revibrating Bengal Hindu-line and the Future of Bengali Hindus

Upendra Bharti | HENB | Kolkata : The 9th anniversary of Hindu Samhati (est. 2008), a spreading Hindu organisation in Bengal, on 14th Feb in Kolkata has seen a spectacular success. Thousand of Samhati workers gathered in Rani Rasmoni Road venue with a strong resolution of Hindutva and to save the state of West Bengal from the onslaught of Jihadi activism sponsored by the ruling TMC and Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee.

Monks and leaders of Bharat Sevashram Sangha Order, Ramakrishna Order, Gaudiya Order, Bhola Giri Order, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti and many joined the rally.

This saffron wave in Bengal is perpetuating in a scene of spontaneous reaction of Bengali Hindu people being tortured under TMC rule in a suffocating situation of dreadful discrimination and high humiliation done to them by the state itself.

This reaction from Bengali Hindus comes obviously as an aftermath of Dhulagarh-Tehatta-Samudragarh- Katwa-Deganga-Canning-Usthi- Panchla-Dhola-Islampur- Mandirbazar-Kaliachak- Khagragarh-and-s0-on. The names are endless as the peace-lover brothers of Jihadi-didi are trying to capture Bengal as a bastion of Islam and Sharia in order to make a killing fields of Hindus, rape vines of Hindu girls and land of Barkati-Manirul-Arabul.

But, it is good to see that Hindus in Bengal are reuniting and retaliating.

There was a meeting of BJP on 13th Feb at Khalisani-Kalitala more in Howrah not far from Dhulagarh and Tehatta, the  two most haunted places for Hindus these days where the Muslims brutally attacked the Hindu villages during Milad un Nabi procession in first place and in second place more than 60 yrs old Saraswati Puja was stopped in a school, land of which was donated by some local Hindus in the year 1952 or earlier!

The Khalisani-Kalitala meeting of BJP also attracted a huge number of Hindu public in which the speakers outrightly condemned the TMC Govt and CM Mamata Banerjee for their pro-Islamic activism and Muslim appeasement.

BJP State president Dilip Ghosh was present in the meeting and warned a bigger Hindu retaliation, if the state is not ready to stop its anti-Hindu perpetrations. Opting the same Hindu line the other speakers also urged a greater unity of public against unlimited corruption and limitless appeasement.

Actually, the Founder-President of Hindu Samhati, Sri Tapan Ghosh and present BJP State President Dilip Ghosh both came from same RSS tree and both performed as RSS pracharak (whole timer) in able and important capacities for years together before appearing in their present positions.

So, the common RSS brotherhood in both the leaders is most expected by the striving Hindus in Bengal to reclaim Bengal for Bengali Hindus and reunite the Hindu organisations in Bengal for saving Bengal from being a Jihadi land.

The Hindu war cry for the fighting Hindus by the able and devout Hindu leadership is the most helpful measure for the massive success for Hindu might and rights of Hindus.

There are so many Hindu organisations in Bengal, within Sangh Parivar and out of it. But, Where is the unity exactly?

I can say one thing with full confidence that there is no problem to grass root level workers of any Hindu organisation to support each other and stay united. But, the leaders have.

If these differences of Hindu leadership can be withdrawn by sacrificing a little ego, making a range of understanding through drawing a common minimum Hindu agenda, the Hindus in Bengal will be invincible. Bengal will remain as a land of Bengali Hindus as created by Dr Syama Prasad Mukherjee to save them from a barbaric Pakistani onslaught.

The present situation of West Bengal is resembling with those days of pre-partition when Muslim League had been propagating for their rights of reservation, education system, self autonomy, Muslim law and separate land and the main political parties were just ready to fulfil their demands one after another.

The present day Muslims of Bengal mostly in TMC are also demanding the same rights of reservation, education system, self autonomy, Muslim law and fortunately not yet the separate land ultimately. The suppressed demands of Muslims in West Bengal under a 34 years Communist regime have been extremely proliferated in 6 yrs 9 month’s Mamata Raj in Bengal.

In such a critical juncture,  the unity in Hindu leadership in highest level and solidarity of Hindu activists and workers in ground level are two most urgent and important points to save the situation.

As a President of Bangiya Pradeshik Hindu Mahasabha (Bengal Provincial Hindu Council) Dr Syama Prasad Mukherjee built personal contacts with Bharat Sevashram Sangha, Rama Krishna Mission, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, Mahabodhi Society, Tarakeshwar Muth and countless Hindu organisations to forge a Hindu unity and movement for creating West Bengal for saving Bengali Hindus from Pakistani monsters.

We must choose the same line of Dr Mukherjee in the frequency of unique Hindu unity and solidarity to save Bengal from Jihadi onslaught.

The Hindu congregations at Rasmoni Road or Khalisani-Kalitala give us the positive message for Hindu regeneration in Bengal and that will be a most powerful component for making a Hindu Rashtra in Bharat.

Jayatu Jayatu Hindu Bangla. Jayatu Jayatu Hindu Bharat. Jai Shri Ram.

Source : Hindu Existence

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