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The coming islamic partition of India and what can be salvaged
In his concluding address Sri Tapan Ghosh stressed that it is a good thing Hindus should be organized but there sadly seems to be an over emphasis on organization and not on necessary action. He said that his 32 year long association as a Pracharak (full time worker) with the largest Hindu organizations of this country has made him realize that unfortunately organization and organizational activities has become a goal in itself, neglecting the dire need of proactive action. People organize themselves for a purpose and if the organization fails to meet and counter the threat that is being posed to the people, then the whole routine of organizing becomes purposeless.

RSS ??

To put a stop to the extreme persecution and aggression against the Hindus in the villages and even in the cities, he emphasized, the only way to succor is to take proactive action. Hindus, he said, should stand up and be ready for any sacrifice to protect their hearth, home and honour.

He also stressed that apart from the media even Hindu organizations are trying to suppress the incidents of rape, murder and persecution for the fear of being labeled anti-secular. Such a course of action is leading us to disaster.

BJP ??

He said that there should be no suppression of the facts but a constant exposure and continuous dissemination of the news of such happenings is needed to awaken the people. Only such a course of action would precipitate the necessary preventive measures.

On a sombre note Sri Ghosh also added that the current situation is fast heading towards another partition of India in the near future and that is going to happen in the eastern region, especially in West Bengal and Assam. If such an event did come to pass, he stressed, he and his compatriots would not just remain mere spectators in the gallery but would be on the field, fighting to the finish to preserve the integrity of our motherland.
A mob indulged in arson and damaged public property before securing the release of two Asara panchayat members from police custody on Friday.

The police registered a case against 250 people belonging to Asara village in Baghpat district. About 19 of them have been named in the FIR.

Mohkam and Mujahid, who led the Asara panchayat of ‘Chhattis biradari’ (36 communities) that issued the Talibani-style diktat on July 7, were picked up by the Ramala police for questioning late on Thursday. Soon, several hundred people went on the rampage.

The panchayat reportedly issued a diktat banning love marriages and ordering women not to use mobile phones. When the police tried to control the situation, Prahlad Singh, in charge of the Kakripur police outpost, and constable Gauri Shanker were tied to a tree and beaten by the mob, which also torched a police motorcycle and a few other vehicles. The two were let off late on Friday night.


A senior police officer said in Lucknow that the police and the Provincial Armed Constabulary had been deployed at Asara and the situation was under control. Inspector-General of Police (Law and Order) Badri Prasad Singh clarified that no complaint about the panchayat’s diktat was made, and the police went to the village on Thursday after being tipped off by “informers.”


Minister of State for Women and Child Welfare Aruna Kori has sought a report from the District Magistrate of Baghpat on the diktat. A report has also been sought by the Chairperson of the State Women’s Commission, Anita Singh Verma.

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Gandhi prevented Muslims of East Punjab from migrating to Pakistan. Master Tara Singh opposed Gandhi

In spite of opposition from Gandhi, Nehru and Maulana Azad, Sikh leader Master Tara Singh was able to get an agreement signed between India and Pakistan at Lahore on 5th Sept. 1947, that there would be complete exchange of population between East Punjab (it included the present states of Punjab, Haryana and Himachal) and West Punjab & North West Frontier Province (NWFP). However, in complete disregard of this agreement, Gandhi reached Panipat to prevent migration of Muslims. Master Tara Singh also reached there to counter Gandhi. As per news in the Tribune dated 6-12-1947. “Master Tara Singh accused the India Government of failure to protect the property of Hindus & Sikhs in West Punjab. He also criticized Mahatma Gandhi and certain officials of the Government who were persuading Muslims in Panipat to stay there. He maintained that there was agreement that there would be total evacuation from both East and West Punjab. “Entire credit for clearing Punjab, Haryana and Himnachal from Muslims goes to Master Tara Singh, although cities in these states, are once again getting flooded with Muslims from other places, as they multiply very fast.

