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Abhisek Sen | HENB | Kolkata | June 21. 2019: Each state within the ambit of the Indian Union,has its own foundation day. The state of West Bengal is no exception but the significance of 20th June 1947 was hitherto lost to the masses and was consigned to the archives of history, thanks to the misplaced priorities of the corridors of power. To make up for the lost opportunities, Paschimbanga Dibas (West Bengal Day) was celebrated with much fanfare at the Rammohan Library Hall in Maniktala, on behalf of an organisation called ‘Paschimbanger Janya’. The birth of West Bengal, was celebrated as victory over communal politics of Muslim League that culminated in a ‘moth-eaten Pakistan’ by M. A. Jinnah’s own admission. The ML wanted the entire province of Muslim majority Bengal to accede to Pakistan.
The august gathering was presided by the Hon’ble. Governor of Meghalaya, Shri Tathagata Roy. The panel included other prominent speakers like Dr. Mohit Ray, environmentalist and human rights activist, Dr. Achintya Biswas, former VC of Gour Banga University and Shri Rantidev Sengupta, eminent journalist.
Dr.Mohit Ray highlighted the need for a special legislation for the state of West Bengal to protect its sanctity and a bulwark against demographic aggression. Dr. Achintya Biswas highlighted the need for NRC in West Bengal and the immediate urgency to expunge the massive illegal population, especially in the light of several communal episodes. Shri Rantidev Sengupta narrated the subhuman existence of the remaining Hindus in Bangladesh and issued a stark reminder that without the efforts of Dr. Syama Prasad Mookerjee, the Hindus of West Bengal would have fared no better under the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
In his straight opinion, Tathagata Roy lamented the fact that no Bengali Hindu intellectual or historian worth his salt, they never wrote a piece on the suffering of the Hindus in East Pakistan/Bangladesh. Ironically the chroniclers of the systematic repression of Hindus in Bangladesh are mainly Muslims like Taslima Nasrin, Salam Azad and Muntasir Mamun. He also highlighted several lesser known facets of history, surrounding the tragedy of Partition.
The programme was widely covered by the vernacular media and witnessed a massive gathering which presented a substantial challenge to the capacity of the auditorium. In the end, ‘Paschimbanga Dibas’ themed T-shirts were distributed to commemorate the watershed moment in history.
Source inputs: Pachimbanga Divas has also been observed by many organizations this year in different parts of West Bengal. Hindu Samhati, a Hindutva outfit in WB took out a rally from Shraddhananda Park (Central Kolkata) upto Shambazar (North Kolkata) five point crossing with thousands of its followers.
Swami Pradiptananda Ji of veteran monk of Bharat Sevashram Sangha; Debtanu Bhattacharya, President of Hindu Samhati; Dinabandhu Gharami, Hindu activists and many prominent Hindu leaders led the rally which created a mass awareness about the Day on which the state of West Bengal was created by Dr Shyama Prasad Mookerjee and his associates as a Himalayan task fortified by the blessings of Swami Pranavanandaji Maharaj, the founder of Bharat Sevashram Sangha.
Paschim Banga Divas was also observed by BJP in front of its State office at 6 Muralidar Sen Lane where state leaders of BJP garlanded the statue of Dr Shyama Prasad Mookerjee.
In all the programmes, the speakers and dignitaries expressed their grave concern about the impending Jihad and demographic change in WB due to huge population and infiltration growth of Muslims for which the interests of the Bengali Hindus in WB are grossly hampered.