you guys are over exaggerating this I dont see any source links except for one tweet with the same screen taken from newsx.
Even Newsx doesn't have a link on their site.
I can now see where the actual problem lies
This is exactly what's happening in Bengal. And there are people who continuously blame the Politicians, specially BJP/RSS. But the problem with Bangladesh lies with Bangladeshis only:no bro, actually the situation at the ground has been tense and worsening over the years. similar is the case in Assam. the governor of West Bengal had to say some weeks back that if something is not done soon, a demography-change (and yes deliberate at that) is imminent! years of influx has wrought havoc in those lands and for their inhabitants. the smaller districts/towns/villages and hinterlands are the most affected, but even places like north 24 paraganas, etc. are reeling under it. the local media-reporting there is usually censored in these cases by the govt., and in case of the MSM, by far only 1-2 channels have been showing reports on this, NewsX being the one in English (they have other reports, which may be found on youtube, titled - 'jihadisation of Bengal'), then its understandable that most people elsewhere are unaware about the the ongoings. some village in Durgapur hasn't been celebrating Durga Pooja for past few years in protest; recently a gentleman from another village there had written a letter to the PMO, requesting to immediately intervene in the affairs of the state. he had detailed what's going on in his village and others. his own 14-yr old daughter was abducted at gun-point in one of the usual raids. some years back, even the Ramakrishna Mission had to approach the SC to request to not anymore identify the Order as a 'religious organisation' (due to constant attacks by these jihadists and their political accomplices; i had seen the pics of how a monk was humiliated and assaulted for running a school for the village-children). then there was another thread here itself regarding cancelling women's football match in Malda after a fatwa and fearing unrest. some years back when the perpetrators of genocide in the erstwhile east pakistan were sentenced by bangladesh court, lakhs of these people had converged onto the streets of Kolkata in support of those criminals. this alone should've been a signal then. but appeasement-politics comes with free blinkers. some weeks back a forum-member was telling to me that he's very concerned about IS' future-plans and engulfing India into the flames. i said to him first worry about the fire simmering beneath the lands of W. Bengal/Assam that many still aren't aware of.
all this has been happening there since past some years; the porous border there, the kind of govt.s those states have had (in dastardly active collusion), the effects of all those are coming up and the situation's deteriorating, while the sufferers still suffer in more-or-less silence.
Not every fault lies with the politicians, but with us as well. These so called secular people whose children live abroad, who themselves will leave India someday, are screaming their throats out to defend the poor helpless Bangladeshis, no thinking even for a second about the consequence.@amjath - yes, nevertheless, these usual marketing-tactics and stunts aside, the problem in the east is an ethnic one, which's come to such a proportion/situation just because of (still) continuing active political patronage and support. this has existed for far more than past 2 years (unrest or a portrayal of that during this period is true, but for a mix of multiple reasons; recall the Bengal church-ransacking/robbery & nun-assault case. what the case was being made out by the media to be, and what it turned out to be eventually - perpetrators were bangladeshi pests).
[P.S. - regarding that congress-blame, its the usual reaction from a worthless party, esp. after suffering a legendary loss, but without any shame. they conveniently forgot about the poll-data and that RSS has a Muslim wing too, or the cases of Muslim women assaulted for supporting the BJP/NDA].
This is exactly what's happening in Bengal. And there are people who continuously blame the Politicians, specially BJP/RSS. But the problem with Bangladesh lies with Bangladeshis only:
British jihadis in Bangladesh fanning flames of extremism, says Dhaka | World news | The Guardian
Of course this doesn't make a good sob story where the religious minority is portrayed as a victim of upper caste politics and oppression hence our Indian media gladly ignores these news, instead they scour facebook to find article like a cute cuddly video of a dog and then post these news.
20 years from now these people will be cursed by their children and grandchildren for the unrest these intruders will bring but I am sure they hope to be out of this country by that time.
Not every fault lies with the politicians, but with us as well. These so called secular people whose children live abroad, who themselves will leave India someday, are screaming their throats out to defend the poor helpless Bangladeshis, no thinking even for a second about the consequence.
PS: I am a refugee as well and my grandfather came from Bangladesh, we were kicked out of the country on the very day India gained freedom. We lost our freedom on that day and had to run for our lives, reaching India pennyless, so forgive me if I don't hold a sweet affection for that vile country.
Mamata Banerjee is a weak chief minister. She will never lift a finger against the muslim community.