Kokrajhar Violence 2012: Causes and Consequences
Kokrajhar Violence 2012: Causes and Consequences, A Wake-up Call to the Nation; Heritage Foundation; Rs. 20
ASSAM and her native citizens are confronted today by an unprecedented demographic avalanche from Bangladesh which continues to overwhelm the entire state from where these Bangladeshi Muslims are sneaking into all the other seven mini states including Sikkim. The unabated infiltration of Muslims was first engineered by Britishers and subsequently promoted by political brokers guided by Koran and Hadis. Neither successive Central governments nor State governments took any cognizance to lurking threats to the national security and Assam’s existence as an integral part of Bharatvarsh. Still worse, the Election Commission behaved as a deaf, dumb and paralytic body pretending as an innocent and ignorant of this major Muslim menace. Even the legendary “Assam Movement” during 1979 to 1985 was diffused by Muslim vote hungry Delhi and Assam politicians. The appearance of ISI and Islamic terrorist organisations helped by China’s intelligence agency- Black House—pushed down the ever worsening situation. Not only the terrorists of ULFA and other militant organisations are on the pay-roll of ISI, but many Muslim politicians and some of the senior bureaucrats in Delhi and Guwahati are reportedly paid heavily to help Muslim migration, find space for these migrants and crush any anti-influx movement.
Bodos are largest among all other janjati communities of Assam, geographically compact in Kokrajhar, Chirang, Baksa and Udalgudi. By defeating Bodos on their own soil, Bangladeshi Muslim invaders will (i) win over the strongest community in Assam (ii) occupy their vast flat fertile soil and thick forests with precious woods, rich with wild life and medicinal plants and (iii) convey a message to opponents of Muslim migration that days are not very far off when they will have either to submit to Muslims or to face doom and destruction.
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