Police arrests Hindu Samhati activists who protested against molesting attempt by a Jihadi

published on December 14, 2012

Another conspiracy against Hindus is being plotted by the Administration at Bangaon to appease Muslims.

On 11 December 2012, at around 19.30 hours, Koyel Roy (daughter of Late Sankar Roy) who is a student of class VII was returning from her private tuition. At Debgarh, she encountered with Shafikul Mollah, who is a cow seller (dalal) of Sundargarh, Shafikul was in a Maruti car along with his few friends and was completely drunk. They tried to drag Koyel inside the car. But Koyel, somehow, escaped from them and entered into a nearby house where a marriage ceremony was being taken placed.

Gradually, this news spread across the area and local Hindus assembled at that place. In the late night, while Shafikul was returning through that road, the boys stopped him and beat him, also ransacked his car. Later, mother of Koyel, Smt. Kakoli Devi filed a written complain to Bangaon police station. The Officer In-Charge of the police station, Jafar Alam assured them that the culprit would be arrested within 24 hours.

Next day i.e. on 12 Dec, about 400 Hindus of the area led by Manas  Mahanta, the husband of Congress Councilor of 11 no. ward of Bangaon Municipality, assembled near Bangaon police station and demanded immediate arrest of the culprits. Hearing the news, Ajit Adhikari and a few other Hindu Samhati members came there to inquire the incident. The villagers submitted a memorandum to the police station. But as they witnessed the reluctant attitude of the police to nab the offenders, they went on to organize blockade of road at Bata More on Jessore Road.

A huge police force came to the place and requested them to withdraw the blockade. But the mob did not listen to their request. Subsequently, police started lathicharge on the mob and the mob also started stone pelting towards police. Some persons from both sides got injured. Police arrested 3 persons from the spot. Later in the late at night, at around 03.30 hours, police raided Debgarh and arrested 5 more persons from their houses including Partha Haoladar, Bangaon Block President of Hindu Samhati. It is to be noted here that Partha Haoladar is an honorable businessman of the area and physically handicap person.

Today on 13 Dec, 8 persons were produced before the court and police demanded custody of 2 persons – Partha Haoladar and Manoj Pal. Other 6 persons were sent to Judicial Custody.

Manoj Pal is from Sundarpur village of Gopalnagar P.S. who took part in the protest against brutal murder of Dipankar Roy by the Muslim culprits on 5 Dec.

The whole incident shows the absolute apathy of administration towards the atrocities on the Hindus, and gross injustice upon the Hindus of Bangaon area. Surely this injustice and discrimination are due to the political pressure on administration to placate Muslim vote bank and also due to the huge money involved with the massive cow smuggling.

Hindus are feeling absolutely helpless and discriminated.


Now, you are requested to call the OC – Bangaon police station, SDPO – Bangaon and SP – North 24 Parganas and request them for justice and proper behave.


1.  Why the persons were taken into police custody?

2.   Partha Haoladar, who is a physically handicapped person, should get proper attention.

3.   Only a few days ago, when Dipankar Roy was brutally murdered in open daylight in that area, police

     did not claim any custody of the culprits, why they are asking for police custody right now?

4. The 2 accused who are in police custody now should be accorded proper treatment legally.     

5.  Why this discrimination? Are Hindus 2nd class citizen in Bangaon area?      


OC Bangaon, Jafar Alam – +91 9830 12 5309

SDPO Bangaon – Rupantar Sengupta – +91 9433 87 7685

SP, North 24 Parganas, Saugata Roy – +91 9830 72 0987

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