Minister for refugees and rehabilitation in East Punjab, Sardar Ishar Singh Majhail said in a public speech at Banga, that “the originators of the two nation theory (i.e. Pakistan and Muslims) would be faced with serious situation, when they would have to accommodate the evacuees from the whole of India and Pakistan”. (see the Tribune dated 18-10-1947, front page).
Let me re-explain this thread

The Indian army has more than enough fire power to bomb the shit out of IMs and even annex BD

But the Indian army is under the control of secularists

Indian Muslims have attacked Indian BSF and Indian police officers in their riots

Indian secularists understand that to get IM votes they have to let them have their jihadi fun, like attacking police, attacking hindus, ethnic cleansing Hindus and raping Hindu women

Given this situation, we need grass-roots level people like Tapan Ghosh to dissuade the jihadis

Indian Police and Intelligence have more than enough hard data on the Mughalsthan project

much much more than what I have posted

The RSS had teeth in 1947, it has lost its teeth

Tapan Ghosh ran the Bajrang dal for North India and East India for several years and he has grass-roots knowledge of what works and what does not work
Among the police and intelligence officers who have warned about Mughalstan project

1. Baljit Rai

2. RNP Singh

3. RK.Ohri

4. Late Maloy Krishna Dhar
Harit Pradesh has interesting borders

Saharanpur, total 2.9 mil. muslim 1.1 mil, 38%

borders Haryana district Yamunanagar,

total 1 mil, muslim 0.1 mil, 10%

We need to get Haryana Jats to march in Saharanpur often, to deflate the mullahs

Saharanpur spills over into Haridwar in Uttarachal

Haridwar has 1.5 mil total, 0.5 mil muslim, 33%

Dehradun has 1.3 mil total, muslim 0.13 mil, 10%

Dehradun has a lot of martial Hindus and these need to parade in Saharanpur to deflate the mullahs
Muzaffar nagar in Harit Pradesh

Total 3.5 mil, muslim 1.3 mil. 37%

It is bordered by Karnal in Haryana

Total 1.3 mil, muslim 22000, 2%
Harit Pradesh

Baghpat, total 1.2 mil, muslim 0.3 mil, 25%

Is bordered by Haryana, Sonipat

Total 1.3 mil. muslim 32000, 3%

Again we need to encourage Hindu migration into Baghpat
Rampur, 50% muslim spills over into Uttaranchal at Udham Singh Nagar

Total 1.25 mil, muslim 0.25 mil. 20%

This has a lot of Sikh refugees from Pakistan
We now analyse a Dharmic pocket that disrupts Mughalistan

On the northern borders, from North east Bihar, muslim infested at 42%

You move to Uttar Dinajpur, West Bengal

Total 2.4 mil, muslim 1.2 mil, 50%

Then in West Bengal we have a non-Fukerji population

consisting of martial castes, Gorkhas, Koch Rajbongshis

Darjeeling, Total 1.6 mil, muslim 85000, 5%

Jalpaiguri, Total 3.4 mil. muslim 340000. 10%

Koch Bihar, Total 2.4 mil, muslim 0.6 mil, 25%
epw - The recent elections to

urban local governments in

Uttar Pradesh showed an

astonishing increase in Muslim

representation. In a state where

they constitute 18% of the total

population, Muslim candidates

were elected to almost a third of

the urban local body seats. What

is even more surprising is that

this trend is present in all regions

of the state.

Paradigm Shift?

What is most signifi cant about this civic

poll is the paradigm shift it seems to

indicate in the political representation

of Muslims in UP. The proportion of

Muslims elected to the UP state legislative

assembly was 13.8% (56 out of 403

seats) in 2007, which rose to 17.12% (69

out of 403 seats) in 2012. In the parliamentary

elections, the proportion of

Muslims elected from UP was 13.75%

(11 out of a total of 80 Lok Sabha seats)

in 2004 which declined to 8.75% (seven

out of 80 seats) in 2009. Given that Muslims

constitute about 18.5% of the total

population of UP, the number of elected

Muslim representatives in the state assembly

and the Lok Sabha has remained

lower than their population. However,

in the recently concluded ULB elections

Muslims have been over-represented in

them, winning 31.15% of the total seats

in the various ULBs.

