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Pakistan-Bangladesh plan a Mughalistan to split India

Sacrificer           SHER SINGH AGRAWAL
Sacrifice code       wfor0437
Sacrifice date       25 march 2009

Pakistan-Bangladesh plan a Mughalistan to split India

  • http://www.bengalgenocide.com/mughalistan.php
  • http://www.bengalgenocide.com

  • Mughalistan (or Mughalstan) is the name of an independent homeland
    proposed for the Muslims of India. This Mughal-Muslim state in the
    Indian subcontinent will include all of North India and Eastern India,
    and will be formed by merging Pakistan and Bangladesh through a large
    corridor of land running across the Indo-Gangetic plain, the heartland
    of India. This Mughalistan corridor will comprise Muslim-majority
    areas of Northern India and eastern India that will be partitioned for
    the second time in history.

    The comprehensive plan for a second partition of India was first
    developed by the Mughalstan Research Institute (MRI) of Jahangir Nagar
    University (Bangladesh) under the patronage of the two intelligence
    agencies, Pakistan's Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) and
    Bangladesh's Director General of Forces Intelligence, DGFI. The
    "Mughalistan Reaserch Institute of Bangladesh" has released a map
    where a Muslim corridor named "Mughalistan" connects Pakistan and
    Bangladesh via India.

    The Pakistani Punjabi-dominated ISI's influence on MRI is evident even
    in the Punjabi-centric pronunciation of the word 'Mughalstan' (without
    the "i"), instead of the typical Urdu pronunciation (Mughalistan).
    Islamic Jihadis in India have been well-armed and well-funded by the
    neighbouring Islamic regimes, as part of Operation Topac - the late
    Pakistani President Zia-ul-Haq's grandiose plot to balkanize India.

    Not surprisingly, Osama Bin Laden has thrown his support behind the
    concept and creation of this Greater Pakistan to "liberate" the
    Muslims of India from the Hindus. The Mumbai underworld (led by
    Karachi-based don Dawood Ibrahim who executed the gruesome 1993 Mumbai
    bombings), Jamaat-e-Islami, Lashkar-e-Tayyaba, Jaish-e-Mohammad and
    Hizbul Mujahideen have declared their unified support for creating
    this undivided Islamic nation in the Indian subcontinent. The Students
    Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) and Indian Mujahideen are working in
    tandem with the aforementioned organizations to waged Jihad against
    the Hindus of India.

    It is important to note that in its "holy war" against India, the
    Lashkar-e-Tayyaba has openly declared Hindus to be the "enemies of
    Islam" who should all be converted or killed. The Lashkar-e-Tayyaba
    group has repeatedly claimed through its journals and websites that
    its main aim is to destroy the Indian republic and to annihilate
    Hinduism. Jaish-e-Mohammed has vowed to "liberate" not just Kashmir,
    but also to hoist the Islamic flag atop the historic Red Fort after
    capturing New Delhi and the rest of India.

    SIMI has championed the "liberation of India through Islam" and aim to
    restore the supremacy of Islam through the resurrection of the
    Khilafat (Islamic Caliphate), emphasis on the Muslim Ummah (Islamic)
    and the waging of Jihad on the Indian state, secularism, democracy and
    nationalism - the basic keystones of the Indian Constitution - as
    these concepts are antithetical to Islam. The Indian Mujahideen have
    sent several emails claiming responsibility for several bombings in
    Lucknow, Varanasi and Faizabad (in Uttar Pradesh), Bangalore, Jaipur,
    Ahmedabad and New Delhi in 2007 and 2008. The emails refer to
    notorious Islamic conquerors of India (Mohammed bin Qasim, Mohammad
    Ghauri and Mahmud Ghaznawi) as their role-models, refer to Hindu blood
    as "blood to be the cheapest of all mankind" and taunt Hindus that
    their "[Hindu] history is full of subjugation, humiliation, and insult
    [at the hands of Islamic conquerors]".

