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Bro, what do you think about Tapan Ghosh and the Hindu Samhati? How popular are they in West Bengal. I like them from twitter, they seem more hardcore than RSS/BJP types, at least from twitter.
All of those guys are ultimately useless unless BJP comes to power here.
Since Mukul Rai has shifted from TMC to BJP things are better but still Mamta will win in the coming years.
U see 30% of the WB population is now Muslim and rest 30% of Hindus are commies leftist or plain retarded so chances of BJP coming to power is very less
If by some miracle BJP forms a government here then u can expect these guys to do some Jon at least.
 

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Kerala: Police recovers explosives under rail bridge in Malappuram, terror angle suspected

Kerala Police on Friday recovered explosives near a railway bridge in Malappuram, news reports said. The incident was suspected to be an attempted terror attack, India Today reported. Five metal containers containing explosives were found under the Kuttipuram railway bridge in Bharathappuzha, ANI reported.
According to Times Now, the bombs have been defused. The police is probing the incident, Deccan Chronicle reported.
The explosives were first spotted by passers-by, after which a team of senior police officers rushed to the spot and recovered the material, CNNews18 reported.
According to India Today, the explosives are similar to those used by security officials, particularly the Indian Army, in counter-terror operations.
Recently, a jaram (tomb) was demolished in Malappuram by miscreants, allegedly influenced by the Islamic State. An audio message from the terror organisation was recovered by the police that exhorted Muslims to destroy jarams in Kerala, according to India Today.
 

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Why the heck is this reverse polarisation line being taken. The mythical hindu consolidation will again be hampered.
 

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Village in Didi’s Bengal rolls out the red carpet for Rohingyas
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SOURCE: ENS



The Central government may consider Rohingyas a security threat, but the much persecuted stateless people are being welcomed in West Bengal. Over 40 voluntary organisations in the state are working towards settling UNHCR-registered Rohingyas in the state’s first Rohingya settlement in Hardah village in South 24 Parganas district.

After settling 29 people, including 11 children, in eight tin houses in the colony, these organisations are demanding citizenship for the 40,000 UNCHR-registered Rohingyas in India.

“I have written a letter to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee requesting citizenship for Rohingyas as she is sympathetic towards them. We have plans to make houses for at least 5,000 families in Hardah. Many villagers have agreed to give their lands for the cause. We urge Rohingyas from Bangladesh, Jammu and Hyderabad to come to our village if they are feel unsafe at their present locations,” said Desh Bachao Samajik Committee president Hosen Gazi, who gave his land for the colony.

The move gains significance in the wake of Centre dubbing Rohingyas a “national security threat” and mooting the deportation of those who have entered India illegally.

The Desh Bachao Committee is leading the 40-odd organisations in garnering support for the Rohingyas. They have already organised over four dozen meetings throughout the district in this regard. “We are not sympathetic to them just because they are Muslims. We have plans to settle 140 Hindu Rohingyas, too, in our village,” Gazi said.

He said he had informed the administration about the move. Intelligence Bureau sleuths visited the colony several times to check for the UNHCR cards and left satisfied, he claimed.

Several Rohingyas in the camp said their families in Bangladesh were trying to collect money to pay touts and slip into India. “My father is still in Bangladesh. As soon as we gather enough money, I will bring them to India. The police harass us in the camps there,” said 27-year-old Md Shahidul Islam who, like other Rohingyas, works as a construction labourer in the village.

“I hope our children will go to school and get good education in India,” said his wife Momena Akhtar. However, Gazi is wary of sending the Rohingya children to Islamic seminaries fearing backlash from Hindutva groups. “We want them to learn Hindi, English and Bengali first. They can learn Arabic later,” he said.

Nevetheless, Hindutva groups have protested against the settlement. “BJP-RSS claimed we are housing terrorists. If one Rohingya is found to be associated with a terror outfit, we ourselves will take action,” Gazi said.
 

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Village in Didi’s Bengal rolls out the red carpet for Rohingyas
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SOURCE: ENS



The Central government may consider Rohingyas a security threat, but the much persecuted stateless people are being welcomed in West Bengal. Over 40 voluntary organisations in the state are working towards settling UNHCR-registered Rohingyas in the state’s first Rohingya settlement in Hardah village in South 24 Parganas district.

After settling 29 people, including 11 children, in eight tin houses in the colony, these organisations are demanding citizenship for the 40,000 UNCHR-registered Rohingyas in India.