What is even more remarkable is that

Muslim candidates have won a greater

share of seats than their share of population

at every level of the ULBs. In the 12

nagar nigams, though no Muslim was

elected as mayor, 21.4% Muslims were

elected as members. In the nagar palikas,

Muslims account for 31.9% of the presidents

and 33.86% of the members. In

the urban panchayats, 26.6% of the

presidents and 30.7% of the members

are Muslims.
Muslim concentration in various regions of UP, data from EPW

West UP = Total, 28%, Urban = 28%

Ruhelkhand = Total 34%, Urban = 54%

Doab = Total, 11%, Urban = 17%

Bundelkhand = Total 7%, Urban = 9%

Awadh = Total 16%, Urban = 29%

East UP = Total 12%, Urban = 30%

North East UP = Total 22%, Urban = 27%

Overall UP, Total 18.5%, Urban = 32%

Urban UP will be gone , unless we come up with a plan to besiege the cities and towns

Further, high Muslim representation

in ULBs is discernible in all subregions of

the state. The highest Muslim representation

(53.5%) is in Ruhelkhand where

Muslims account for 34% of the population.

This is followed by Awadh, west UP,

east UP and north-east UP. Even in

Bundelkhand with only 6.69% and the

Doab with 11.2% Muslim population, respectively,

Muslims constitute 8.86%

and 17.1%, respectively (Table 1).

Muslims are over-represented in 33

districts in the post of the president in

the municipalities and urban panchayats,

i e, they have won over 20% of the executive

positions here. In four districts –

Bijnor, Behraich, Siddharthnagar and

Mau – Muslims won almost all seats for

presidents in the municipalities. Similarly,

in Bijnor, Moradabad, Ambedkarnagar and

Mirzapur districts, all urban panchayat

presidents are Muslims. Muslims have

also won more than 20% of seats in six

out of the 12 municipal corporations, in

136 out of the total of 194 municipalities

and in 229 out of the total of 423 urban

panchayats. Muslims won over 60%

seats in 30 municipalities and 64 urban

panchayats. In Saharanpur district, with

39% Muslim population, 75% of the

municipality presidents are Muslims,

while their share of urban panchayat

presidents is 67%. With a 41.71% Muslim

population, the district of Bijnor has

92% presidents and 63% members of

municipalities who are Muslims while

among the urban panchayats, all the

presidents are Muslims who also have

74% of the seats.1

Many nagar palikas have elected

an overwhelming number of Muslim

members. A few illustrations follow:

Kakrala in Badayun district and Mubarakpur

in Azamgarh district, both have

22 out of a total of 25 members who are

Muslims. In Laharpur of Sitapur district

20 out of the 25 members and in Tanda

of Ambedkarnagar district 17 out of the

25 members are Muslims.


What explains this upsurge in Muslim

representation at the grass roots of

political life in UP? While this requires

much greater study, it surely points to

a growing autonomy of the Muslim

communities vis-à-vis political parties.

But the question then arises as to why

this increased Muslim representation in

urban local governments does not get

replicated in assembly and parliamentary

elections? One part of an answer

may be that urban areas have dense

Muslim residential clusters while most

assembly and parliamentary constituencies

have a mix of rural and urban

areas, making it diffi cult for Muslim

candidates to get an edge on the basis of

community support.

However, in Muslim-dominant ULBs,

an unwelcome aspect is that there are

hardly any seats reserved for dalits. In

a very large number of cases, just one

seat is reserved for a dalit woman in the

nagar palikas and the urban panchayats.

