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Muslim Bangladeshis are dangerous for Indian demography

Posted by hinduexistence on August 4, 2010

Is there any district town in India, where there is no Bangaladeshi Muslim Infiltrator encroaching the scope of common Hindus ? -File Photo.

ATS arrests 28 Muslim Bangladeshis in Nagpur

The Hindu Existence Staff Reporter||Wednesday, Aug 04, 2010

MUMBAI:  Now the Muslim Infiltrators from Bangladesh invaded the core areas of Central India. The Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) arrested 28 Bangladeshi immigrants, working as labourers in Nagpur, on Tuesday for illegally staying in the city. They were remanded to custody till August 5. “Due to terror threat, we keep a close watch on immigrants from Bangladesh. They come here to work as cheap labour, but some have ulterior motives as well,” inspector Purushottam Chaudhary told The Hindu.

They have been charged under the Foreigners’ Act for entering the country without valid documents.

Experts say that Muslim Bangladeshis are dangerous for Indian demography. By this method of silent Jihad Bangladeshi Muslims are capturing the Indian economy, populace, political power by out numbering the Hindus in border districts of Assam, West Bengal, Rajasthan and Gujrat. Even now they entered the heart land of Capital City of Delhi and Cosmopolitan Cities like Mumbai, Chennai and elsewhere. The political parties in India except BJP treat these Muslim intruders as valuable vote bank for their political gain.

As per reports of the Interior Ministry of India, these Muslim Bangladeshis are figured not less than 5 Crores. Many a times these Muslim infiltrators act as operator of Jihadi and subversive activities in India.

7 Responses to “Muslim Bangladeshis are dangerous for Indian demography”

  1. YOGESH SAXENA said

    A Message to Bengali Hindus from Narain Kataria in New York
    My Dear Hindu Brothers and Sisters: Saadar Pranaam!
    § On behalf of the Hindus in America and the Indian American Intellectuals Forum, it gives me a great pleasure to know that on February 14th the Hindu Samhati has successfully completed two years of its valuable service to Hindu Samaj.
    We are happy to note that in these two years the Hindu Samhati has awakened a new sense of confidence and pride in the Hindu people of Bengal . Bengali Hindus now feel themselves confident and a power to reckon with.
    § We from America congratulate you for reinforcing a sense of unity and consolidation within the ranks of Hindu society in Bengal .
    § As you are fully aware we are the worthy descendants of great Rishis and Munis of Bharat. Our Hindu Dharma is the mother of all religions. It has no rigid dogmas and it adjusts itself with the needs of the time and situations.
    § The history is testimony to the fact that whenever there was a decline of Dharma and the Adharmic forces rose, Dharma has organized and mobilized itself to establish its supremacy over the Adharmic forces.
    § In 17th Century when Hindus were suffocating under Islamic domination and there was absolutely no ray of hope, Shri Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, the great Hindu warrior, rose in Maharashtra to root out the powerful and cruel Islamic rule in India. When Sikh Guru Teg Bahadur was martyred by Muslim rulers in Delhi , his son Guru Gobind Singh ji transformed the Hindus into Khalsa, rejuvenated them, and created a human wall of warriors on the Northwest frontier of India . Sikh Army chased out the Islamic invaders all the way back to Afghanistan and saved the Hindu Dharma.
    § Still more recently, the Bengali Hindu revolutionaries have played a crucial role in India ’s long freedom struggle. At one point, the entire India was looking to Bengal for inspiration and direction.
    § Bengal has given India many leaders. The multi-faceted luminary like Sri Aurobindo Ghose was a freedom fighter, poet, scholar, yogi and a philosopher.
    § Swami Vivekananda, another very famous Bengali before Aurobindo, was the living embodiment of sacrifice, chivalry and fearlessness. His powerful words uttered a one hundred years ago are stilling ringing in the hearts of millions of Hindus to galvanize the Hindu nation:
    ­ “Do you feel in the heart of your hearts the pangs and sufferings of your fellow brothers and sisters? If so, why are you not doing anything for them? Be at once active and dedicate yourself in their service.”
    ­ “This is no time to sleep. On our work depends the coming of India of the future. Arise, Awake and Stop not till thy goal is reached.”
    § Still more recently, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, the great revolutionary who established the Indian National Army, fought ferociously against the British Imperialism. His famous call to countrymen was, “Give me blood and I’ll give you freedom.”
    § Unfortunately, at this moment, Hindus in India find themselves completely leaderless and rudderless. They are looking for the courageous leadership and an immediate action. Obviously, they are looking towards the Bengal for it. Can we in America hope that the Hindu Samhati of Bengal will step forward and fulfill that expectation of the countrymen?
    § In these times, Hindus are at the crossroads of history. They are under siege again. They are being attacked from the within and without. An undeclared war has been imposed on them. Hindu has to identify his enemies and formulate an effective strategy to face them. To that effect, every Hindu has to work with other Hindu groups who are trying to do the same.
    § Hindus – in their very own country – are being controlled, manipulated and ruled by the minorities. They feel suffocated. The influx of 50 million Bangladeshi Muslims inside the West Bengal has added another serious dimension of terrorism to the earlier law and order problem.
    § The only way to handle these situations is for Hindu to take the political power in his own hands and establish a pro-Hindu government in country. Actually, this could easily be done by using the voting power of Hindus who form 85% of India ’s population.
    § Once again, we commend the courageous and brave groups like Hindu Samhati who have been doing a laudable work to unite the Hindus. We congratulate you for your indomitable determination, unshakeable courage and strong will power to strive for winning the political power and freedom for Hindus in India .
    § We have to be ready to play the role of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, Guru Govind Singh ji, Subhash Chandra Bose and Shyam Prasad Mookherjee to safeguard the freedom of our Hindu brothers in our Puniya-bhoomi Bharat.
    § My dear brothers and sister, please rest assured that in this historic struggle you are not alone. We American Hindus are ready to stand shoulder to shoulder with our Bengali Hindus. Bengali Hindus have taken up the task of leading the freedom movement in India all over again. We, the American Hindus too, will try to mobilize Hindu forces in America in your support.
    JAI HIND!
    VANDE MATARAM!

    Narain Kataria
    President
    Indian American Intellectuals Forum, New York
    –Respected Priya Bandhu Shri Narain Kataria Mahodaya jee,

    In your message to Hindu Samhati, Kolkata on behalf of Hindus in America and Indian Intellectual Forum, you wrote:

    “As you are fully aware we are the worthy descendants of great Rishis and Munis of Bharat. Our Hindu Dharma is the mother of all religions. It has no rigid dogmas and it adjusts itself with the needs of the time and situations.”

    We are sorry to say, Sir, it was not possible for us to understand what your exact intent was — and what you exactly wanted to say — when you used the word dogma in the above sentence.

    The meanings of this word given in the Chambers dictionary are: a settled opinion, a principle or tenet: a doctrine laid down with authority.

    And of the word doctrine: teaching: a thing taught: a principle of belief.

    Now; by using that word, did our respectable brother mean, the aeons and aeons old Hindu Dharma of ours has no settled opinion, no principle, no tenet, no teaching and no principle laid down with authority — and by an authority?

    We are sorry to accept, Sir, that we are at a loss to understand how our respectable brother had said that. And if it was so; we would like to ask him: how was, and how it could be, Dharma then — nay, how could it even be describable by this term if it had no settled opinion, no principle, and no tenet? Is it something chameolonic — ever changing, renovating, recasting and remodelling itself, and hence uncertain and undefinite? And, is this how our modernised brothers define it, or they have discovered an extra-ordinary, peculiar and special provision in it generously provided by Bhagawaan Shri Brahmaa Jee which can be made use of to cater to the needs, convenience and demands of the modern times?

    Alternately, did He (Bhagawaan Brahmaa) had also issued a special edition of it which was wax-like and could, therefore, be moulded and adjusted to make it conform to the conditions of the 20th and 21st century and the needs of the leaders residing in the West who had to debate with those of the other Faiths!

    When you have said so confidently, you shall certainly have incontrovertible Scriptural evidences in support of it. May we know what they are?

    We Hindus believe, — and Bhagawan Shri Krishna too has declared so in Shrimad Bhagavad Gita too — that, as and when there occurs a decay or Haani of Dharma, and an increase or ascendancy of Adharma, I take Avatar and manifest Myself to re-establish it firmly: “Dharma samsthaapanaarthaay sambhavaami yuge yuge”.

    Now; if there are no settled opinions, no definite principles or tenets, no firm teachings and beliefs that are laid down with authority by an authoritative source, how could Bhagawan Shri Krishna have said the above then? How could He have known and realised, that Dharma has gone down, Adharma has gained ascendancy, and it is time now, therefore, for Him to take Avatar to re-establish it firmly?

