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Pakistan-backed Bangladeshi terrorists in WB

Kolkata, Aug 17 (): Bangladeshi migrants in the Indo-Bangladesh border of West Bengal have set off alarms as State unit BJP has informed Home Minister Rajnath Singh that the TMC is looking the other way to get votes.

Samik Bhattacharya, the BJP candidate before the LS polls asked villagers in Nyajat village of North 24 Parganas district as to whether they can protect themselves from outsiders who are coming from across the border. He made a dramatic statement that Minakha, Hingalganj and Basirhat on the Indo-Bangladesh border will not remain in India.

Bhattacharya’s statement at that time sounded alarmist but the crowd found it to be a possibility. The women shouted ‘Jai Sri Ram’. TMC for political reasons is sitting on State IB report on Bangladeshi migrants and the emergence of madrasas that has sprung along the two thousand kms border that it shares with Bangladesh. After Awami League led by Shiekh Hasina cracked down on Pakistan-based outfits, fundamentalists with links in Pakistan were hounded and they crossed over to West Bengal.

Sultan Ahmed, MP crossed over to TMC from Congress;he who won the LS polls is representing this constituency has been on Muslim Personal Law board, says BJP and is trying to spread communal venom in Bengal.

RSS has taken on the role to well-armed foreign militants holed up in the madrasa. Mushirabad unit BJP Subhas Mondal, general secretary, says pro-Pakistani armed groups that were active during the Indo-Pak 1971 war are very active.

All these madrasas are controlled by the Pakistan-based Jamiat Ahle Hadees, which has base in Bangladesh and is linked to the banned SIMI. Villagers say there are outsiders speaking Bangladeshi,according to IB  but haven’t been able to trace these people though they are staying in private madrasas.

BJP surge comes as it started its pro-Hindu stance and TMC has got cold feet. BJP‘s pressure on Home Minister in Delhi will make the Hindus in border areas shift allegiance.