    The Indian Mujahideen's emails warn the Hindus to "Accept Islam and
    save yourselves" and or else face a horrible fate: - "Hindus! O
    disbelieving faithless Indians! Haven't you still realized that the
    falsehood of your 33 crore dirty mud idols and the blasphemy of your
    deaf, dumb, mute and naked idols of ram, krishna and hanuman are not
    at all going to save your necks, Insha-Allah, from being slaughtered
    by our [Muslim] hands?"


    Pakistan's emergence in 1947 was as a "mutilated, truncated,
    moth-eaten Pakistan, in M.A. Jinnah's own words, because the Muslim
    League's original plan did not envisage the partition of Punjab and
    Bengal. Today, Mughalistan is Jinnah's dream come true.

    The Partition of India provided temporary respite to the Indians and
    merely postponed the inevitable outcome. By 1971, all across Sindh,
    Western Punjab, Gandhara (Kandahar) and Eastern Bengal, the native
    populations of the Indian Religionists (Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists,
    Jains) have been wiped out almost entirely by conversion, massacre and
    mass exodus. Extrapolating this scenario, we find ominous results.
    This Islamic beach-head, which squeezes India from both sides
    (Pakistan and Bangladesh), gradually links up with a Fifth Column
    within India and gains fresh territorial and demographic victories
    within the last two decades (Kashmir valley, several districts of West
    Bengal and Assam, Malappuram district in Kerala and the
    Hyderabad-Deccan region). The Islamic Anschluss creeps steadily and
    bloodily, until the Western beach-head (Pakistan) is linked up
    demographically with the Eastern beach-head (Bangladesh) through the
    formation of a Islam-dominated belt called "Mughalstan", that will
    then run through Jammu, Mewat, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal and

    Jammu & Kashmir

    It is an open secret that wherever the Muslims are in a majority, the
    rights and freedom of the non-Muslims are severely curtailed. Take for
    example Kashmir. It's the only state in India which is a Muslim
    majority and let us see what happened there. Hundreds of temples were
    razed, Hindus were forced to flee, their women were raped, children
    were killed and houses forcibly occupied. The entire Kashmiri Hindu
    population (known as Kashmiri Pandits) having been driven away, killed
    or converted between 1990 and 2000 in a silent, mass genocide. The
    Muslims in Kashmir have been enjoying a special status under
    Constitution's Article 370, hardly any central law is enforced there,
    the number of income-tax payers is among the lowest and unlike other
    poor states, J&K gets 90 per cent central financial assistance as
    grants and only 10 per cent as loans. Still there are complaints that
    a 'Hindu central government discriminates'. The other minority,
    Buddhists mostly located in Ladakh, too, are harshly treated and
    discriminated against by the mainly Sunni Muslim governance in
    Srinagar. The Buddhist Association, Leh, has been submitting
    memorandums to the central government about how Buddhist youths are
    denied jobs and a fair chance to join the Kashmir Administrative
    service and professional colleges in spite of clearing the entrance
    exams. The number of Buddhist minorities is fast decreasing causing
    concern amongst their leaders. Even their dead are not allowed to be
    buried in Muslim-majority Kargil area and monasteries have been denied
    to be built. Leh district continues to see rampant conversions of
    Buddhist women to Islam.

    The Kashmir Valley today has a 98 per cent Muslim population. Poonch
    district, which is contiguous with Pakistan, has a Muslim majority.
    Jammu district has seen regular attacks on Hindu civilians and
    temples. The Hindu-population of the adjacent district of Doda is
    being squeezed out by Islamic violence. As a result, Doda is now a
    Muslim-majority district, where the population ratio between the
    Muslims and the Hindus in Doda district is now 55:45. Doda town has a
    90 per cent Muslim population. Out of the seven subdivisions, Banihal,
    Kishtwar and Balesa are Muslim dominated areas. Bhaderwah, Thathri and
    Ramban have a Hindu majority. In Ladakh, Kargil district has a Muslim