    May we also know, Sir, what was it for which He had taken Krishna and other Avataras, and it was to establish what, and which Dharma, if there was nothing definite and settled about it, its beliefs, its teachings, and its principles and tenets?

    We have one more question to ask – and it is not unimportant. If, as per your contention, Hindu Dharma makes changes, adopts and adjusts itself as per the needs and demands of the time and situations, how come that it did not accept, adopt and incorporate what had been propounded by Siddhaarth Gautam Buddha and Bhagawaan Shri Mahaaveera and they had to start their own separate Matas or religions?

    Why were not those teachings, Beliefs and Practices initiated by Bhagawaan Buddha and Bhagawaan Rishabh Deva incorporated, and they established their new Mataantaras, new Matas? Why did it not accept and incorporate also those of Guru Nanak Deva, Kabeer, Raja Ram Mohan Roy, Swami Dayanand Saraswatijee, Sahjanand Swami, Prajaapati Lekh Ram (of Brahmakumaris), Dayal (of Radhasoamis) and Acharya Rajneesh ‘Osho’ (which according to them were the needs of the hour) and they had to start new separate faiths?

    Why it did not change itself and incorporate their teachings and changed accordingly?

    Last but not the least, if you are right, there should definitely have come changes in the Dharma that was followed at the time of Bhagwaan Shri Rama from that of the period of Bhagawaan Manu, Rishabhceva, Bhagirath and Ikshvaakoo; from theirs to the one followed at the time of Bhagawaan Shri Krishna; and from His to that of Bhagawaan Shri Adi Shankeracharya and Maharj Vikramaditya of A

  2. Subir Sarkar & others said

    Save Bengalee Hindus in Assamfrom enticement to Islam on deportation to Bangladesh arbitrarily by State Government machinery- Facts & Figures

    1. Petition before Prime Minister of India on 26.03.2010

    To
    Dr. Manmohan Singh
    Hon’ble Prime Minister of India,
    New Delhi.
    Dated-26.03.2010

    Sub : Memorial seeking protection of Bengali Hindus of Assam against arbitrary imputation as foreigners and deportation/attempt to deport to Bangladesh, and consequent harassment by the State machinery of Assam.

    Sir,
    By this memorial, the undersigned public activists of Assam crave for your kind leave to highlight the causes of a vast section of people belonging to Bengali Hindu Community residing in Assam as well as those compelled to migrate to India being the victims of partition of India leaving their hearth and home in East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) and settled in Assam, with a fervent appeal that the authorities running the affairs of free Indian Union would be pleased to redress the grievances of those unfortunate people, set forth here in-below.

    1. That ever long since before independence of India in 1947, the Bengalees have been residing in Assam. Of the erstwhile Assam prior to independence, there were some districts, viz, Goalpara, Sylhet, Cachar, etc. which were purely inhabited by the Bengali population. As the fall out of partition, a major part of the district of Sylhet was given to Pakistan in 1947. Only a small part of it remained in India. There occurred mobility of people from those Bengali populated areas to other parts of Assam for work, profession and livelihood. These people by their skill and labour made enormous contributions to the development of Assam in almost all spheres.

    2. That India achieved independence in 1947 after a long drawn struggle. As the history of independence reveals that the Bengalees of East Bengal, Sylhet District and other Bengali inhabitant areas of the Province of Assam, took active part in the struggle for independence along with the people of the other parts of India at the call of the leaders of the freedom movement relying on the assurances of those great leaders that the people of India at large would taste the nectar of freedom. But at the end of the day when freedom came to the door, the country was partitioned on the basis of two nation theory. Two Sovereign States, viz. India and Pakistan emerged out of a unified country. The territory comprising of East Bengal and a major part of District of Sylhet of the then province of Assam was allotted to Pakistan. This territory also seceded from Pakistan and created a new Sovereign State as Bangladesh in 1971.

    3. That as a sequel to such a partition of India creating two Sovereign States as India and Pakistan, there occurred exodus of people from one Sovereign Territory to the other. A good number of people belonging to religious minority communities of East Pakistan after the great communal riot in East Pakistan in early 1950 migrated to the Indian Territory to protect their lives and families leaving their ancestral hearths for generations. At the backdrop of communal disturbance in East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) and consequent repercussions in India, the Prime Ministers of India and Pakistan (Jawaharlal Nehru and Liquat Ali Khan) made an agreement on behalf of their respective governments on 8th April, 1950 wherein it was agreed and declared, amongst others, that there would be a freedom of movement and protection in transit (Clause-i).

    4. That after independence, India adopted secularism, but Pakistan was converted into an Islamic country. This made the non-Islamic people of Pakistan insecure in so far as their enjoyment of right to practise their own religious beliefs as well as to protect their lives and properties. Such a feeling of insecurity was accentuated by the frequent riots here and there in East Pakistan let loose against the Hindus and other non-Islamic people, from time to time and particularly the mass-scale riots and disturbances in 1950, 1964, 1971 and 1992 and so on. Such insecure state of affairs compelled the non-Islamic sections of people to migrate to Indian Territory, particularly the adjoining areas of West Bengal, Assam, Tripura etc. It is pertinent to mention here that after the partition of India, the fore-ranking leaders of India – Gandhiji, Jawaharlal Nehru, Sardar Patel made open declaration that whenever the minorities of Pakistan would migrate to India, they would be sheltered in India. This declaration was meticulously implemented in case of people migrated from West Pakistan to India. Unfortunately this is not the case in respect of migrants from East Pakistan.

    5. That, in the wake of independence through partition of India, the then Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru in his speech on 15th August 1947 declared, amongst others, as follows:

    “We think also of our brothers and sisters who have been cut off from us by political boundaries and who unhappily cannot share at present in the freedom that has come. They are of us and will remain of us whatever may happen, and we shall be sharers of their good and ill-fortune alike”.

    This declaration fallen from the lips of no less than a person of the stature of Pandit Nehru, the then Prime Minister of India, remained an El Dorado to the ill-fated Hindu Bangalees of East Pakistan even after six decades of independence. They had to leave their ancestral place of abode for shelter and security, and to practise their religious beliefs. But far from getting a share of the cake of independence a member of Bengalee Hindu community turned into a persona non-grata to India. These unfortunate people despite fighting for independence of India were thrown to the wolves after partition.

    6. That, Assam being an area adjacent to East Pakistan (now-Bangladesh), there occurred a migration of people from East Pakistan to Assam. Among the migrants, there was a section of people whose stay in Assam was felt detrimental to the interest of general public of India or Schedule Tribe in Assam. To remove that section of migrants, the Government of India enacted “The Immigrants (Expulsion from Assam) Act, 1950 (Act No.X of 1950) on 1st March 1950, and Government of Assam along with Central Government was empowered to expel these sections of migrants from India. This provision of expulsion was provided in Section-2 of the Act. But in order to protect the migrants who on account of civil disturbances or fear of such disturbances in any area of Pakistan have been displaced or have left their place or residence in that area of Pakistan, a proviso was appended as a separate provision, to section 2 of the said Act. This provision was intended to confer a right on the non-Islamic religious sections of people of Pakistan to migrate to India and Assam and stay there. The words “East Bengal” in the statement of objects and reasons of the said Act, meant “East Pakistan”, which is present Bangladesh (held by Supreme Court in Sarbananda Sonowal’s Case; AIR 2005 SC 2920 at para-40). The said proviso of Section 2 of the Act of 1950 was incorporated to protect the Hindus and other religious minorities of Bangladesh, in as much as this section of people had been displaced from their place of residence in East Bengal. The Government of India sheltered them and granted reliefs.

    7. That, there had been intermittent communal disturbances in East Pakistan. Every such incident compelled the Hindus and other sections of people of secular credentials or other religious groups to migrate to India. The report of General Secretaries to the Seventh General Conference of the North Eastern Congress (I) Co-ordination Committee dated 3rd July 1998, at paragraph 20.2 states as follows:

    “The infiltrations are not only by minorities of Bangladesh but also from the majority Muslims. In absolute terms, the number of Muslims crossing into India is likely to be much larger than that of non-Muslims (vide para-9 of Sarbananda Sonowal’s Case, AIR 2005 SC-2920)”.

