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The Plight of Hindu Women of Bengal Under Mohammedan Rule

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The situation unfolding in Sandeshkhali today mirrors the conditions of Bengal under Muslim rule. The parallels are striking and serve as a stark reminder of the past. The echoes of history reverberate in the present, painting a grim picture of the state of affairs. The plight of Hindu women in Bengal today is a chilling reflection of their suffering under the Mohammedan rule. The democracy in Bengal is under threat as a new leader, often compared to Hitler, has emerged in the state of West Bengal. This leader is carrying forward the legacy of the Communist Party of India (CPI), continuing the corruption, rape, arson, terror, and dirty politics of intimidation.

The Mohammedan Rule: A Dark Chapter

The current political climate in Bengal bears a disturbing resemblance to the Mohammedan rule under Siraj-ud Daulah. Jean Law, a Frenchman, painted a grim picture of Siraj in his memoirs. He portrayed Siraj as a man of deplorable character, known not only for his debauchery but also for his extreme cruelty. Siraj’s rule was marked by oppression and tyranny, with the common people living in constant fear. The reign of Siraj-ud Daulah was a dark chapter in the history of Bengal, one that is unfortunately being repeated in the present.

The Exploitation of Hindu Women: Then and Now

During Siraj’s rule, his spies would single out Hindu women for their beauty. Following this, Siraj would command his men to kidnap these women. This horrific practice was not just a gross violation of human rights, but also a clear demonstration of the power dynamics at play. The women were reduced to mere objects, their dignity and freedom snatched away. A similar pattern of exploitation is evident today under the rule of another Mohammedan politician, Shahjahan. The abduction and mistreatment of Hindu women have become a disturbingly common occurrence, mirroring the atrocities of the past.

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Memoirs of Mughal Empire – Monsieur Jean Law

The Current Political Regime: A Continuation of the Past

The current political regime in Bengal is working hard to protect Sheikh Shahjahan and his right-hand man, Gias-ud-din, making Uttam and Shibu the scapegoats. Blaming the BJP or the RSS won’t work because the truth is documented, and videos are out. The West Bengal Police hasn’t arrested Sheikh Shahjahan and Guas-ud-din yet. News is that they have arrested Uttam and are looking out for Shibu.

When the women categorically said that Hindu women were targeted by Sheikh Shahjahan and his goons, why is the kingpin not arrested yet?

PC – Fearless Indian

The Modus Operandi of the Current Regime

Hitler Mamta continued with the modus operandi of the CPI, where they helped the illegal Bangladeshi/Rohingya to settle in West Bengal and convert them into a vote bank. The Sandeshkhali Horror started after the Aila Cyclone of 2009 when Sheikh Shahjahan was in the CPI party. Sheikh Shahjahan is a goon who joined the Trinamool Congress (TMC) in 2012, and the plight of Hindu women continued.

PC – Akshay Chanders

The Future: A Call for Change

Lalgarh brought down the CPI party. The Sandeshkhali Horror Story will bring down the TMC. Terrorists use rape as a tool to terrorize Hindus in bordering areas like Sandeshkhali. The TMC supports illegal Bangladeshi immigrants who encroach land, rape Hindu women, and threaten them, causing them to feel terrorized and flee the areas. The current leader has turned Bengal into a terror zone where they silence victims and force the police to follow their commands.

The plight of Hindu women in Bengal under Mohammedan rule is a topic that needs urgent attention. The parallels between the past and the present are alarming and call for immediate action. The voices of these women need to be heard, and their stories need to be told. Only then can we hope for a future where such atrocities are a thing of the past. It is our collective responsibility to ensure that history does not repeat itself. We must strive for a society where we treat every individual with respect and dignity, regardless of their gender or religion. 

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