“I have written a letter to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee requesting citizenship for Rohingyas as she is sympathetic towards them. We have plans to make houses for at least 5,000 families in Hardah. Many villagers have agreed to give their lands for the cause. We urge Rohingyas from Bangladesh, Jammu and Hyderabad to come to our village if they are feel unsafe at their present locations,” said Desh Bachao Samajik Committee president Hosen Gazi, who gave his land for the colony.

The move gains significance in the wake of Centre dubbing Rohingyas a “national security threat” and mooting the deportation of those who have entered India illegally.

The Desh Bachao Committee is leading the 40-odd organisations in garnering support for the Rohingyas. They have already organised over four dozen meetings throughout the district in this regard. “We are not sympathetic to them just because they are Muslims. We have plans to settle 140 Hindu Rohingyas, too, in our village,” Gazi said.

He said he had informed the administration about the move. Intelligence Bureau sleuths visited the colony several times to check for the UNHCR cards and left satisfied, he claimed.

Several Rohingyas in the camp said their families in Bangladesh were trying to collect money to pay touts and slip into India. “My father is still in Bangladesh. As soon as we gather enough money, I will bring them to India. The police harass us in the camps there,” said 27-year-old Md Shahidul Islam who, like other Rohingyas, works as a construction labourer in the village.

“I hope our children will go to school and get good education in India,” said his wife Momena Akhtar. However, Gazi is wary of sending the Rohingya children to Islamic seminaries fearing backlash from Hindutva groups. “We want them to learn Hindi, English and Bengali first. They can learn Arabic later,” he said.

Nevetheless, Hindutva groups have protested against the settlement. “BJP-RSS claimed we are housing terrorists. If one Rohingya is found to be associated with a terror outfit, we ourselves will take action,” Gazi said.
Congratulations India,
You have just allowed future suicide bomber and jihadists into your country.
Hope your foolish citizens provide all kind of damn facilities and jobs available out there ( not to bother about existing un-employment shit).
ISI is willing to fund and train these immigrants so that they kick all Hindu's hot flat ass like anything on daily basis.
Regards.
 

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Village in Didi’s Bengal rolls out the red carpet for Rohingyas
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SOURCE: ENS



The Central government may consider Rohingyas a security threat, but the much persecuted stateless people are being welcomed in West Bengal. Over 40 voluntary organisations in the state are working towards settling UNHCR-registered Rohingyas in the state’s first Rohingya settlement in Hardah village in South 24 Parganas district.

After settling 29 people, including 11 children, in eight tin houses in the colony, these organisations are demanding citizenship for the 40,000 UNCHR-registered Rohingyas in India.

“I have written a letter to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee requesting citizenship for Rohingyas as she is sympathetic towards them. We have plans to make houses for at least 5,000 families in Hardah. Many villagers have agreed to give their lands for the cause. We urge Rohingyas from Bangladesh, Jammu and Hyderabad to come to our village if they are feel unsafe at their present locations,” said Desh Bachao Samajik Committee president Hosen Gazi, who gave his land for the colony.

The move gains significance in the wake of Centre dubbing Rohingyas a “national security threat” and mooting the deportation of those who have entered India illegally.

The Desh Bachao Committee is leading the 40-odd organisations in garnering support for the Rohingyas. They have already organised over four dozen meetings throughout the district in this regard. “We are not sympathetic to them just because they are Muslims. We have plans to settle 140 Hindu Rohingyas, too, in our village,” Gazi said.

He said he had informed the administration about the move. Intelligence Bureau sleuths visited the colony several times to check for the UNHCR cards and left satisfied, he claimed.

Several Rohingyas in the camp said their families in Bangladesh were trying to collect money to pay touts and slip into India. “My father is still in Bangladesh. As soon as we gather enough money, I will bring them to India. The police harass us in the camps there,” said 27-year-old Md Shahidul Islam who, like other Rohingyas, works as a construction labourer in the village.

“I hope our children will go to school and get good education in India,” said his wife Momena Akhtar. However, Gazi is wary of sending the Rohingya children to Islamic seminaries fearing backlash from Hindutva groups. “We want them to learn Hindi, English and Bengali first. They can learn Arabic later,” he said.

