Friday, September 9, 2011

Nimtita in Murshidabad district, West Bengal, where 'minority' (in India and West Bengal, but majority locally) Muslims have begun seriously tormenting peaceful Hindus.

Dear Everybody, I am forwarding a facsimile of an appeal sent by some people from a place called Nimtita in Murshidabad district, West Bengal, where 'minority' (in India and West Bengal, but majority locally) Muslims have begun seriously tormenting peaceful Hindus. As usual, minority-worshipping Mamata Banerjee's government will try to sweep this under the carpet, and the 'highly secular' political parties and mainstream media in West Bengal have and will shut all their body orifices about this incident, so the only way to spread the news in the hope of some redressal is the internet. Please forward this news to as many people as you know, and use all the influence at your command to mobilize the police and administration to take action. You did a wonderful job exactly one year back when Muslim goons led by Haji Nurul Islam, a Trinamool Congress MP ransacked Hindu houses in Deganga, North 24-Parganas, West Bengal. The riot even found a place in Wikipedia. Do it again.
Our BJP is a relatively weak party in West Bengal, but we shall convey this to our central leadership and see the Police and the administration in Kolkata to bring about whatver pressure we can. No other political party will do ANYTHING about it, of that I'm sure. Some voluntary and semi-political organizations may try to do something, and we shall all work in tandem.
For those who don't read Bengali, the attached appeal states that in the nearby village of Dapahat there had been attacks by Muslims. On 4th September the Muslims have forcibly entered a Kali temple and offered namaz there and otherwise desecrated the temple. The Hindus are totally terrorized, and will possibly have to abandon the area if some help is not forthcoming. Right now there is curfew and police patrolling, but once this ends, the safety of Hindus will be in serious jeopardy, the local Hindus feel.
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Wednesday, September 7, 2011

some photographs of Dharna by more than 100 tribals from 14 states at Jantar Mantar to register protest against forcible Christian conversions on Sep 6. Tribal MPs Kanjibhai Patel, Murarilal Singh, Anasuya Uike, Jyoti Burve addressed the participants and listened their woes.

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Monday, September 5, 2011

Crisis of Identity behind every problem faced by the society today : Dr.Mohan Bhagvat

Pune, August 30 : Crisis of identity in the society is leading to crisis of character & crisis of credibility, which in turn resulting in crisis of trust among the people, RSS Sar Sangh Chalak Dr.Mohanrao Bhagvat said today. He was speaking as chief guest at a function held by Janata Sahakari Bank to celebrate ‘Turn Around’ of the economic position of the bank.
At the grand function held at Ganesh Kala Krida Kendra, Moropant Smriti Janata Bank Puraskar was conferred on Nagpur based voluntary organization ‘Saksham’ at the hands of Dr. Mohanrao Bhagavat. Executive President Avinash Sangavai recieved the award on behalf of the organisation.
Dr.Mohanrao Bhagvat pated & congratulated the entire team of Janata Bank for the complete turnaround from the financial crises faced by the bank twelve years ago. While elaborating on how such crises develop, he said there is a crisis of trust in the society, which is generated due to the crises of credibility. The credibility crises is generated is born when there is crises of character, which is generated from the crises of identity. If the society is firm on its root identity, then the men in the society will hesitate while doing corruption.
Today as the protector is becoming the gluttonous and when the society is losing hope, there stands someone like Anna Hajare, who creates a atmosphere of trust & belief & security among the masses, he said.
Dr.Mohanrao Bhagvat congratulated the bank for creating an example of how the public trust should be retain, how to fight the financial crises with maintaining self respect & identity. He said when RSS swayamsevaks create such examples, the society & masses follow. It is very difficult to ‘Turn Around’ from losses of Rs. 127 crores to profit of Rs.27 crores, in mere 12 years. “The resolution by clean mind does not get challenged by the destiny. Without crumbling, with fearless mind & transparent deportment, keeping our identity intact, we can achieve great heights defeating any crisis”, Dr.Bhagavat said between applauds.
Janata Sahakari Bank, Pune’s Chairman Arvind Khaladkar was felicitated at the hands of Dr.Mohanrao Bhagvat, for the extra ordinary & firm but calm leadership he provided to the board of directors of the bank during the times of crisis which resulting in the ‘Turn Around’. Banks software consultant, Prashant Pol, who was responsible to the core banking solution, General Manager- recovery Sadanand Joshi were felicitated with a volunteer Sadanand Bhagvat, who single handedly raised deposits for the bank in time of crisis.
Chairman Arvind Khaladkar spoke about the progress of the bank. Bank’s Brand Ambassador, noted artist Rahul Solapurkar conducted the function.