Tuesday, 25 February 2014

Pakistani Terror Creation and Bangladeshi Procreation: Is There an End to Indian Tribulation?

This blog post is a translation of Pratap Simha's article on the continued security and societal threats posed by the ever-increasing illegal infiltration and presence of Bangladeshis.

Two days prior to the Valentine's Day, (February 12, 2014), a security seminar was arranged to discuss "Border and Naxal Management" in the capital New Delhi.  It was organized by a not-for-profit group of academics who address the needs of security issues. One of the chief speakers at the event was not a leader from any so-called "communal" party, and he certainly wasn't a right-winger. He was none other than the Chief of the Indian Army, General Bikram Singh.  
Photo from BorderSecurityIndia

Addressing the border management issue, Gen. Singh called the illegal immigration of Bangladeshis in recent years as a matter of "
grave concern" and a threat to national security. Continuing on the issue, Gen. Singh told "The problem of illegal migration in Bangladesh has led to demographic changes in the northeast. It has led to serious internal security challenges in Assam"

So, have the Congress-lead union government been spreading lies with their continued claims of "No large-scale illegal migration from Bangladesh in recent years"? Or, Is General Bikram Singh lying?

Far earlier, in the year 1998, the then Assam governor S. K. Sinha had written to the then president K.R. Narayan a letter, a sample of which is presented below in quotes:

Dear Adarniya Rashtrapatiji,
Large scale illegal migration from East Pakistan/Bangladesh over several decades has been altering the demographic complexion of this State. It poses a grave threat both to the identity of the Assamese people and to our national security. Successive Governments at the Centre and in the State have not adequately met this challenge.
As Governor of Assam, I feel it is my bounden duty, both to the Nation and the State I have sworn to serve, to place before you this report on the dangers arising from the continuing silent demographic invasion. I have also formulated my recommendations for dealing with this issue of vital importance. I earnestly hope that this matter will receive due consideration and suitable action taken to avert the grave danger that has been building up for some time.
With profound regards.
Yours sincerely,
(Lt Gen (Retd) S K Sinha, PVSM)

Governor Sinha had conveyed his concern that if the current wave of illegal Bangladeshi migration went unchecked, Bangladeshi Muslims could become the majority community in Assam, reducing the Assamese to be a minority in their own home state.  Gov. Sinha had alarmed the possibility of a future demand for the merger of Assam’s Muslim-majority districts into Bangladesh.

Now! With a preparedness to drop to any depth for its share of the minority votes, does Congress not have the urge to lie? Or, do you see any such similar necessity for the nation-guarding, chief of the army Gen. Bikram Singh to lie?

After three consecutive defeats and with the realization of impossibility to defeat India at war, Pakistan seems to have chosen terrorism as a device to destabilize India. Meanwhile, with its unrestrained national business of mass-producing illegal migrants, doesn't Bangladesh seem to be on a mission to deprive Indians of territory and shelter? There indeed is truth to Gen. Bikram Singh’s words of “The problem of illegal migration in Bangladesh” posing “serious internal security challenges in Assam.”

So, what is the present state of affairs in Assam? In July of 2012, what transpired in Assam’s Kokrajhar, Dhubri, and Chirang districts?  Illegal Bangladeshi migrants have made refugees out of the local Assamese population in these three districts. As a result of this ethnic upheaval in July 2012, a spate of violence erupted between the local Hindu tribes and the Bangladeshi Muslims, leaving 1.7 lakh people homeless. More than 100 villages were burnt down. Fifty-eight Hindu tribesmen fell prey to the cruel schemes of Bangladeshi Muslims.  In different two areas, Pakistani flags were hoisted. Despite all this, Assam’s Congress Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi issued a statement that there was "Not a single Bangladeshi national in the state.”!!  If Tarun Gogoi is so truthful, then the report submitted by the former Governor S.K. Sinha must be a lie! And, what Gen. Bikram Singh is stating must also be false? Or, by issuing voter ID cards and ration cards to even to illegal migrants for the sake of votes, has Congress granted them a legal status?

Even S.K. Sinha was appointed by a Congress-supported Government. Then, was it a lie that his report recorded a daily entry of “six thousand daily Bangladeshi infiltrants”?

S. K. Sinha's is not the lone case. According to a study by Scholars from the University of Toronto and the American Academy of Arts and Science, an estimated 1.5 crore Bangladeshi Muslims have infiltrated into India. Should we also reject the estimate of 2 Crore Bangladeshi Muslims listed on the Book "The Silent Invasion"? If all these facts are lies, Congressi people should answer to the question: How has Assam today, become the state with largest Muslim population? How did another neighbor state West Bengal become host to the second largest Muslim population (26%)?

Assam’s Muslim population steady growth of 30% in the 1951-1991 period, witnessed a surge of 33% within the 1991-2005 period. As a result of this influx, Muslims have established a complete control in the four districts of Barpeta, Dhubri, Goalpara, and Hailakandi. Again, it is the Bangladeshi Muslims who wield power in the five districts of Bongaigaon, Cachar, Karimganj, Morigaon, and Nagaon.