    Northern India

    In the backward Mewat region of Haryana (and Rajasthan), Muslims form
    66% of the local population. In 2005, the Congress (I) state
    government in Haryana quietly created a Muslim-majority district
    called Mewat, by vivisecting Gurgaon district. This move strengthened
    the clout of Islamic groups in the region. After all, it was in
    Haryana's Mewat region in 1992, that Muslim mobs in Nuh town had
    hacked Hindus, destroyed Hindu temples and brazenly slaughtered cows
    openly on streets after seizing them from Gau Shalas (cow shelters).
    Today, the mass conversion of Hindu villagers to Islam, purchasing
    tens of thousands of Hindu girls for use as sex-slaves, cow-slaughter
    and social boycott of Hindus is common in Muslim families in Mewat.
    The average Muslim birth rates of 12-15 children per household in
    Mewat is increasing even more by cases like the Mohammed Ishaq family
    where the patriarch has sired 23 kids from his wife, Bismillah.

    The 2008 bomb blasts targeting Hindu temples and civilians in Jaipur underscore the rising tension in Rajasthan.

    Muslim-majority cities like Old Delhi and Malerkotla (in Indian
    Punjab) provide not only shelter to Jihadi terrorists, but also
    geographic continuity to Muslim-dominated districts of western Uttar
    Pradesh (UP), especially Agra, Aligarh, Azamgarh, Meerut, Bijnor as
    well as Muzaffarnagar, Kanpur, Varanasi, Bareilly, Saharanpur and
    Moradabad. Muslim attacks on Hindu religious processions, religious
    riots and bomb blasts are common place in UP as was seen in Mau,
    Ayodhya, Lucknow and Kanpur. The UP state population of Muslims has
    risen to 18% today.

    Next door, Bihar has a 17% Muslim population and religious tensions are simmering.

    Along the Indo-Nepal border of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, around 1900
    Islamic seminaries have come up on both sides of the Indo-Nepal border
    in recent times. "There has been an exponential increase of Madrassas
    on both sides of Indo-Nepal border in the recent past of which around
    1100 are in India while the rest are in Nepal," revealed Director
    General of Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) Tilak Kak. These large number of
    Madrassas, which serve as have come up in a disproportionate way and
    are not proportional to the Muslim population in the area. India's
    Task Force on Border Management, in its report of October 2000, wrote
    about the ominous developments along the India-Nepal border: "On the
    Indo-Nepal border, Madrassas and mosques have sprung up on both sides
    in the Terai region, accompanied by four-fold increase in the
    population of the minority community in the region. There are 343
    mosques, 300 Madrassas and 17 mosques-cum- Madrassas within 10
    kilometres of the border on the Indian side. On the Nepal side, there
    are 282 mosques, 181 Madrassas and eight mosques-cum- Madrassas. These
    mosques and Madrassas receive huge funds from Muslim countries like
    Saudi Arabia, Iran, Kuwait, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Managers of
    various Madrassas and Ulema maintain close links with the embassy
    officials of those countries located at Kathmandu. Financial
    assistance is also channelized through the Islamic Development Bank
    (Jeddah), Habib Bank of Pakistan and also through some Indian Muslims
    living in Gulf countries. Pakistan's Habib Bank, after becoming a
    partner in Nepal's Himalayan Bank, has expanded its network in the
    border areas including Biratnagar and Krishna Nagar. It is suspected
    that foreign currency is converted into Indian currency in Nepal and
    then brought to India clandestinely. Madrasas and mosques on the
    Indo-Nepal border are frequently visited by prominent Muslim leaders,
    Tablighi Jamaats (proselytizing groups) and pro-Pak Nepali leaders.
    Officials of Pak Embassy have come to notice visiting Terai area of
    Nepal to strengthen Islamic institutions and to disburse funds to
    them. Pro-Pak elements in Nepal also help in demographic subversion of
    the Terai belt."