    8. That, the then Governor of Assam Lt. Gen. S.K. Sinha, former Deputy Chief of Army Staff furnished a report to the Government on 8th November 1998 in respect of influx from Bangladesh into Assam. The para 20 of the report runs as follows:

    “The growth of Muslim population has been emphasized in the previous paragraph to indicate the extent of illegal migration from Bangladesh to Assam because as stated earlier, the illegal migrants coming into India after 1971 have been exclusively Muslims”. (vide Sarbananda Sonowal’s Case, AIR 2005 SC 2920 relevant page 2932)”.
    The said report contains-

    “In this context, it is pertinent that Bangladesh has long discarded secularism and has chosen to become an Islamic State”. (vide page 2933, Sarbananda Sonowal’s Case Supra).

    9. That, the Supreme Court at para 40 of the judgment in Sarbananda Sonowal’s Case (AIR 2005 SC 2920) clarified that the words “East Bengal” in the statement of objects and reasons of the Immigrant (Expulsion from Assam) Act, 1950 meant “East Pakistan” which is the present Bangladesh.

    10. That, despite the background aforesaid, it is unfortunate that the state machinery of Assam has been overtly persecuting the Bengali section of the people residing in Assam as well as those migrated to Assam from East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) ever since before 1971 by way of referring them to Foreigner’s Tribunal Constituted under Foreigners (Tribunals) Order, 1964 wherein they are being put to the arduous task of proving that they are citizens of India. These references are done without verification of their status, length of stay in India, and only on sheer assumptions made by police personnel based on extraneous considerations. Since Illegal Migrants (Determination by Tribunal) Act, 1983 had been struck down by the Supreme Court in 2005; the state machinery has been taking reckless ventures to tinge the Bengalees who are genuinely Indian citizens under the law, as foreigners and put them to prove their citizenship, and that too, without discharging the prima facie burden of proving the grounds of reference as required by the Hon’ble Supreme Court in Sarbananda Sonowal (II) reported in (2007) 1SCC 174 at para-60 (page-197) as well as by the Division Bench of the Gauhati High Court in its judgment dated 01.02.2010 in Writ Appeal No.238/2008. The poor and inadequately literate people as they are find it difficult to properly engage lawyers, meet the expenses of litigation, and to appear in Courts/Tribunals frequently with their witnesses and evidence. Consequently most of the cases proceed ex-parte and the proceedees are declared foreigners and eventually thrown to police custody and pushed to the border areas of Bangladesh to parish. As is well known, Bangladesh is not accepting these people pushed to Bangladesh, and their fate is unknown. This is not only illegal, but unethical and violative of human rights. As Bangladesh is not accepting them as its citizens, and India having washed off its hand by pushing them in Bangladesh Border, these unfortunate people remain without nationality although they are Indian nationals.
    11. That, it is relevant to point out here that “Universal Declaration of Human Rights” adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations, vide resolution 217 A (III) on 10th December 1948, defined a set of fundamental rights of every person on the planet – Article 15 of the said declaration provides thus -

    Article 15

    (1) Everyone has the right to nationality.

    (2) No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his nationality nor denied the right to change his nationality.

    The alleged acts of the state machinery of Assam attempting to deprive the nationality of the persons belonging to Bengali Hindu Community in an arbitrary manner are in complete violation of the fundamental human rights.

    12. That, it is pertinent and relevant to mention here that the Government of India extended its protective hands to the Hindu migrants from West Pakistan to the states of Gujarat and Rajasthan of India by making appropriate legal provisions in 2004 for conferring citizenship to them. But no such protection was extended to the migrants from East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) and such migrants are thus being meted out a discriminatory treatment.

    13. That, Section 5 of the Citizenship Act, 1955 lays down provisions for citizenship by registration. ‘Any person not being an illegal migrant’ may acquire citizenship of India by registration to be made by any officer not below the rank of a Deputy Secretary of the Ministry of Home Affairs of Government of India as specified in Rule 8 of the Citizenship Rules. With a view to extending a special privilege to the Hindu migrants from Pakistan to the states of Gujarat and Rajasthan, the Citizenship Rules were amended by the Government of India in 2004 laying down an easy provision for acquiring citizenship of India by registration by the Hindu migrants from Pakistan. The Collectors of the Districts have been authorized to register Hindu migrants as Indian citizens. Here ‘migrant’ not qualifying as ‘illegal migrant’ has been allowed to register. But no such special provision has been made for the Hindu migrants from East Pakistan and now Bangladesh. Under Section 5 of Citizenship Act, a person not being an ‘illegal migrant’ may ask for registration as citizen. By amending Citizenship Rules in 2004, a special provision as Rule 8A was made to confer a special right to any migrant (whether legal or illegal) belonging to Hindu community to the states of Gujarat and Rajasthan. Hence a discriminatory treatment has been meted out to the Hindu migrants from East Pakistan, (now Bangladesh). Further, in case of ‘illegal migrants’ as defined in Section 2(1)(b) of Citizenship Act they are not entitled to register as citizens. But in case of Gujarat and Rajasthan any migrant whether legal or illegal may register as citizen (vide Rule 8A(1)(ii) of the Citizenship Rules).

    14. That, to furnish some samples of arbitrary deportation it may be pointed out to an averment of the Senior Superintendent of Police made in his affidavit in case No. W.P.(C) No.6513 of 2007, Mihir Biswas –vs- State of Assam in Gauhati High Court as follows:

    “That, the petitioner Mihir Biswas an illegal infiltrator Bangladesh Nation who was detected by Paltanbazar Police Border Staff on 17.04.2001 and after through interrogation he was pushed back to Bangladesh on 18.04.2001 through Mahisashan P.P.C.S. vide Ext. No.156/2001”.

    This deportation was made without any order of the Judicial Forum or Foreigners Tribunal.
    Again one Smti Kalpana Rani Dey, W.P.(C) No.1585/09 held by Foreigners’ Tribunal to have entered in India before 1971, was issued quit India notice by the police as stated by S.P., Nagaon in his affidavit in the Gauhati High Court without any authority empowering the police to issue quit India notice.
    There are many such instances of police harassment let loose against the Hindus.

    15. That, the Bengalee Hindu people particularly of lower strata in Assam are unable to sleep without the fear of being harassed and tortured by police any moment even during nocturnal hours, labelling them as foreigners. They are often lifted from their places of work and home, kept in detention and thrown to the Indo-Bangladesh border. The head of the family is treated thus. The condition of other members, female and children in the absence of head of the family can be well visualized. Such patterns of harassment are being faced off and on by the Bengalee Hindus. The human rights and natural justice are utopian concepts to them.

    16. That, there are instances galore of random deportation and attempts to deport the Bangalee Hindus of the rank and file to Bangladesh by the Police of Assam. Such high-handed acts of deportation by police without any order/authority of the Central Government or a competent authority are not only violative of the fundamental rights under Articles 14 and 21 of the Constitution of India but human rights too. A person whether a foreigner or a non-citizen, can be deported to Bangladesh if the said country receives the deportees. There must be a receiving country. But Bangladesh is not receiving them.

    17. That, the Immigrants (Expulsion from Assam) Act 1950 was passed by the Parliament to provide for the expulsion of certain immigrants from Assam. The Bill was originally tabled under the style “The Undesirable Immigrants (Expulsion from Assam) Bill”, to provide for the expulsion from Assam of undesirable immigrants. Clause 2 of the said Bill empowered to order expulsion from Assam of undesirable immigrants. After a prolonged and threadbare discussion in the Parliament, a lot of amendments were made to the Bill, particularly the proposed Clause 2. In place of “Undesirable Immigrants”, the expression “certain Immigrants” was substituted. Pursuant to the views expressed by a good number of members that after creation of Pakistan on the basis of religion, the minorities there had been facing and would face in future the treatment of persecution, a Proviso was inducted to protect these persons who had come to India as well as these who would migrate to India for shelter, against expulsion from India. The said Proviso to Section 2, runs as follows:

    “Provided that nothing in this Section shall apply to any person who on account of civil disturbances or the fear of such disturbances in any area now forming part of Pakistan has been displaced from or has left his place or residence in such area and who has been subsequently residing in Assam”.

    18. That, Smti Sucheta Kripalini, the member who proposed for adding the above Proviso spoke, inter-alia, “…………………… we cannot deny our responsibility towards those people. They were citizens of India. They fought for the freedom of India. But today unfortunately they have been left beyond the limits of India. We know that Pakistan has been following a systematic policy by which Hindus have to be gradually pushed out. If Hindus of eastern Pakistan are pushed out, they will have to find shelter somewhere. We cannot close our eyes to that Section. Even if it is difficult for our economy to support it, we have to give shelter to those shelterless people. It is a moral responsibility”.

    Further, the member, Shri T. Husain said during the debate – “I ask the Pakistan people – will they allow the Hindus to go from here to Eastern Pakistan? The answer will be in the negative.”