It is still not clear as to what is the cause of

this lack of reserved seats, whether it is

because of the migration of dalits to non-

Muslim areas, or some other cause. This

makes these ULBs virtually non-representative

of dalits. Even among the Other

Backward Classes (OBCs) category, such

areas are electing only Muslim OBCs.

While adequate representation of Muslims

is welcome, their massive over-representation

in ULBs, that too at the cost

of dalits and non-Muslim OBCs, is a matter

of concern and can lead to a range of

diffi cult and dangerous political situations

in the future.
There are 3 chicken neck mini-mughalstan traps that we are facing

I shall discuss them in detail

The first chicken neck pincer is in Cachar pocket, threatening to cut off Tripura

The second chicken neck pincer is in North Dinajpur and Maldah, threatening to cut off South Dinajpur

The Third chicken neck is the big one

Murshidabad, to North east bihar

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Area – 144000 Sq. Kms.

Population 120 million (12 Crores) – 90% Muslims

Density per square Km. – 750 (Highest in the world)

Religion – Islam

Economic condition – Poorest country in the World. It gets all its petrol and petroleum products free of cost from oil rich Middle East countries. It has to pay only transport charges.

Literacy Male – 25.8% Female – 13.2%

Its density of population per sq. km. is three times that of India which is 267. In area Bangladesh is 1/25th the size of India but in population it is 1/7th.

Rate of growth of population in Bangladesh (all Muslims) is so high and fast that by the year 2017 (according to a report by the Government of Bangladesh) its population would be 240 million (24 crores). Where will they live in the small country? There is not enough land and resources even for the existing population.

Pressure on the population of Bangladesh is so great that at least 20 million ( 2 Crores) Muslims have illegally infiltrated into India. As a result of this massive illegal migration ten districts of Assam (out of 23) have become Muslim majority or near Muslim majority districts. In 56 constituencies of West Bengal Muslims have a decisive voice.

During the next 10 to 15 years at least 10 Crore (100 million) Muslims will infiltrate into India thereby adding tremendously to the population of Muslims in the country.

Since 1947, Hindu population in Bangladesh have been reduced from 30% to less than 10% because of the terrible religious persecutions and atrocities.

Bangladeshi Muslim infiltrators have demanded second partition of India. This new country will be called “Muslim Bango Bhoomi” which will comprise large parts of West Bengal, Bihar and Assam and finally be merged with Bangladesh.

Bangladesh intellectuals have started claiming all the North Eastern States of India ( Assam, Meghalya, Arunachal Pardesh, Manipur, Nagaland, Mizoram and Tripura), as the natural hinterland to accommodate the ever expanding Muslim population of Bangladesh.

In West Bengal Bangladeshi Muslim infiltrators have forcibly grabbed houses and land belonging to Hindus and driven them away. It is not only in Kashmir that the Hindus have become refugees in their own country. It has happened in West Bengal too. This fact is known to the Government of India and yet is doing nothing.

The Congress-I and CPI(M.) Governments are strongly supporting the cause of the Bangladeshi Muslim infiltrators in order to strengthen their vote banks.

Muslim population in West Bengal has increased from 5118269 in 1951 to 11743259 in 1981, as against Hindu population of 20751412 in 1951 to 42007159 in 1981. (1991 census figures have not yet been released by the Census Commission). Thus in 1951 there was 1 Muslim to 4 Hindus, whereas in 1981 the ratio was reduced to 1:3.5. With high natural growth of Muslim population and massive infiltration of Muslims from Bangladesh this ratio will get reduced to 1:1 in the next few decades. The other consequences can easily be imagined.

1991 census in Assam has been a big fraud. Census figures show that the 6 states of Arunachal Pardesh, Manipur, Meghalya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura have recorded population growth ranging from +27% to +57% during the decade 1981-91. How come Assam recorded a growth of only +23.58%?

