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Muslim Mob devastates 4 Hindu dominated villages of Canning in South 24 Parganas district in West Bengal on 19 Feb, 2013. Probably most of you didn't hear about the story in any mainstream media, this goes out to show the state of affairs of media and pseudo secular government in India.

Amidst a near-complete media blackout and distressing silence from statutory bodies like the National Human Rights Commission, a serious communal flare up has taken place in South 24 Parganas district of West Bengal, with more than 200 Hindu homes torched and looted in four villages — Naliakhali, Herobhanga, Gopalpur and Goladogra, in the Canning police station area, from the wee hours of February 19. Almost two dozen Hindu shops were fully damaged and looted in Joynagar police station area; many shopkeepers have fled and members of the besieged community have begun to send their womenfolk away.

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Niti Central -
http://www.niticentral.com/2013/02/riots-erupt-in-bengal.html

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

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Major Anti Hindu riots broke in 24 Pargana of West Bangal - Sudarshan News TV


This is state of Indian secularism, which essentially results in appeasement of such Muslim by the pseudo secular government and there leftist supporters, who only care about the life of a Muslim.

West Bengal has so called secular government and this is an old trick to chase people away, which they have used successfully in Assam:

According to the Census 2001, the district-wise population of Muslims in West Bengal is Murshidabad (63.67 per cent); Malda(49.72 per cent); North Dinajpur (47.36 per cent); Birbhum (35.08 per cent); South 24 Parganas (33.34 per cent); Nadia (25.41 per cent); Howrah(24.44 per cent); Cooch Behar (24.24 per cent); North 24 Parganas(24.22 per cent); South Dinajpur (24.01 per cent); Kolkata (20.27 per cent);Bardhaman (19.78 per cent); Hooghly (15.14 per cent); Midnapore(11.32 per cent); Jalpaiguri (10.78 per cent); Bankura (7.51 per cent); Purulia(7.12 per cent) and Darjeeling (5.31 per cent).

The infiltrators appear to be organising themselves and ganging up with local co-religionists to challenge the majority community and change the demography of some target districts.

Should Hindu families feel compelled to retreat from the area, an Assam-like situation could develop in Bengal as well, as illegal Bangladeshis align with native elements and to swamp the State with the benign connivance of political parties.

Thanks to +Utkal Ranjan Sahoo for inputs.

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How Robert Vadra made a killing in the Rajasthan sun:

Vadra picked up piece by piece of wasteland that was strategically located near power sub-stations in Bikaner and elsewhere. And from the few examples at hand, he is raking it in. A plot of 30 hectares costing Rs 4.45 lakh bought two years ago now fetches nearly Rs 2 crore!

Only the state government – and the central government – knew that land around power sub-stations would be valuable once they announced plans incentivise solar power generation. So, logically, the state should have bought land first.

It did, but it did something peculiar. The Congress government in Rajasthan acquired 50,000 hectares of land for solar plants, but bypassed the wasteland near power sub-stations during the acquisition process. Solar plants situated close to sub-stations are most economical since this means you have to invest less in grid lines to evacuate the power.

Did Gehlot’s government know that Vadra was going to buy, or did Vadra know in advance that the state government was going to announce it solar policy well in advance?

Vadra started creating a land bank near power sub-stations from June 2009. Barely eight months later, in February 2010, the Central Government announced the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (NSM) Policy under which huge subsidies (nearly 40 percent) were offered for setting up grid-tied solar power plants.

Almost immediately, Vadra’s land located near power sub-stations soared in value. The land bought by the state government had practically no takers because most of it was not close enough for easy grid connections.

The whole thing stinks of corruption as #arvindkejriwal  pointed.

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Hello, my name is Ritesh Gujrati. I am a Internet Marketing and SEO Analyst. I love to learn about latest Online Marketing Trends, SEO Updates and Social Media and writing about on various topics.

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