    The above mentioned Proviso to Section 2 was appended to protect the migrants who had/would come to India and its part in Assam from Pakistan due to civil disturbance or out of such fear, and to provide shelters to those unfortunate people. It is a moral responsibility of India as expressed by all the participants on the floor of the Parliament and accordingly the Proviso of Section 2 as quoted here in above, was introduced in the Act.

    19. That, Sardar B.S. Man, a member of Parliament from Punjab while placing his views on the Clause 2 of the Bill stated “………………………………… not only now but on any date, if due to civil disturbances happening there or if they find that the place is so uncomfortable and political conditions are such that no person of honour could stay on, they should be permitted to come over here ………………………… Therefore, I want a Proviso to be added in order that the Assam Government may not be permitted to eject Hindu refugees, that is those refugees who have come and sought refuge in India because they found Pakistan to be unworthy place for living.”

    The member, Shri R.K. Choudhuri from Assam expressed “……………………………………… so, my humble submission is that in this Bill we should make it clear that the word “Immigrant does not apply to refugees at all”.

    20. That, the Immigrant (Expulsion from Assam) Act, 1950 which was repealed by the Illegal Migrants (Determination by Tribunal) Act, 1983 was again put into force by the Hon’ble Supreme Court by its judgment in Sarbananda Sonowal’s Case (AIR 2005 SC 2920 relevant para-57). Hence applying the provisions of proviso to Section 2 of the Immigrant (Expulsion from Assam) Act, 1950, the State machinery of Assam is liable to be resisted and directed not to harass the Hindu Section of the people and deport them to Bangladesh or any other territory.

    It is therefore, humbly prayed as follows:

    i) That, the state Government of Assam may be directed to stop harassing the Hindus residing in Assam, both physically and mentally, by referring them to the Foreigners’ Tribunal or by detaining them to police custody, lifting them from their places of work and home, and throwing to the Indo-Bangladesh border.
    ii) That, the state authorities of Assam may be directed not to deport or attempt to deport any Hindu to Bangladesh or any other foreign land.

    iii) That, the Government of India may be pleased to make suitable legislation conferring citizenship to any Hindu who has migrated or will migrate to any part of the territory of India at any time from Bangladesh.

    iv) That, provisions may be made whether by amending the Citizenship Act or the Rules made there-under, or by enacting a separate statute, conferring citizenship of India to the Hindu migrants from East Pakistan/Bangladesh, and/ or for registration as citizens of such migrants without any pre-requisite to avoid state machineries’ un-called for harassment every now and then.

    -And-

    It is further prayed in the interim that till the Central Government considers the prayers aforesaid, the State Government of Assam may kindly be directed not to deport/attempt to deport/detain in custody any Bengalee Hindu or in any manner interfere in their free movement to pursue the earning activities for livelihood or otherwise cause harassment to them by the Police or State Administration, and/or to make any further reference to Foreigners Tribunal and to withdraw the references made against the Bengalee Hindus in Assam.

    -And-

    In fine, we shall be grateful if your goodself is kind enough to grant us an interview to enable us to explain our contentions, on any date convenient to Your Honour, and oblige.

    Yours faithfully
    PROTECTION FORUM FOR BENGALEE HINDUS OF ASSAM
    On its behalf :

    1.S/d.Sahadev Das 2.S/d.Kamal Dutta

    3.S/d.Jyotirmoy Roy 4.S/d.Manindra Roy

    5.S/d. Subir Sarkar 6.S/d.Iresh Ranjan Bhattacharjee

    7.S/d.Pramesh Chakraborty 8.S/d.Subimal Biswas

    9.S/d.Subimal Chakraborty 10.S/d.Nripati Dhar Choudhury

    Copy forwarded to:-

    1. Sri P. Chidambaram, Hon’ble Union Home Minister, New Delhi.

    2. Dr. M. Veerappa Moily, Hon’ble Union Minister for Law and Justice

    3. Sri Tarun Gogoi, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Assam.

    4. Other concerned.

    PROTECTION FORUM FOR BENGALEE HINDUS OF ASSAM
    On its behalf :
    Sri Sahadev Das, Convenor
    Advocate
    Odalbakra, P.O.-Lalganesh,
    Guwahati-781034,
    Dist.-Kamrup (M), Assam.
    Phone No.-98643-03208.
    email-sahadevdasadv@gmail.com

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    2. Synopsis of few cases (for example)
    Foreigners’ Tribunal (FT) Case No. 32(G)/ 2006 (Goalpara) :- Jogendra Ch.Biswas

    The above case has been initiated inspite of the order passed by the Gauhati High Court on 16.07.96 in Civil Rule No. 1175/90, declaring the petitioners as citizen of India

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    FT Case No:- 1074/G/2006 (Goalpara):- Promilla Saha
    The case has been initiated against her and she was declared foreigner by an ex-parte order, inspite of the fact that she was declared an Indian Citizen by the Foreigners’ Tribunal, Dhubri,Kokrajhar, Goalpara by an order dated 26.10.1995 passed in FT Case No:- 9/G/1993.
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    FT Case No. 52/2006 (T) (Diphu, Karbi Anglong) :- Pabitra Biswas & 4 family members

    The above case has been initiated inspite of the order passed by the Foreigners Tribunal, Diphu in FT Case No. 53/1993, declaring the petitioners as Migrant entering Assam before 25.03.71. The petitioners subsequently registered themselves as citizen of India according to the provisions of Section 6 A (3) of Citizenship Act, pursuant to order passed in FT Case No. 53/ 1993

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    FT Case No. 12/ 2006 (D) (Diphu, Karbi Anglong) :- Usha Rani Das

    (a) Her father’s name appeared in the voter’s list of 1966.
    (b) Her father registered himself as citizen of India.
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    Writ Petition (W.P.)before Gauhati High Court: (C) No. 2907/ 2010, arising out of LFT Case No. 533/2007 (North Lakhimpur) :- Mantush Dey

    The above case has been initiated inspite of the order passed by the Foreigners Tribunal, Lakhimpur, in LFT Case No. 224/2007 holding that the petitioner entered Assam before 25.03.1971, The petitioner subsequently registered themselves as citizen of India according to the provisions of Section 6 A (3) of Citizenship Act, pursuant to order passed in LFT Case No. 224/2007. But inspite of registration quit India notice has been served.

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    W.P. (C) No. 1056/ 2010 :- Alo Rani Ghosh

    In FT Case No. 212/2000 (Nagaon), it was held that the petitioner entered Assam before 25.03.71, but inspite of such finding, the Superintendent of Police (B), Nagaon, served Quit India Notice upon the petitioner.

    Such Quit India Notice cannot be served in view of the provisions contemplated under Section 6 A (3) of Citizenship Act.

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    W.P. (C) No. 1143/ 2009:- Sirish Ch.Das

    In FT Case No. 168/1987 (Nagaon), it was held that the petitioner entered Assam before 25.03.71, but inspite of such finding again another case being Case No. FT/ H/ 456/ 2007 has been initiated, in which without serving any notice on the petitioner, it was held that petitioner entered Assam after 25.03.1971.

    The police authorities arbitrarily tried to deport the petitioner out of India, ignoring the earlier order passed in FT Case No. 168/1987.

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    W.P. (C) No. 2533/ 2010:- Shyamal Paul

    Arising out of FT Case No. 527/2008 (Barpeta) holding that the petitioner entered Assam after 25.03.71 inspite of the following facts;

    (a) His father is a registered Citizen of India.
    (b) He passed Matriculation under Assam Board in the year 1985.
    (c) He filed nomination for contesting Election of Anchalik Panchayat, Barpeta Assam.
    (d) His name appeared in the voter’s list.

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    W.P. (C) No. 1076/ 2010:- Renu Bala Badyakar & 3 family members

    Arising out of FT Case No. 120/2007 (Nagaon).

    It was held by the Foreigners Tribunal that the petitioner and all his family members entered Assam after 25.03.71, inspite of the following facts;

    (a) No Notice have been served on the other family members.
    (b) No notice served on the petitioner in accordance with law.
    (c) Quit India Notices were also served, ignoring the fact that other family members of the petitioner were not made parties and their cases were not referred to the Foreigners Tribunal.

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    W.P. (C) No. 1240/ 2010:- Prafulla Sarkar

    Arising out of FT, Kamrup (Metro) Case No. 114/2007, holding that the petitioner entered Assam after 25.03.71 inspite of the following facts;

    (a) They are resident of Jalpaiguri, (West Bengal) and his father purchased a plot of land at Jalpaiguri, West Bengal in the year 1950
    (b) He studied in Jella Primary School, Jalpaiguri upto 1967.
    (c) Ration Card was issued to him by the Government of West Bengal.
    (d) His and his family members name appeared in the voter’s list.