Contrary to the fact that India is forced to shelter two Crore Bangladeshi Muslims, Hindus who were 29.17% of Bangladesh in 1947, have now plummeted to a deplorable 3%!

Doesn't such gratitude evoke irony?

Along with wiping out the Hindu population of Bangladesh, Organizations such as Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami (HuJI), Jamat-e-IslamiJagrata Muslim Janata Bangladesh (JMJB), and Jama'atul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) are overseeing anti-India activities in Assam and Bengal. Today, Bangladeshi names are cropping up in the cases related to the terror attacks on Delhi, Benaras and Bangalore’s Indian Institute of Science. According to the 2001 census, five of India’s ten most-populated districts are within W. Bengal. Of these five districts, 24 Parganas(North), 24 Parganas(South), and Mursheedabad share borders with  Bangladesh. Although these border areas remain namesake parts of India, none of the residents here are Indian–They are all illegal Bangladeshi immigrants. It is the same Bangladeshi Muslims who have caused a threat to the very existence of Bodos in Assam's Chirang, Dhubri, and Kokrajhar districts.  

It would be irrational to assume the menace of Bangladeshi Muslims ends with the violence faced by Assam's Bodos! 

Have you ever heard of “Mughalistan”? After their mutual combats in 1971, Pakistan and Bangladesh have again joined hands to split up India. “Mughalistan” is the name of the Bangla-Pak design to merge India's Kerala, West Bengal and Assam; Nepal; Bhutan; Maldives into Bangladesh. Another point of significance is the stretch that separates Mainland India from its Northeastern states of Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura, and Arunachal Pradesh. This 22-kilometre-wide stretch passing through West Bengal’s Siliguri region is also called the Chicken’s Neck. This little stretch is of high strategic importance. To sever this strategic link is high on the list of plans of the advocates of Mughalistan. Sharing a border of the length of 4097 km, Bangladesh is any day a threat to India. Need another example of the ungrateful attitude of Bangladeshis? It was India in 1971, which had helped Bangladesh gain independence by ousting the Pakistanis, who had literally converted Bangladesh into nothing more than a hub of sex slavery. During that struggle, there were Bangladeshis who had conspired to help Pakistan. Over the last year, Bangladesh’s current government under Premier Sheikh Hasina has been making amends by investigating and prosecuting such traitors. However, at every announcement of such punishments, Jamaat-e-Islami has been reacting by attacking the Hindus of Bangladesh. One such huge anti-prosecution protest was held even in our state of W. Bengal!!  Don't such protests on Indian soil expose a thankless, boorish state of mind?  At the expulsion of Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar (Burma), Muslims protest in the Azad Maidan of Mumbai!!

Have you ever thought of what these eventful trends indicate?

Again in the state of Uttar Pradesh, a Muslim-only political party “All India Muslim Majlis” has come into being. In Kerala, the partition-reminiscent party named Muslim League has been ruling through a coalition with Congress. If Andhra has an Majlis-e-ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM), Assam also witnessed the mushrooming of All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF). The most alarming development is that a fundamentalist Muslim AIUDF is today the main opposition party in Assam’s assembly.  In ten years’ time, it is certain that along with becoming a Muslim-majority state, Assam will also have a Muslim chief minister. Their political goal is not limited to grabbing power in Assam. The AIUDF had also contested the 2009 Loksabha elections from West Bengal.

To build political organizations in such a steadfast manner, from where did they garner this support?

Against the backdrop of all these developments, it is important to pay attention to the concerns raised by General Bikram Singh. Our seven northeastern states are called as the Seven Sisters. Assam, one of the Seven Sister states, is surrounded by the other six states (Manipur, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Tripura, and Arunachal Pradesh). In such a tight-knit geographical region, will the crisis that has gripped Assam not affect the other six states? It is of high importance that we realize the truth and concerns from General Bikram Singh’s words: “The problem of illegal migration in Bangladesh has led to demographic changes in the northeast."

And, here is the largess by the respected Mr. Nandan Nilekani, the likely Congress Candidate for Bangalore South Loksabha Constituency!!  The “Aadhar” grandstand assumed by this gentleman is actually issued out to residents of India, residents who’re not necessarily ‘citizens’ of India. A citizen should be a member of India’s public. Residency can be claimed by any resident. If it is not anti national conspiracy, what else do we term this scheme as? These Aadhar cards are distributed to even the illegal Bangladeshis as residency cards, thus converting them into legal, permanent residents of India, further consolidating them as a strong, future vote bank.

And, why has Congress impeded the Border-fencing project that was begun LK Advani in his tenure as the home minister. What message does Congress deliver to the nation when they have not been able to complete at least one barb-wire project in their rule of ten long years? Isn’t there a feeling of sacrifice of the national interest for the sake of votes? As a nation, how long do we tolerate them?

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