Nevetheless, Hindutva groups have protested against the settlement. “BJP-RSS claimed we are housing terrorists. If one Rohingya is found to be associated with a terror outfit, we ourselves will take action,” Gazi said.
Desh Bachao Samajik Committee :lawl:
 

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Bodhgaya bombs: JMB’s West Bengal module behind incident

Has the Jamaat-ul Mujahideen Bangladesh raised its ugly head again? The probe being conducted into the recent incident where bombs were found at the holy Bodhgaya shrine in Bihar may have not been the handiwork of the Students Islamic Movement of India or Indian Mujahideen.

It has been found that several modules of the JMB which is active in West Bengal had mushroomed over the past year. It could have been the handiwork of the outfit which has made several attempts to raise the Rohingya cause, the probe has shown.

The probe goes on to suggest that some migrants may have entered into Bihar recently and planted the bomb. The bomb was planted to coincide with the visit of the Dalai Lama, but the probe suggests that the spiritual leader was not the target.

The JMB according to investigating officers activated a module in Bihar to carry out an attack. However due to poor assembly the bombs did not go off. The incident was controlled from West Bengal, the probe also suggests. A call made from Bihar to West Bengal after planting the three bombs is what has led investigators to believe that the JMB could be behind the incident.

The JMB has been active in West Bengal since 2013. In 2014 a major module of the JMB was busted when a bomb accidentally went off in Burdhwan. It was later found that several bomb making units had mushroomed and were being run by the Bangladeshi cadres of the JMB with the help of locals. The bombs were meant to be transported to Bangladesh where a series of blasts were to be triggered off.

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Two Bengal mullahs, named Sheikh Jamirul and Sheikh Paigambar have been arrested in connection with Bodh Gaya explosion, recovered 50 kg explosives. (Note: Sheikh Paigambar is a Arabic language teacher of a madrasa and also an imam of a local mosque at Kankuria, Murshidabad, WB.)

 

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After toiling 40 years in the Gulf, he came to Kerala to start a workshop at Pathanapuram
But Communists had other plans. They planted flags signalling he had to pay 'Hafta' before he could set up his business.
Went from pillar to post.
Finally committed suicide.


Madhu stole 1 kg rice. A mob of Ubaid , Hussain and Abdul Kareem lynched the poor tribal man to death. This is a disgrace to a civilised society and I feel ashamed that this happens and kuch farak nahi padta.


Kerala: Pregnant woman loses baby after CPM leader kicks her stomach, 7 arrested

The family of a pregnant woman has alleged that a Communist Party of India (Marxist) local leader attacked her because of which she lost her child.

The woman, who was four and a half months pregnant, lost her child after a CPM leader named Thambykicked on her stomach. The woman, mother to a 5-year-old, had to undergo a forced abortion because of this.

The family further alleges that when a complaint was filed, the police did not take any action. However, the Kodencheri Police have arrested seven men in connection to this case and they will be produced before the court today. The arrested men include neighbours of the complainant.

The incident took place when eight men came to the woman's house to attack her husband because of an ongoing dispute over compound borders.

Earlier, the family had approached the taluk office to get the matter solved. The authorities had taken the measurements and divided the plot. However, some men often encroached on their privacy and entered the house to threaten and abuse the family.

When the family complained to the police, no action was taken.

However, on the day the incident took place, one Saithalavi who was acting as a mediator went to the family's house at night along with eight men. The group attacked the woman's husband and their son.

"I called the police but they said they don't have vehicle to come", the woman told India Today.

When the woman tried to intervene, one man's mother tied her and asked the men to attack her. The woman claims that two men, one of whom was CPM leader Thamby, attacked her and it was Thamby who kicked her.

Later, she was taken to the hospital where the doctors told her that there was a blood clot on her placenta due to which she lost her child.
 

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Its time for Bengalis to oust Mamta Begam ....before she turns WB into Kashmir. She suffers from rabid envy of Modi and can go to any extent to appease Muslims to remain in power.
In the meantime, WB economy is in tailspin with new investment declining and people moving their wealth out of "Waste..Bandh..Gal" Bribery and corruption in WB is extreme and at highest levels.
 

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Germans have their own version of Mamta. So they also have their own version of Kerala or W Bengal. :hmm:
European liberals allow refugees because they need someone to do low-paid unskilled labour.

Indian secularists allow refugees because they need them as vote banks. In neither case is there any genuine concern for refugees. It's all economics.
 

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