    Now he is under detention.

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    W.P. (C) No. 1069/ 2010:- Uma Biswas

    Arising out of FT Case No. 443/2007 (Lakhimpur), holding that the petitioner entered Assam after 25.03.71 inspite of following facts;

    (a) She was born on 29.05.1982, at Dimapur, Nagaland.
    (b) Ration Card was issued to his father.
    (c) Originally her family is from Cooach Behar, West Bengal.
    (d) Her father in law’s name appeared in the Voter’s list of 1965.

    Now she is under detention.

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    W.P. (C) No. 2745/2010:- Bali Biswas

    Arising out of FT Case No. 90/2009 (Lakhimpur);

    (a) His father’s name appeared in the Voter’s list of 1971.
    (b) Residence certificate issued by Gaon Burah, Government of Assam

    Now he is under detention.
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    W.P. (C) No. 2740/ 2010:- Sandhya Rani Biswas

    Arising out of FT Case No. 72/2008 (Lakhimpur;

    (a) Her father’s name appeared in the Voter’s lists of 1965 and 1970.
    (b) School certificate showing that she was born on 1975 and studied upto class – IX.
    (c) Land allotment certificate of 1976.
    Now she is under detention.

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    W.P. (C) No. 5902/ 2009:- Benoy Bhushan Kar

    Arising out of FT Case No. 43/ G/ 2006 (Goalpara);

    (a) His entire family migrated from East Pakistan (Now Bangladesh) in the year 1965 and Ministry of Rehabilitation, Government of India issued Relief Eligibility Certificate.
    (b) His father registered himself as Citizen of India.
    (c) His father’s name appeared in the Voter’s list of 1977.
    (d) Residence Certificate issued by Gaon Panchayat, Government of Assam.

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    W.P. (C) No. 5901/ 2009:- Sambhu Mondal

    Arising out of FT Case No. 233/ G/ 2006 (Goalpara);

    (a) His father’s name appeared in the Voter’s list of 1959.
    (b) School Certificate showing that he studied upto 1965.
    (c) His name appeared in the Voter’s list of 1984, 1993, 1994.
    (d) Caste Certificate was issued by Sub-Divisional Schedule Caste Development Board.

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    F.T. Case No. 137/2006 (Karimganj) :- Pulindra Namasudra

    (a) His father died in the year 1965 when he was minor.
    (b) His brother’s name appeared in the voter’s list of 1966.
    (c) His name appeared in the Voter’s list of 1970 and 1977.
    (d) Both he and his brother purchased land in the year 1966 and 1972.

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    FT Case No. 68 (D)/ 2006 (PE No. 95/1997) (Dibrugarh) :- Soma Bhowal

    (a) Her father was a student of Nagaon Bengali Boy’s High School and studied upto 08.02.1947.
    (b) Her father has got LIC policy dated 02.04.1964.
    (c) Displaced person order issued in favour of her grand father by SDO, Nagaon, in Case No. 170 dated 21.02.1957.
    (d) She passed matriculation from Assam Board in the year 1989.

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    FT Case No. 520/2007 (Lakhimpur) :- Sandhya Rani Dey

    (a) He and his family originally belong to Nodia District of West Bengal. His father has got landed property in West Bengal.
    (b) He came to Sibsagar District of Assam in the year 1967 and later shifted to Lakhimpur District and opened a shop in 1970-71.
    (c) He has got documents issued by Government of West Bengal, including Ration Card, Voter’s List etc.

    Now he is under detention.

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    FT Case No. 190/2007 (Lakhimpur) :- Tapan Biswas

    (a) His father’s name appeared in the Voter’s list of 1966.
    (b) He has got birth certificate.
    (c) He has got School Certificate issued in the year 1992.

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    FT Case No. 599/2007 (Lakhimpur):- Ganesh Dey

    (a) He along with his parents came to Assam from Nodia District of West Bengal in the year 1964.
    (b) His name appeared in the voter’s list of 1966.
    (c) In the year 1970-71, they opened a shop in Lakhimpur District.
    (d) He purchased a land in his name and his name has been shown in the Jamabandi (Mutuation Record) issued in the year 1973.

    Now he is under detention.

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    IM (DT) Case No. 2909 (G)/2003 (Goalpara) :- Mantu Saha

    (a) His father’s name appeared in the Voter’s list of 1966.
    (b) Sale deed of 1952 showing that his father purchased property in Assam.
    (c) School Certificate was issued on 18.01.1967.

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    FT Case No. 416/G /2006 (Goalpara):- Benu Kumar Moitra

    (a) Relief Eligibility Certificate was issued by Ministry of Rehabilitation showing that the entire family Migrated on or after 01.01.64 due to riot in East Pakistan (Now Bangladesh).
    (b) School Certificate was issued.
    (c) Residence Certificate issued by Government of Assam.

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    FT Case No. 272/G/2006 (Goalpara) :- Pana Bala Ghosh & her family

    (a) Name of both husband and wife (Opposite parties in the above case) appeared in the Voter’s List of 1966 and 1970.
    (b) Smti. Panna Bala Ghosh’s father’s name appeared in the voters list of 1966 and he is a citizen of India by registration.

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    FT Case No. 157 (G)/ 2006 (Goalpara) :- Rani Mitra

    (a) Her name appeared in the voter’s list of 1966.
    (b) Residence certificate of her father –in- law issued by the Deputy Commissioner, Goalpara.
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    FT Case No. 702/2007 (Karimganj) :- Panchali Acharjee

    (a) His father’s name appeared in the voter’s list of 1966.
    (b) School Certificate and Voter list is available.

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    FT Case No. 196/2009 (Karimganj) :- Saptami Suklabaidya

    (a) His father’s list appeared in the voter’s list of 1966.
    (b) His name appeared in the Voter’s list of 1997.
    (c) Caste Certificate issued by the Deputy Commissioner, Karimganj.

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    FT Case No. 52/2008 (Karimganj) :- Dipankar Rudrapaul

    (a) His father’s name appeared in the voter’s list of 1966.
    (b) His name appeared in the Voter’s list of 2005.
    (c) Family identity card issued by the Superintendent, Food and Civil Supply, Karimganj, Government of Assam.
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    FT Case No. 396/2006 (Karimganj) :- Sabitri Bala Das

    (a) His father’s name appeared in the Voter’s list of 1966.
    (b) His name appeared in the voter’s list of 2005.
    (c) School certificate was issued.
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    FT Case No. 77/2006 (Karimganj) :- Sukriti Rani Debnath

    (a) His father’s name appeared in the Voter’s list of 1966
    (b) OBC Certificate was issued by the Chairman, OBC Board and it is countersigned by Addl. Deputy Commissioner, Karimganj.

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    FT Case No. 295/2006 (Karimganj):- Akhil Ch. Deb
    (a) His father’s Name was appeared in Voter’s list of 1966.
    (b) His name also appeared in Voter’s list.
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    FT Case No. 294/2007 (Karimganj):- Amoresh Deb
    (a) His father’s name appeared in Voter’s list of 1966.
    (b) His name also appeared in Voter’s list.
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    WP(C) No:- 5731/2007 arising out of FT Case No:- 940/2006 (Darrang/Mangoldoi):- Parul Bala Sen
    (a) Her father’s name appeared in the voter’s list of 1965.
    (b) Mother’s name appeared in the voter’s list of 1965
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    WP(C) No:- 2287/08 arising out of FT Case No:-400/06 (Darrang/Mangaldoi):- Parul Das
    (a) Inspite of the fact that her parents’ name appeared in the voter’s list of 1965, she was deported from India
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    FT(Kamrup) Case No:- 530/07:- Sambhu Dey
    (a) His father joined Bengal & Assam Railway in 1943
    (b) Certificate of Railway authority dated 11.10.1963
    (c) Emergency duty card dated 06.01.1964
    (d) Voter’s list
    (e) Duty pass dated 27.11.1963
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    FT Case No:- 265/G/2006:- (Goalpara):- Anjali Sarkar
    (a) Her parents migrated to West Bengal (Mathabhanga) in the year 1965
    (b) Voter’s Identity card
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    FT Case No;- 1202/G/06 (Goalpara):- Satyaban Das @ Satyaram Das & Malati Das
    (a) Migration Certificate
    (b) Citizenship registration certificate
    (c) They are in custody since 15.01.2010
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    WP(C) No:-2288/08 arising out of FT(2) Case No:-481/06 (Darrang/Mangaldoi):- Gauranga Das
    (a) His father was declared an Indian citizen by Foreigners’ Tribunal, Mangaldoi.
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    WP(C)No:-379/09 arising out of FT(D) No:-328/07, (Morigaon):- Ramal Biswas @ Rakhal Biswas
    (a) His grandfather’s name appeared in the voter’s list of 1965.

