Thursday, February 21, 2013

प. बंगाल मध्ये जिहादी धुमाकूळ, मिडिया मौन



http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2013-02-20/kolkata/37199105_1_villagers-rumours-bus-driver

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sumit shaw (hooghly, WB)
21 Feb, 2013 06:11 PM
Mainly Muslim Mobs done all these. While Media is trying to avoid the incident. This is actually a communal riot. The victims are hindu and this is the reason why media is not taking up the full coverage of the riots.This congress sponsored media is mum in this issue and administration is compromising the security of the hindus over there.
Sootradhar (Bharat)
21 Feb, 2013 05:07 PM
Shame on people who vote blindly on so called "Secular" planks this is how you condemn Hindu communities at the mercy of Jihadi elements. Shame on Bengal!!!!!
KUNAL SINHA (KOLKATA)
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timesofindia.indiatimes.com news

Violence after villager murder

Caesar Mandal, TNN Feb 20, 2013, 04.16AM IST
CANNING: The murder of an elderly villager by a gang of suspected robbers sparked large-scale violence in Canning subdivision on Tuesday morning. Fuelled by wild rumours and anger against police for allegedly taking the case lightly, a mob of thousands plundered four villages and burnt down more than 200 houses.
The administration has been shaken the most by reports that a section of attackers was ferried from Kolkata in trucks. This has been confirmed by intelligence officials, say sources. The situation is still tense and there is apprehension that the violence may spread to other parts of the district. Reinforcements have been rushed from neighbouring districts.
According to residents of Naliakhali village in Canning-I block, the victim was returning to his home in Basanti after a religious concert at Jamtala village late on Monday when he was accosted by a gang on Naliakhali Main Road. The 60-year-old religious leader was on a motorcycle with an aide when the goons fired, killing him and injuring the other person.
Samir Sen, a bus driver, was the first to see the body around 4.25am on Tuesday. "Mine was the first bus to Canning from Golabari terminal around 3.50am. At Naliakhali, I found a man lying on the road and decided to check on him with conductor Biswanath Singh. We saw that he was dead. His clothes were soaked in blood and a motorcycle lay by the side of the road. Finding nobody else around, we left and reported the matter to the police in Canning. By then, some other bus drivers had also called police but the cops made no effort to arrive," Sen said.
The injured aide had managed to reach a safe place and got in touch with friends and relatives. By first light, a large crowd had gathered on the spot and rumours started swirling around. Initially, police didn't treat the matter seriously enough and sent a junior officer and two constables to remove the body. The crowd barricaded them. A few more policemen were sent, but by then the mob had swollen and a rumour had spread that the killers were from Naliakhali village. The mourners blocked roads and railway tracks.
"Police stood by and watched as thousands of men stormed our village around 10am," said Biswajit Sardar, whose two-storied building was torched in the violence. Others alleged that most of the attackers were outsiders, who hurled bombs at houses, poured petrol and set them ablaze. "Whoever dared to protest was beaten up," said villager Sanatan Adhikari. The rampage continued for three hours.
Villagers in Naliakhali say they had no clue about the murder. "It was only at dawn, when police arrived, that we came to know of the killing," said Shaktipada Adhikari, an elderly villager whose house near the crime scene was reduced to ashes.
Realizing that things had got out of hand, Canning officers sent distress calls to their superiors. South 24-Parganas SP Praveen Kumar Tripathy rushed with Combat Force and Rapid Action Force battalions and asked district magistrate N S Nigam to arrange for additional personnel. By late afternoon, policemen from Bidhannagar and Howrah reached Canning with water cannons. Nigam, DIG-Presidency range Dilip Banerjee and other senior officers visited the spot and decided to keep forces deployed for the next few days. It is a worry that many people involved in the violence were outsiders, say officers.
Villagers said that the violence would never have taken place had police reacted in time and removed the body in the wee hours. They also wondered how police could have allowed the mob to reach the spot in trucks and vans. According to them, a section of the mob arrived from Kolkata. This was corroborated by an intelligence officer. Nigam said that the administration had started assessing the damage and the victims would be compensated.
While Tripathy refused to comment on police inaction, Banerjee said: "We have initiated cases of murder and rioting. Several rioters have been arrested. We are probing who the killers were and whether someone instigated the mob."*********************************************************
HaindavaKeralam - Jihadi's goes beserk in villages of West Bengal , Media blacks out Jihadi riot once again

Jihadi's goes beserk in villages of West Bengal , Media blacks out Jihadi riot once again
20/02/2013 12:05:06   Courtesy: Manish Manjul, General Secretary SAMARTH - An Organisation for Rastriya Abhyuday

Canning: Widespread rioting and looting by Jihadi's has been reported from South 24 Parganas. Large scale looting and arson of Hindu houses of Naliakhali village took place following the murder of a moulavi by robbers while he was coming back home after a religous meeting. Disturbances were spreading to other  areas like Basanti, Joynagar, Kultali and also to Sandeshkhali PS area of North 24 Parganas dist. Trains were also blocked by Jihadi's on Sealdah - Canning line.

Where the dead body of the Moulavi found, the nearest village 'Naliakhali' has been fully burnt down and looted – total about 200 houses. All articles including money, ornament, rice, paddy, cycle, motor bike, utensils have looted and taken away by motor van. Village temple has been damaged. Women are molested.

Severe molestation of 5 Hindu women including Lakshmi Naskar (38 year ) by Muslims took place at Kholakhali (under Joynagar PS, but bordering Kultali PS). At the same place, medicine shop of Sachin Sardar, saloon of Bimal Pramanik and grocery shop of Gopal Sardar have been attacked and damaged. Road blockade at many places like Natunhat, Priyor More (Joynagar PS), Bhangankhali, Hospital More (Basanti PS).Hindus have been beaten up at Natunhat (Joynagar PS).

In the village Kaorapara near Ghutiyari Shariff (Canning PS), many Hindus have been attacked and beaten up.  Dozens  and dozens of truckloads of Muslims from various areas of Kolkata were headed towards Canning all the day yesterday.

(Most of the media blacked out this riot and for those Journalists out there who specialize in secular reporting of a communal report , please refer to

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/kolkata/Violence-after-villager-murder/articleshow/18584231.cms
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