If we fail to check massive infiltration of Bangladeshi Muslims, at least 10 Kashmirs will sprout in the next 10 years in the Eastern States of India. Today, no Indian can go to Kashmir. In 10 years time, no one will be able to go to Calcutta and Guwahati. Bangladesh with its massive population will bleed India to death as surely as Pakistan is doing today in Kashmir and Punjab.

Let there be no doubt about the shape of things to come. Mr. Chintamani Panigrahi, former governor of Manipur in an article under the caption “A question of Identity” in the Hindustan Times dated 10.1.93, made the following pertinent observations:

The census report of 1991 observed that when the density of population rose by 51 persons per square kilometer in 1991, West Bengal recorded the quantum increase at 151 persons per square kilometer. In eight West Bengal districts the population growth is very high.

As the influx from Bangladesh to West Bengal continues, leaders have now woken up and have brought to the notice of the Union Home Ministry that because of this influx, swift demographic changes have taken place in West Bengal. In their letter to the Union Home Minister they pointed out that in 132 constituencies in West Bengal voters’s strength have gone up by 40 to 50 percent while 34 other constituencies the voters’s list has shown a rise between 52 to 92 percent. The population in the border districts of West Bengal had risen by 30 percent as against 17 percent in South Bengal districts like Bankura.

Over a period of the last many years a substantial number of Bangladeshis were issued ration cards and were enfranchised. Bangladesh took full advantage of these opportunities.

Prime Minister Narshima Rao, during the first visit to Assam, in the first week of July 1992, while referring to this problem in his speech, said the influx was a national problem and was at the root of Assam’s instability. He suggested a meeting of the Chief Ministers of the concerned States to discuss this problem and to find out a national solution.

Had the process of the detection of migration of population been accelerated from the beginning and the laws enacted for the purpose of eliminating the delays, the problem would not have assumed such baffling proportions. How many migrants from outside can India hold, keeping in view its own growing pressure of population?

In this context it is also interesting to note that a group of intellectuals in Dhaka are seeking to legitimise the migration of its people into the adjoining North-Eastern region of India by invoking a theory of lebensraum or living space.

Daily newspapers in Dhaka publish write ups on these lines written by University professors. They write such articles with a view to motivate the people to cross over with a aim that one day India’s North-Eastern region will be added to Bangladesh giving it a natural boundary in place of the present one, as they consider that it “throttles” Bangladesh.

Such write ups and comments not only instigated an anti-India feeling in Bangladesh, it also advocated Bangladeshis right to migrate to India.

Some other reports which were published by the correspondents touring the border areas indicate that 500 to 1000 Bangladeshis cross over to India everyday through different areas. They are coming in small groups across the 2,145 km-long open border since the creation of Bangladesh in 1971. These reports published in the Frontier magazine dated November 6, 1992 highlight the dimension of the problem.

It is estimated that by the year 2000 there would be another five crore Bangladeshis desperate for land and trying to get into India. According to official estimates anything up to 80 lakh may be illegal migrants in India.

Take the case of 55,000 Chakma refugees from the Chittagong Hill tracts of Bangladesh, who have taken shelter in Tripura for the last many years. In Chittagong Hill Tracts, their lands have already been occupied by people from other parts of Bangladesh. The Chakmas demand that they should be first restored their alienated lands and then be given full security. In taking back the Chakma refugees, no positive measures have come from Bangladesh.

On the other hand Bangladesh raised the question of influx of Rohingiya refugees from Myanmar loudly to get international aid and assistance and to send them back to Mayanmar.

There may also be another reason for the migration. According to the prediction of ecologists, because the sea level will rise, many coastal areas in Bangladesh will be submerged in another 40 to 50 years.

It is high time that our country decides once and for all as to how many people from outside it can hold. It has also become urgent that our country should formulate a definite population policy specially relating to our border regions, where mounting social tensions are giving rise to political unrest because of unchecked regular flow of illegal migrants and their enrolment in the electoral rolls of their respective border states on the basis of ration cards issued to them.