    Protection Forum for Bengalee Hindus of Assam
    On its behalf

    Kamal Dutta
    Joint Convenor

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    3. Representation before Governor of Assam dtd. 13.09.2010

    Protection Forum for Bengalee Hindus of Assam
    Kamal Dutta
    Convenor
    13th September,2010
    To
    Shri Janaki Ballav Patnaik,
    Hon’ble Governor of Assam
    Raj Bhawan, Guwahati-1

    Respected Sir,
    We wish to draw your kind attention to our Memorandum dtd. 26.3.2010, submitted to Hon’ble Prime Minister, with copy to Hon’ble Union Home Minister, Hon’ble Union Law Minister and Hon’ble Chief Minister, Assam.

    In this matter, we wish to bring your kind notice on the numerous instances of random deportation or attempt to deport the Bangalee Hindus of the rank and file to Bangladesh by the Police of Assam. Many of them are landed silently in jail for years. Had a person been accused under criminal charges, he would have the opportunity to seek bail. But Bengalee Hindus, by virtue of their birth and language, are at prey, being treated under such non-bail able offence. Most of them have all papers of Indian citizenship. But the non-bail able “Quit India” notices are being arbitrarily issued indiscriminately by the police administration. There are instance that husband (e.g. Satyban Das) is kept in Goalpara jail, wife (e.g. Malati Das) in Kokrajhar jail. Young Bengalee Hindu mother (23 years of age) had been taken to jail for deportation leaving 9months old daughter in the hands of unfortunate husband and relatives. Earning member or head of the family has been landed in jail without caring who to take care of the rest members of the family, who to take care of the studies of the grown up child.
    What is their crime? India is independent and they fought for independence too. Bengalee Hindus are not responsible for partition of India. They are forced to leave their home & hearth at Pakistan or Bangladesh, due to partition and for that matter, independence of India.
    Very important to any Bengalee Hindus, as part of marriage rituals, the groom places vermillion (সিঁদুর) on the bride’s forehead: bride is made to wear the shell (শাঁখা) and red lac (পলা) bangles as everlasting symbols of living husband by seven married women. In an incident that has been brought to our notice recently that a 70 years old Bengalee Hindu woman had to rub off Sindur (sacred vermillion) and to ward of shell bangles, as per advice of the sympathetic Assam Police officials, made before pushing both husband and wife to Bangladesh at night, in order to appear them as Muslims. Such high-handed acts of deportation to Bengalee Hindus without any order/authority of the Central Government or a competent authority are not only violative of the fundamental rights under Articles 14 and 21 of the Constitution of India but human rights too.
    As assured by Jawaharlal Nehru and other national leaders, fruits of Independence are to be shared by all, not by few individual or few communities and up to certain period of time.
    We enclose herewith some list (as specific example) of persons/ family now under detention/ deportation order in various jails for pretty long period with the imputation as foreigners from Bangladesh/ East Pakistan in spite of Supreme Court verdict in favor of Immigrant (Expulsion from Assam) Act, 1950 in the matter of Sarbananda Sonowal vs Union of India against IMDT Act, 1984.

    FT case No./WP© case No Name District Lodged in Jail
    1. 114/07:1240/10 Profulla Sarkar Kamrup (Metro) Goalpara (from 11/09)
    2. 443/07: 1069/10 Uma Biswas Lakhimpur -do-
    3. 90/07: 2745/10 Bali Biswas -do- -do-
    4. 72/08: 2740/10 Sandhya Rani Biswas -do- -do-
    5. 599/07 Ganesh Dey -do- -do-
    6. :738/10 Satyban Das(Husband) Kamrup (Rural) -do-(from 15/1/10)
    7. :733/10 Malati Das (wife) -do- Kokrajhar
    8. :3859/10 Kalyani Roy Choudhury –do- Goalpara(from 14/11/09)
    9. 1063/G/06 Basana Saha Das Goalpara Kokrajhar
    10. 43/G/06 Binoy Bhusan Kar -do- —–
    11. 416/G/06 Benu Kumar Moitra -do- Goalpara
    12. 327/06 Sefali Saha (wife) -do- To be deported in Bangladesh
    13. Kamana Acharjee -do- To be deported in Bangladesh
    14. Entire family -do- To be deported in Bangladesh
    15. 463/06 Sabitri Das -do- Goalpara
    16. :5558/09 Pabitra Saha -do- Entire family to be deported
    17. 1064/06 Uttam Das -do- Goalpara
    18. 606/07 Sadhan Das Hojai Deported from Jail to Bangladesh
    (List of other victims to follow).

    Also we like to draw your attention to some extreme examples of intolerance, similar to the days of NAZI Government in Europe, on the part of State Machinery of Assam, where under trials are not spared for deportation. As reported on 31.8.2010 that in case (MC No.2780/10 in WA No.143441) before Hon’ble Gauhati High Court (court No1, item No. 20), a Bengalee Hindu, Shri Ramal Biswas alias Rakhal Biswas of Morigaon district, jailed in Goalpara had been deported to Bangladesh, when the matter was pending before court. Similarly earlier Misc Case No. 2631/08 arising out of WP(C ) No. 6326/2000, Shri Dinesh Chandra Saha from Hojai, Nagaon had been deported to Bangladesh without waiting for the court verdict. These types of arbitrary deportation of Bengalee Hindus to Bangladesh, deserves serious condemnation and are to be stopped as per Immigrant (Expulsion from Assam) Act, 1950. In accordance to said Act (proviso as in section 2) migrants who have come in Assam out of civil disturbance in Bangladesh are not to be deported, vide Supreme Court Judgment dtd. 12.7.2005, while striking down IMDT Act, 1984.
    Kindly take appropriate action to release these unfortunate Bengalee Hindu families immediately for a free and fair living in India, and to grant natural citizenship at par with migrants entering from Pakistan in Rajasthan and Gujarat, as per Citizenship Amendment Act, 2004. All the Bengalee Hindus are true Indian citizens. The matter is urgent in view of the humanitarian relief required to be rendered. Please do the needful urgently to rescue such ill fated Bengalee Hindu families, who have no other secondary Home land except India.
    We seek your immediate intervention in the matter.
    Yours sincerely,
    Kamal Dutta,
    On behalf of Protection Forum for Bengalee Hindus of Assam
    Hojai, Assam (Camp: Guwahati)
    Ph: 9435168473, 9435195848, 9435342305

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    4. Press Release on 29.09.2010

    Press Release
    Persecution of Bengalee Hindus in Assam as foreigners- Protest from Protection Forum
    Leading Bengalee Hindu citizens under the banner of Protection Forum for Bengalee Hindus of Assam today (29.09.2010) met Shri Janaki Ballav Patnaik, Governor of Assam at Raj Bhawan and has drawn his attention to Forum’s Memorandum dtd. 26.3.2010, submitted to Prime Minister, with copy to Union Home & Law Ministers and Chief Minister, Assam.
    Forum cited numerous instances of indiscriminate persecution of Bengalee Hindus on being dubbed as foreigners (Bangladeshis) on issuing quit India notices/ or referring to Tribunals. Many people are deported by the police leaving them in water or deep jungle in the border at night including apparent enticement to convert to Islam before deportation. Even young married woman on parting from year-old baby, or head having dependent members in the family including school going children are not spared. Many of them are without any order of the Foreigners’ Tribunal or any other competent authority. Treating them as foreigners, they are dumped in the detention camp for months together, resembling tale of concentration camp in Nazi days of Europe. Even women folks are not spared. Husband is kept in one jail and wife in another. People who normally reside in the remote rural areas are dragged to the Foreigners’ Tribunals without first verifying their status. They are not able to meet expanses of fighting litigation, engage lawyers, and appear with witness frequently. In many cases orders are passed holding them as foreigners. There is no provision for appeal. Only alternative is to approach the High Court in writ jurisdiction which is expansive. In the High Court also now-a-days, they fail to get justice.

    Forum pointed out that long before 1947; Bengalees have been residing in Assam. They are Indians. A section of Bengalee Hindu migrated to India from East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) due to civil disturbances in East Pakistan from 1947 to 1971 and has been residing in Assam. They are Indians under section 6A of the Citizenship Act. After 1971 as the report of the Governor of Assam, Sri.S.K.Sinha goes, the illegal migrants coming into India after 1971 are exclusively Muslims. Hence official report of the Governor which was relied on by the Supreme Court in Sarbananda Sonwal’s case, shows that no Hindu had migrated to India from Bangladesh after 1971. Even if any fraction has migrated to Assam after 1971, they are protected under proviso to Section 2 of the Immigrants (Expulsion from Assam) Act 1950. Bengalee Hindus are not responsible for partition of India. They also have got no secondary home land except India. They fought for independence too. Fruits of Independence are to be shared by all, as assured by national leaders without any time frame. If Hindu migrants from Pakistan could be provided citizenship in Gujarat and Rajasthan, as per Citizenship Amendment Act, 2004, why not Hindu migrants from Bangladesh should be treated at par in India, the Forum questioned.

