Bharat – Bangladesh ”land-swap-deal” in enclaves :: A curse for Border Hindus.
Posted by hinduexistence on September 16, 2011
UPA and Congress made this ‘Land Swap Deal’ for border enclaves as a ‘Curse for border Hindus’.
This is evident from Govt.’s stand and tendency for smashing the Anti-Corruption Move of the Civil Society or like this for the swap deal for the border enclaves that will give our border citizen more and more trouble with a severe persecution by the cross-border invaders very frequently.
Shrouded in tight secrecy, the deal is suspected to have ceded 10,000 acres of land to Bangladesh in the name of peace with the neighbor. The Govt is beating its big drum publicly by saying that India is giving only 55 enclaves on the border to Bangladesh in return for 111 from it.
UPA and Congress made this ‘Land Swap Deal’ for border enclaves as a ‘Curse for border Hindus’. An analysis by Upananda Brahmachari. Questions after questions whirled the anxiety of the border Hindus facing day to day problems including robbery, giving live taxes, trades and cultural and religious festivals. The cross border fundamentalism and the surrounding adversities always put them in a heavy taxation of life not secured by their Hindu and Indian safe guards. This land swap deal is treated by them as a curse of destiny. Now, it is nothing but a ‘Curse for border Hindus’. Govt. of India must publish a white paper on land swap deal with Bangladesh without keeping any secrecy of it.
Though the number of enclaves given away on platter is just half the gain, but their total area is much bigger and that is the potential loss of India, for which the Govt.’s reluctance and falsifying are quite condemnable.
As a matter of fact this land swap deal tends to a greater loss for Indian aspect. And if it is not checked and we allow this Govt. to go with its irresponsible and locked head advisors ahead, India stands to lose just over 4,000 hectares of its territory, or about 40 square kilometers. India’s 111 enclaves of land within Bangladesh— measure nearly 70 square kilometers. Bangladesh has 51 enclaves of its own, comprising 28 square kilometers surrounded by India. The present land swap would simplify the messy boundary immeasurably—and entail something like a 10,000-acre net loss for India.