‘The Hindu wants peace but does not want to pay for it’ – Tapan Kumar Ghosh

via Hindu Samhiti published on June 28, 2008

Sri Tapan Kumar Ghosh’s message to our well wishers

(Sri Tapan Ghosh along with 15 devout Hindus were arrested by West Bengal Police for organising a  Hindu meeting , The meeting was targetted by Jihadi-CPM nexus in the area and were brutally attacked  )

Dear friends,

The extreme privations of prison life notwithstanding,
all the 15 workers of Hindu Samhati, who are with me in the Diamond
Harbour Jail, are in high spirits.

In the incident of the 12th June
night 20 of our workers were injured, eight of them seriously. There
was also a lady among those who were seriously injured. Both the police
and the administration were complete failures in quelling the absolute
rampage that went on at the Hindu Samhati campsite, from 7pm in the
evening till 1 am at night. Not only that, the police team – many of
whom were seriously injured – took shelter inside the camp to save
their lives. If the brave young workers of HS had not fought the
bloodthirsty Muslim mob back with a desperate courage, one shudders to
think what would have happened. The 8 ladies participating in the camp
would surely have been violated and then another Godhra would have been
enacted in Gangasagar.

What happened and what could have happened – this event can be viewed
from numerous perspectives. But what I want to convey to my
compatriots, to those who are with me in jail and to those without,
that this is the price we have to pay.

In West Bengal Hindus keep their heads down and suffer insults
silently. They get persecuted, Hindu women are raped and gang raped but
still they do not seek redress or justice. As a last resort they leave
the homes of their ancestors and migrate. For all their sufferings they
just pray helplessly to God for deliverance. But God does not listen to
the entreaties of the weak and piteous. So the persecution does not
stop and the Hindus are forced to leave their homes and move elsewhere.
Whole areas become cleared of Hindus and India shrinks.

Such a situation cannot be redressed with prayer. One has to pay a
price. The Hindu wants peace but does not want to pay for it.
Unfortunately, in this world nothing comes free. This is the lesson
Hindu Samhati seeks to impart. On 12th June we paid a small part of
that ‘price’, being remanded to judicial custody was another part. But
a far, far higher price would have to be paid in blood, incarceration
and sacrifice to ensure true peace and security of the Hindus.
Preparing the Hindu nation for paying this price is the ultimate goal
of Hindu Samhati. There are no shortcuts to it.

In the great battle of Kurukshetra those who fought on the side of
Dharma, for safeguarding the Dharma, was aided by the Lord (Shri
Krishna) himself. Let
the devout Hindus, who are so devoted to Shri Krishna, ponder upon the
price the side of Dharma and righteousness had to pay.
though the Lord himself aided them. Arjun, Shri Krishna’s dearest
friend, had to suffer the bottomless grief and despair of a father who
watches his beloved son die in battle. Why didn’t Shri Krishna save or
revive Abhimanyu? He could have, if he wanted to. He was the
incarnation of God on earth; the elements were his to command. He
didn’t because even he could not act contrary to the law of this world
– the law which firmly lays down that anything worthwhile has to be
achieved at a price. Thus establishment of Dharma and righteousness
could not take place for free and without suffering. Not only did Arjun
and Bhim suffer the grief of losing sons. The field of Kurukshetra was
soaked in blood and the sky was rent by the lament of the Kshatriya
women. That was the price of establishing Dharma.

Today the Hindus of Bengal shall have to pay a dire price for securing
peace, security and the honour of their women. Let the Hindus of Bengal
prepare for it – this is the message of Gangasagar.

Yours forever,

Tapan Kumar Ghosh
Diamond Harbour Jail
24 Parganas (South), West Bengal

Tapan Kumar Ghosh and the Hindu Samhati team offer our heartfelt thanks
and gratitude to all our workers, compatiots and well wishers, who
responded to our call of distress on the night of June 12, 2008 and
selflessly did their bit in allaying the dire situation. May God
preserve you all.

Hindu Samhati

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