    West Bengal and Assam: The Weakest Links in the ChainAccording to the
    2001 census, the Muslim population is 28% of the total West Bengal
    population. In Assam, the Muslim population comprises atleast 31% of
    the total state population.

    Arun Shourie wrote this in the Indian Express in 2004:

    "Muslims in India accounted for 9.9 per cent (of India's population)
    in 1951, 10.8 per cent in 1971 and 11.3 per cent in 1981, and
    presumably about 12.1 per cent in 1991. The present population ratio
    of Muslims is calculated to be 28 per cent in Assam and 25 per cent in
    West Bengal. In 1991 the Muslim population in the border districts of
    West Bengal accounted for 56 per cent in South and North Parganas, 48
    per cent in Nadia, 52 per cent in Murshidabad, 54 per cent in Malda
    and about 60 per cent in Islampur sub-division of West Dinajpur. A
    study of the border belt of West Bengal yields some telling
    statistics: 20-40 per cent villages in the border districts are said
    to be predominantly Muslim. There are indications that the
    concentration of the minority community, including the Bangladesh
    immigrants, in the villages has resulted in the majority community
    moving to urban centres. Several towns in the border districts are now
    predominantly inhabited by the majority community but surrounded by
    villages mostly dominated by the minority community. Lin Piao's theory
    of occupying the villages before overwhelming the cities comes to
    mind, though the context is different. However, the basic factor of
    security threat in both the cases is the same.

    Figures have been given showing the concentration of Muslim population
    in the districts of West Bengal bordering Bangladesh starting from 24
    Parganas and going up to Islampur of West Dinajpur district and their
    population being well over 50 per cent of the population. The
    Kishanganj district (of Bihar) which was part of Purnea district
    earlier, which is contiguous to the West Bengal area, also has a
    majority of Muslim population. The total population of the districts
    of South and North 24 Parganas, Murshidabad, Nadia, Malda and West
    Dinajpur adds up to 27,337,362. If we add the population of Kishanganj
    district of Bihar of 986,672, the total comes to 28,324,034. (All
    figures are based on the 1991 Census.) This mass of land with a
    population of nearly 2.8 crores has a Muslim majority. The total
    population of West Bengal in 1991 was 67.9 million and of these, 28.32
    million are concentrated in the border districts, with about 16-17
    million population of minority community being concentrated in this
    area. This crucial tract of land in West Bengal and Bihar, lying along
    the Ganges/Hughly and west Bangladesh with a population of over 28
    million, with Muslims constituting a majority, should give cause for
    anxiety for any thinking Indian.''
    And what if, from these figures, I had advanced two warnings. First,
    ''There is a distinct danger of another Muslim country, speaking
    predominantly Bengali, emerging in the eastern part of India in the
    future, at a time when India might find itself weakened politically
    and militarily.''

    And second that the danger is as grave even if that third Islamic
    State does not get carved out in the sub-continent into a full-fledged
    country? What if I had put that danger as follows?
    ''Let us look at the map of Eastern India - starting from the North 24
    Parganas district, proceeding through Nadia, Murshidabad, Malda and
    West Dinajpur before entering the narrow neck of land lying through
    Raiganj and Dalkola of Islampur sub-division before passing through
    the Kishanganj district of East Bihar to enter Siliguri. Proceed
    further and take a look at the north Bengal districts of Darjeeling,
    Jalpaiguri and Cooch Behar before entering Assam, and its districts of
    Dhubri, Goalpara, Bongaigaon, Kokrajhar and Barpeta. A more sensitive
    region in Asia is difficult to locate...''