    Forum urged upon the Governor to stop the persecution of the Bengalee Hindus of Assam on prevailing upon the state Govt who is liable to be directed by the Union Home Deptt to stop issuing notices to the Bengalee Hindus to quit India, release all persons detained in detention camps in Assam immediately, stop deporting the Bengalee Hindus to Bangladesh, withdraw all cases referred to and pending in foreigners’ tribunals in Assam, Assam Govt to inform the High Court that the cases pending in the High Court against the orders of Foreigners’ Tribunals may be referred to the Govt. to reconsider the matter in view of the proviso to Section 2 of the Act of 1950 and to restrain from referring any further cases to the Foreigners’ Tribunal against Bengalee Hindus.

    Delegation was comprised of Shri Kamal Dutta, Jyotirmoy Choudhury, Subir Sarkar, Kishore Choudhury and others. Governor assured the delegation that he will seek immediate report from the state govt. and do the requisite redressal.
    Kamal Dutta,
    On behalf of the Protection Forum for Bengalee Hindus of Assam
    Hojai, Assam (Camp: Guwahati)
    Ph: 9435168473, 9435195848, 9435342305

  3. Mulayam Singh Yadav wish to exploit the situation to garner Muslim votes in future political battles. But some common voters have asked him to get lost and not stoke the fire of communal hatred when the complex issue of the Ram Janmabhoomi is likely to be resolved amicably. They have dug out old fossils to write the lead articles and Op-Eds sympathizing with the Muslim community in their hour of grief. The corrupt media personals pre occupied by anti nationalists forces like HINDUSTAN TIMES PROJECTING IT SELF AS PAKISTAN TIMES, without looking to the situation of Pakistan devastations and leading towards army coup again and ruling upon the fleshes and donations of Indian congress government still trying the provoke the sentiments of Indian. SOME MUSLIM ALLEGED SENIOR ADVOCATES , PARTICIPATING IN THE CRUSADE OF THE PEACE EARLIER PRIOR TO JUDGEMENT IN ANTICIPATION OF JUSTIFYING THE CONSTRUCTION OF BABARI MASHJID BY DESTRUCTION OF THE LORD RAM TEMPLE HOLDING HIGH POST IN JUDICIAL POLITICAL LINK SET UP IN FAVOUR OF MUSLIMS VOTE POLITICS, WHO WERE CONDUCTING THE CASES OF PAKISTANI CITIZENS FOR USURPATION OF THE PROPERTY OF ANTI NATIONALISTS PAKISTANI’S BY TAKING THE LOCUNA OF THE ACT LIKE WAKF ACT, 1995 AND ENEMY PROPERTY ACT, 1968 HAS SAID THAT JUDGEMENT IS NOT ACCORDING TO LAW MADE BY THE BRITISHERS ON THE LINE OF ANGLO SAXON JURISPRUDENCE, WHICH HAS BEEN MADE FOR MISUSED BY THYE INVADERS BY PROVOKING VOILENCE IN THE RECITALS OF THEIR HOLI BOOK OF TERROR BY SAYING THAT THEIR SENTIMENTS ARE PROVOKED AS THE TEMPLE CONSTRUCTED BY RUINING THE TEMPLE OF MARYADA PURUSHOTTAM RAM, TO WHOM NO ARTIFICIALLY PROJECTIFYING PROPHET CAN EVER REACH TO THE HIGHT OF HIS SACRIFICES THESE ADVOCATE CALLED THEMSELVES AS LEGAL EXPERTS, BUT THEY HAVE FORGOTTEN THAT THEY HAVE BEEN ALLOWED TO STAY IN INDIA AFTER PARTITION , SIMPLY ON ACCOUNT OF RECEPTIVITY OF GREAT HINDUS AND SINCE PAKISTAN WAS DECLARED MUSLIM NATION AFTER PARTITION, THESE PEOPLE HAVE NEVER DARED TO REPRESENT HARD CORE CRIMINALS, THE PAKISTANI TERRORISTS AND THE KASHMIRI SEPERATISTS IN THE NATION Let them not disturb the national equilibrium by fanning rank communalism in the garb of rotten secularism the outburst of some old and outdated rigid Muslims who are spitting out their ego and emotions.It is expected.Even in a family property dispute settled by a court or through lok adalat parties are never happy.Every one feels short changed.There is no end to lust for women,land and wealth.These are basic three vices created by Allah for attack on human virtues and preventing people from going to jannat.It is satan’s force vis vis allah’s. By these devilish writings they have stooped lower than the communal Urdu press that sells on the strength of its ability to use abusive language against the patriotic Indians. The Muslim community knows Mulayam Singh inside out and is not likely to be swayed by his new colours. After all he is a turncoat. The realm of Mulayam Singh Yadav. hell broke loose in loves to swim in political waters more than tending to his religious duties IMAM AND POLITICS religion, law and politics that they would not say or do anything to incite the ignorant masses to resort to violence torrents of unbridled pronouncements made by the Imam of Jama Masjid of Delhi, said “ Hamein yeh judgement manzoor nahin hai”. (we do not accept this judgement) 1. Move on and accept that barbaric acts were done by their ancestors in past and temples were desecrated and occupied.These are being done even today.2.Not miss this historic opportunity to show world that Indian Muslims in particular are not only secular but modern and tolerant and practice true tenets of Islam.They cant miss this life time opportunity to slap on face of fraudulent secularists and world muslim haters by their big hearted act.It is too valuable to miss for just a piece of land amid graveyards in a non important place like Ayodhya for Muslims.Their inspiration is in Mecca not Ayodhya. 3.Join hands with Hindus to build temple and also a mosque if they want it to be in ayodhya 4.Demonstrate communal harmony and spirit of sacrifice and give and take like Mohammad sahib did. 5.Go to supreme court and continue bitterness in Indian society.6.Whether land belongs to waqf borad or akhara this is for religious use only so leave the matter of ownership aside and talk of best utilisation of space. 6.Confront hindu majority and do more damage to Muslims’ image and status in India. Muslims in india should not forget that until a few decade back the mosque was called by muslims and hindus both janamsthani masjid and not babri masjid. This was the unkindest cut of all because the Indian Judiciary has maintained the rule of law. Unfortunately the Muslim leaders have been pampered by the government leaders unnecessarily. “Muslims have the first right on the use of national resources” was an uncalled for statement by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh that emboldened the rabble rousers like the Imam of Jama Masjid and the likes of him to cast aspersions on the highest temple of justice, the Supreme Court,it is the need to lead the ignorant crowd of Muslims to the hellish fire of agitation that might lead to acts of violence and some journalists of the bygone era who had almost faded into oblivion, irrespective of the tilt in the this way or that the sane elements in the society had made appeals to all Indians. Najeeb Jung that the nation must not let go the present opportunity to settle the issue that has been vexing all communities for more than five centuries. Mir Baqi was not specifically told by Babur to demolish a Hindu temple and build a mosque using its rubble Najeeb Jung, vice-chancellor of Jamia Millia university, has shown a progressive attitude by writing an article in a prominent daily newspaper by saying that here is a chance for Hindus and Muslims” to forge new ties”. Many progressive Muslims see no harm in shifting the location of the mosque to a new place. My advise to both hindus and muslims is to be wary of corrupt congress and types of Mulayam and not get instigated by hardliner mullahs and saffron clad jerks and move on into history making strong and united India redeeming image of Islam.There is too much at stake for generations to come.