New Delhi is blind and deaf.

Calcutta is blind and deaf.

Guwahati is blind and deaf.

Itanagar is blind and deaf.

Kohima is blind and deaf.

Imphal is blind and deaf.

Aizwal is blind and deaf.

Agartala is blind and deaf.

Patna is blind and deaf.


The only answer is that India is being ruled by traitors who are hell bent on delivering the only Hindu country to Islam on a platter.

Note : Everyone must take a serious view of the fact that Begum Khaleda Zia, Prime Minister of Bangladesh cancelled her visit to Cairo to attended the International Conference on Population and Development (5-13 Sept. 1994) under the pressure of Muslim fundamentalists in her country who are dead opposed to family planning. Can an extremely over populated country like Bangladesh afford not to adopt family planning measures. The population bomb of Bangladesh will be much more destructive for India than even an Atomic bomb. The rulers of India whether in Delhi or Calcutta or Guwahati must wake up and take note of this ominous development. India cannot be allowed to be a victim of sexual profligacy of Bangladesh Muslims.

Excerpted from Author’s book “Is India going Islamic?” which was published privately in 1991
So, what will happen next in case you are from a different religion in love with a Muslim girl? Have no doubts, you will be bathed in petrol and set fire on!! A hapless boy of 21 years, Jithu Mohan was set alight after petrol was poured on him, all because he fell in love with Shabana, a Muslim girl hailing from Chunakkara. Grievously wounded, he has been admitted to the General Hospital, Ernakulam. The deed was done by the relatives of the girl, in an act of pure vengeance. And Jithu? A promising youth with a bright future in sports, being the Vice Captain of Kerala’s Junior football team which participated in the state championship held in Mizoram.

Jithu Mohan is a degree student of SD College. On coming to know about the relationship, the girl’s relatives opposed it and smuggled her to another relative’s house. Following this Jithu gave a habeas corpus in the High Court, following which the girl was produced before court. She was, however, allowed to leave the place with her relatives. Meanwhile Jithu’s friends said that the youth was forcibly taken to the house of Shabana’s sister who resides in Kodungallur by Shabana’s brother in law. Also in league with Shabana’s relative is a Police Officer of AR Camp, Wahab. The incident of setting Jithu afire took place in Wahab’s house.

A badly burnt Jithu was admitted to Medicare Hospital, Kodungalloor in the most ghastly condition, with 90% burns. His body was covered with burns and wraped by a plantain leaf, as he was taken to hospital. Later, by evening, 2 police officers, with the help of 2 hospital attendants took Jithu to the Ernakulam Medical Trust Hospital. From there, he has been shifted to Ernakulam General Hospital.

It was from the hospital at Kodungalloor that Jithu told his friend Sojan that Shabana’s relatives tried to kill him by setting him alight with petrol. Sojan revealed this to Janmabhumi. Ernakulam judicial magistrate has taken Jithu’s statement in connection with the same.



Muslim cop burns alive Hindu youth in kerala
Chicken neck at South Dinajpur

West Bengal

South Dinajpur, total 1.5 mil, muslim 0.36 mil. 24%

This would appear to be safe

South Dinajpur borders Bangladesh

Behind it towards India, we have North Dinajpur and Maldah

North Dinajpur, Total 2.4 mil, muslim 1.2 mil. 50%

Maldah, Total 3.2 mil, muslim 1.6 mil. 50%

As Hindus get slowly driven out of Maldah and North Dinajpur, access to South Dinajpur will be cut off and this will have to be abandoned
Chickens neck at Tripura


Total 3.2 mil, muslim 0.26 mil, 8.1%

You may think that this is safe

The direct access to India is through Karimganj district in Assam

If Karimiganj is cut off, then the access is through Mizoram and Manipur, which is very bad transit route

Karimganj, total 1 mil, muslim 0.52 mil, 52%

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