    To quote Sandhya Jain's article "India's Cancer Wards" in "The Pioneer":

    'Mr. R.K. Ohri, ex-IGP, Arunachal Pradesh, cautioned that an Islamic
    Caliphate is rising on India's flanks, from Bangladesh to West Asia,
    and that the shadow of the Mughalistan corridor is now visibly
    manifesting in various districts along the Indo-Nepal and
    Indo-Bangladesh border. The demand for a 'Muslim Banghboomi' has
    already been raised, warns ex-MP B.L. Sharma (Prem). Traveling in West
    Bengal to check out certain atrocities against Hindus some years ago,
    his convoy was attacked by Bangladeshis. When demographer J.K. Bajaj
    and his colleagues prepared a mathematical model of the demographic
    challenge facing India, they found it exactly matched the map prepared
    by Bangladesh's Mughalstan Research Institute. Experts feel the latter
    has been prepared by the ISI because the 'Mughalstan' spelling
    indicates a Punjabi mind!

    Bangladesh's reputed human rights activist Salam Azad laments that
    Bangladesh is the best place in the world for the return of the
    Taliban. Madrasas, he said, are teaching that "Muslims are the best in
    the world; non-Muslims will be converted, beaten, killed, married,
    raped, because non-Muslim women are regarded as maal-i-ganimat (free
    war booty)… Minorities will be oppressed, indigenous people will be
    attacked, in my country there is oppression everywhere and this is
    being done by the so-called educated people of the madrasas."

    West Bengal BJP leader Tathagatha Roy said the extent of atrocities
    against Hindus in Bangladesh can be seen from the fact that in several
    districts there was not a single woman between the ages of seven to
    seventy years who had not been raped in that country. He apologized
    for the indifference of the BJP Government which did not grant refugee
    status to Hindus fleeing oppression in Bangladesh. North Eastern
    Students Organisation chairman Samujjal Bhattacharya said all 49
    tribal belts and blocks in Assam have been occupied by Bangladeshis.
    The shadows have spread to Arunachal, Nagaland, Manipur and Meghalaya

    Today, Hindus residing within a 50-km radius of the border are feeling
    the heat. They are being harassed on Indian soil and forced to move as
    the infiltrators establish themselves along this corridor, thus de
    facto extending the Bangladesh border into India.'

    The West Bengal administration, which had taken a serious view of the
    problem in the initial stages of the Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee
    government, now seems to have accepted it as a fait accompli. The
    chief minister had adopted some steps to contain the menace when the
    BJP strongman L.K.Advani was the union home minister from 1998-2004.
    But his initiative has slackened after the installation of the UPA
    government at the Centre since 2004.

    In case the ramifications of the unfolding scenario are not yet clear
    to Indians, the bomb-blasts and religious riots are a roaring
    continuation of the 1400-year Jihad against India - an ongoing war
    that will culminate in the Islamisation of what's left of Hindustan.
    Already the demographic battle is underway and the Mughalistan
    scenario looks feasible. The book "Religious Demography of India"
    published by A P Joshi, M.D. Srinivas and J K Bajaj of the Centre for
    Policy Studies (CPS), Chennai, reveals that in 2001, Muslims comprise
    over 30% of the total population in the Indian-subcontinent
    (comprising India, Pakistan and Bangladesh). The total Muslim
    population zoomed from 12.5% (1991) to 30.3% (2001), in just 10 years
    (from ex-IAS officer V.Sundaram's article in "News Today": Deathly
    Demographic warnings for India).

    According to the 2001 census report, Indian population is
    1,027,015,247.3. Of this, 1.5 crore people are Bangladeshi
    infiltrators who are living in India. The Intelligence Bureau has
    reportedly estimated, after an extensive survey, that the present
    number is about 16 million. The August 2000 report of the Task Force
    on Border Management placed the figure at 15 million, with 300,000
    Bangladeshis entering India illegally every month. It is estimated
    that about 13 lakh Bangladeshis live in Delhi alone. It has been
    reported that one crore Bangladeshis are missing from Bangladesh
    [August 4, 1991, Morning Sun] and it implies that those people have
    infiltrated into India. These infiltrators mainly settle in the
    north-east India and in West Bengal. This is shown by the fact that
    there has been irregular increase in the Muslim population in these
    states and many of the districts have become Muslim majority. The
    proportion of Muslims in Assam had increased from 24.68 per cent in
    1951 to 30.91 per cent in 2001.Whereas in the same time period the
    proportion of Muslims in India increased from 9.91 per cent to 13.42
    per cent. In West Bengal, the Muslim population in west Dinajpur,
    Maldah, Birbhum and Murshidabad 36.75 per cent, 47.49 per cent, 33.06
    per cent and 61.39 per cent respectively, according to 1991 census.

