Hindu Samhati leader Sri. Tapan Kumar Ghosh arrested on false charges

published on March 19, 2013

Shri. Tapan Kumar Ghosh (President of Hindu Samhati, Community Organiser and Human Rights Activist) was arrested from his home around 9 AM today (Thursday, March 14, 2013) by Muchipara police in connection with the Jalaberia case under Kutali Police Station.

Although Sri. Tapan Ghosh was not at all present in Jalaberia and was actually 80 Kms away in Kolkata, yet the police included his name in the FIR as the chief instigator. Strong non-bailable charges have been slapped against him along with other Hindu human rights activists.

Today Sri. Tapan Ghosh was produced at the Bankshall Court, in the court of the Chief Judge. Bail was denied.

Tomorrow he will be produced at a different court under whose jurisdiction (the Kultali P.S comes under). We will again move this court to grant bail.

It is becoming clear that Sri. Tapan Ghosh was arrested to prevent the proposed gherao, deputation and submitting of memorandum planned at the Joynagar PS scheduled for 25th March.

Just yesterday (March 13, 2013), he had visited the Police Superintendent of South 24 Parganas to give prior intimation of the deputation submitting of memorandum planned for 25th March.

Three police stations particularly are behaving in an extremely harsh and parochial manner towards the Bengali Hindus of the area. They are Joynagar, Raidighi and Diamond Harbour. So it was planned to pay more attention to these 3 police stations and organise agitations.

It is important to stress that the Islamist lobby (inside the West Bengal administration and outside it) has been working overtime to thwart Hindu Samhati’s defiant human rights work and relentless endeavour to foil the Islamists’ efforts to turn West Bengal into another East Pakistan. Hindu Samhati’s human rights activists have found that in many parts of West Bengal, the condition of Hindus today is similar to or worse than that of the Hindus in Bangladesh today. The oppressive atmosphere here is starkly reminiscent of the dire situation in several provinces of 1940s Pre-Partitioned India.

Sri. Tapan Ghosh (just before getting arrested on March 14th morning) made this stoic prediction and appeal:

“I am going to get arrested for protesting in the most recent Jalaberia incident. In the Jalaberia Hindu-Torture Case (after Naliakhali, Canning Recent incidents) , Police tried to break the power of Hindus , and thus Hindus protested and resisted to protect their lives and property, Police-Muslim nexus is visibly evident.

Now, I am at home, and the police has arrived to vindictively arrest me to suppress the raised Hindu voices by HINDU SAMHATI. I do not know if I will be granted bail or, not ! How many days I have to be behind bars, let us see ! Until I get bail and return, keep the HINDU SAMHATI work and support going on. I wish my all active workers, volunteers, and supporters for giving the best effort to save Hindus. Bande Mataram.”

 reaking News Updates : on behalf of Sri. Tapan Ghosh

News of massive Hindu protests against the vindictive arrest of Hindu Samhati’s president are coming from various places in West Bengal. Hindus are conducting street corner meetings, and street marching in several places. Villagers of Hindu areas are protesting furiously with Rasta Rokos as a form of social protest.

Massive Road Blocks , Protests, “Rail Roko” and ” Chakka Jam ” is occurred in many Railway Stations for long hours : –
1) Hotar Railway Station (P.S – Mograhat ) : South 24 Parganas ,
2) Kalyanpur Railway Station (P.S – Baruipur ) : South 24 Parganas ,
3) Joynagar Railway Station (P.S – Joynagar ): South 24 Parganas,
4) Ramnagar More (Streets) Blockage by angry Hindu Mob ( P.S – Baruipur) : South 24 Parganas,
5) Malancha More (Streets) Blockage by angry Hindu Mob ( P.S – Minakha ) : South 24 Parganas,
6) Huge Street Rally and Protest Cornering at Machhlandpur (P.S – Habra) : South 24 Parganas,
7) Protest march at Hasnabad (P.S – Hasnabad) : South 24 Parganas.

Bengal will break the silence , will you ? Support us, spread the news and updates to others. Use verbal medium, writings, conversations, words of mouth, e-mails, phone calls, deliberate discussions, Facebook shares, FB pages, FB groups etc in all possible ways to boost our Human Rights Work and give remedies to the indigenous Hindu populace in Bengal.

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