  4. The sane elements in the society had made appeals to all Indians to observe decorum and respect the judgement of the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court. Promises were made by men who mattered in the realm of religion, law and politics that they would not say or do anything to incite the ignorant masses to resort to violence, irrespective of the tilt in the judgement this way or that.
    It must be said that the leaders in various walks of life maintained equanimity of mind for some time post judgement. Perhaps they were slowly absorbing the legal nuances of the bulky pronouncements made by the three honourable judges separately. And then hell broke loose in torrents of unbridled pronouncements made by the Imam of Jama Masjid of Delhi, Mulayam Singh Yadav and some journalists of the bygone era who had almost faded into oblivion.
    IMAM AND POLITICS
    The Imam of Jama Masjid, Delhi perhaps loves to swim in political waters more than tending to his religious duties. He termed the judgement as a joke on the minority community. Playing to the gallery the Imam raised his voice to a much higher decibel than was required and said “ Hamein yeh judgement manzoor nahin hai”. (we do not accept this judgement). Well, there was no need to be a rabble rouser and thus incite people against the law of the land. Well, the judges themselves have given 90 days to the parties to the suit to file an appeal in the Supreme Court. So, where is the need to lead the ignorant crowd of Muslims to the hellish fire of agitation that might lead to acts of violence.
    Arrogantly the rabble rouser cast doubt on the Supreme Court’s support. He went to the extent of saying that we (Muslims) have lost faith in the judiciary. This was the unkindest cut of all because the Indian Judiciary has maintained the rule of law. Unfortunately the Muslim leaders have been pampered by the government leaders unnecessarily. “Muslims have the first right on the use of national resources” was an uncalled for statement by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh that emboldened the rabble rousers like the Imam of Jama Masjid and the likes of him to cast aspersions on the highest temple of justice, the Supreme Court.
    Fortunately many Muslims from all walks of life have asked the said Imam to confine himself to religion and not dabble into politics. However, the heady wine of politics has been tasted by the said Imam and he is not likely to retrace his steps. Provisions of law should be resorted to and he be helped to see reason. Even his brother, Syed Yahya Bukhari has said that the problem is not as big as the Imam is magnifying it to be. Other influential Muslims opined that the common man should be guided to get along in life rather than get involved into legal disputes. Others have opined that here is the golden opportunity to solve the problem rather than go into appeal to the Supreme Court.
    Najeeb Jung, vice-chancellor of Jamia Millia university, has shown a progressive attitude by writing an article in a prominent daily newspaper by saying that here is a chance for Hindus and Muslims” to forge new ties”. Many progressive Muslims see no harm in shifting the location of the mosque to a new place.
    POLITICAL AND PRESS VIEWS
    The major political parties like the Congress and the Bhartiya Janata Party have welcomed the judgement of the Allahabad High Court. Their mood is to settle the dispute peacefully. However, men like Mulayam Singh Yadav wish to exploit the situation to garner Muslim votes in future political battles. But some common voters have asked him to get lost and not stoke the fire of communal hatred when the complex issue of the Ram Janmabhoomi is likely to be resolved amicably. It is the same Mulayam who had joined hands with Kalyan Singh, one of the pro-masjid demolishers and later separated from him. I respect Kalyan Singh for his courage of conviction as he stuck to his stand from the word to go and not changed it even in adverse circumstances. The Muslim community knows Mulayam Singh inside out and is not likely to be swayed by his new colours. After all he is a turncoat.
    Some English national dailies see the Muslim community as their constituency and loyal readers. They have dug out old fossils to write the lead articles and Op-Eds sympathising with the Muslim community in their hour of grief that has been caused by the judgements of the three-judge bench. It is indeed a sinister attempt to stoke the fire of communal passions. These pseudo-secular journalists see a bright future for their oldish ideas that they express in archaic English language. Let it be known to one and all that the days of those faction promoting scribes are over. Let them not disturb the national equilibrium by fanning rank communalism in the garb of rotten secularism. By these devilish writings they have stooped lower than the communal Urdu press that sells on the strength of its ability to use abusive language against the patriotic Indians.
    MAKE PEACE NOT WAR
    When the Americans took out processions to demonstrate against the US involvement in the Vietnam War, they usually carried placards saying “MAKE LOVE NOT WAR”. I shall not advocate that view in the present scenario because the population of India is more than what we can sustain. Nevertheless, we may carry placards with words in bold letters “MAKE PEACE NOT WAR”. I am in agreement with Najeeb Jung that the nation must not let go the present opportunity to settle the issue that has been vexing all communities for more than five centuries. Mir Baqi was not specifically told by Babur to demolish a Hindu temple and build a mosque using its rubble. All said and done, the act was un-Islamic.
    Baburnama that contains a record of all events, be it peace or war, that were connected with Babur. Indeed it is surprising that the event of Mir Baqi being ordered to proceed to Ayodhya to demolish a Hindu temple and build a mosque using the temple material just finds no mention whatsoever. Those who have read the book dealing with Babur’s life, Baburnama, say that the relevant pages are missing from the authentic text. One wonders why?
    Be that as it may, it can be safely said that the time to build a grand temple for Maryada Purshottam Shri Ram has come. The time is NOW!
    I can understand the outburst of some old and outdated rigid Muslims who are spitting out their ego and emotions.It is expected.Even in a family property dispute settled by a court or through lok adalat parties are never happy.Every one feels short changed.There is no end to lust for women,land and wealth.These are basic three vices created by Allah for attack on human virtues and preventing people from going to jannat.It is satan’s force vis vis allah’s.
    What does mullahs and fraudulent muslim experts want?
    what are there options:?
    1. Move on and accept that barbaric acts were done by their ancestors in past and temples were desecrated and occupied.These are being done even today.
    2.Not miss this historic opportunity to show world that Indian Muslims in particular are not only secular but modern and tolerant and practice true tenets of Islam.They cant miss this life time opportunity to slap on face of fraudulent secularists and world muslim haters by their big hearted act.It is too valuable to miss for just a piece of land amid graveyards in a non important place like Ayodhya for Muslims.Their inspiration is in Mecca not Ayodhya.
    3.Join hands with Hindus to build temple and also a mosque if they want it to be in ayodhya
    4.Demonstrate communal harmony and spirit of sacrifice and give and take like Mohammad sahib did.
    5.Go to supreme court and continue bitterness in Indian society
    6.Whether land belongs to waqf borad or akhara this is for religious use only so leave the matter of ownership aside and talk of best utilisation of space
    6.Confront hindu majority and do more damage to Muslims’ image and status in India.

    Muslims in india should not forget that until a few decade back the mosque was called by muslims and hindus both janamsthani masjid and not babri masjid.
    My advise to both hindus and muslims is to be wary of corrupt congress and types of Mulayam and not get instigated by hardliner mullahs and saffron clad jerks and move on into history making strong and united India redeeming image of Islam.There is toomuch at stake for generations to come.

  5. Munna Shome said

    What about the Hindu Bangladeshi, they are also illegal migrants in India. All Bangladeshis / Foreigners are illegal. Look at Lanka, Lumding, Hojai, Biswanath Charli, Dhuburi, Silchar, Kolkata, Goalpara and others. Comparatively Bangladeshi Hindus are more than Muslim in India.

    • Jitumohan Barua said

      @ Munna Shome.

      In general idea that you are right as both the Hindu and Muslim from Bangladesh staying India without any valid documents and permission are obviously Illegal Migrants. But. irony is that most of the BD Muslims get Ration Cards, Voter IDs within a short span with the help of some rackets, the BD Hindus get nothing like that after rigours effort.

      I am here to tell another point to you. Muslim League demanded both separate land and exchange of population before partition of India in 1946. This country was divided but for the political gimmick of the then Key Politicians the exchange of population was not done. Some reflection was there in Punjab in a forced situation. A huge number of Hindu-Sikh came to Indian part of Punjub from West Punjub and almost all the Muslims in East Punjub were driven out as an effect of retaliation. Consequently, Indian Punjub is now alwost free from Muslim Problems so far. Actually it was to be done in every border lines of India where the Muslim situation was vulnerable.

      The story of Assam and Punjub might be the same, but unfortunately did not happen.

      The Bangladeshi Hindus are the victim of Persecuting Islam and Bangladesh Politics. Most Hindus coming in India (mostly Assam and West Bengal) from Bangladesh are the victim of the Islamic situation of Bangladesh and not coming here to venture for an opportunity. Contradictorily Bangladeshi Muslims are coming here as a threat of demographic change in India and a critical mass of this Bangladeshi Muslim populace are engaged with subversive activities.

      Wretched Bangladeshi Hindus coming here are really refugees and they are not the intruders or infiltrators like BD Muslim. But one important point that must be not be over ruled that those BD Hindus are not fighting persecuting Muslims here after coming from Bangladesh and helping Muslims and Politicians against the Assam and Bengal Hindu people, must be treated as foreigner BD Muslims as well.

      Bangladeshi Hindu people coming here under persecution should be treated as refugee migrants and they should strongly fight against Muslim Culprits to save Assam and West Bengal from invading Islam.

      Jitumohan Barua,
      Shilchar, Assam.

  6. affasuddin said

    Muslim or Hindu don’t take the name of any religion try to take the name of Bangladeshi ,who have not the proper documents like voter list of 1966 or 1971.
    appealed to the forum fight for legal Indian not for religion.

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