    This has not only caused the burden on the Indian economy, but also
    threatens the identity of the indigenous people of the north-east of
    India. In Tripura, another north-eastern state of India, the local
    population has been turned into a minority community over a short
    period of time by the sheer numbers of cross-border migrants from
    Bangladesh. In 1947, 56 per cent of Tripura's population consisted of
    tribal (or indigenous) population. Today this stands at a 25% of the
    total. In many districts these infiltrators are the one who decides
    the outcome of elections. Outcomes of the 32 per cent of Vidhan Sabha
    seats in Assam and 18 per cent of seats in West Bengal are decided by
    them. This is due to the fact that political parties are helping them
    to get ration cards and voters ID and hence using them to win

    According to the report, at present there are 80 lakh Bangladeshi
    infiltrators in Bengal, 55 lakh in Assom, 4 lakh in Tripura and 5 lakh
    in Bihar (Katihar, Purnia and Kishenganj districts) and
    Jharkhand(Sahebganj district). As far as West Bengal is concerned, the
    concentration of infiltrators is quite marked in the border districts
    like North and South Dinajpur, Cooch Behar, Nadia, Murshidabad, Malda
    and North and South 24 Parganas. The affected areas in Assom are
    Dhubri, Goalpara, Karimganj and Hailakandi, while a similar scenario
    is noticeable in Kailashar, Sabrum, Udaipur and Belonia areas in
    Tripura. Pakistan's ISI is believed to have a hand behind this
    large-scale infiltration which has been playing havoc with the economy
    of Bengal and Assam. Home ministry sources say
    Harkat-ul-Jehadi-Islami(HUJI), the dreaded militant outfit active in
    Bangladesh, has succeeded in sending a large number of militants along
    with the infiltrators to West Bengal.

    The Home ministry had laid stress on an early completion of
    barbed-wire fencing along the borders with Bangladesh. Of the 2216
    km-long border the fencing could be completed only along 1167 km till
    2007. The continuous infiltration has brought about serious
    demographic changes to Bengal's border areas and made the border-map,
    drawn after the 1974 Indira-Mujib agreement, somewhat irrelevant. The
    Centre has consequently sought a detailed report from the state
    government on changes in the population pattern in 66 blocks of nine
    border districts.

    DGFI & ISI Plan To Capture West Bengal and Assam Through Vote Machinery

    To facilitate Mughalistan and the concomitant partition of India and
    Bengal, the DGFI-ISI have jointly planned to change the demography of
    West Bengal and Assam on a priority basis.
    As many as 53 out of 294 Assembly constituencies in West Bengal have a
    high concentration of voters who happen to be illegal Muslim from
    Bangladesh. Similarly, the fate of 40 Assembly seats in Assam depends
    on the votes cast by illegal Bangladeshi Muslim infiltrators. All this
    has been revealed by a recent report of the union home ministry on
    infiltration from India's neighbour. The report has been prepared on
    the basis of facts and figures provided by the Task Force on Border
    Management and Assam's former governor S.K. Sinha.

    As such the Bangladeshi Muslims can control the West Bengal Assembly,
    and dictate terms to the state government of West Bengal in all
    respects. The picture of plight of majority Hindu electorates worsened
    in the State, as Muslim electorates have a clear majority in three
    districts viz. Malda, Murshidabad & North Dinajpur and 63 (sixty
    three) blocks in West Bengal. Again, an analysis upon the projection
    into the 2001 Census hints at abnormal Muslim growth everywhere in
    West Bengal, where the Muslim population is 28% of the total state

    There are at least 5 powerful Muslim ministers in the West Bengal
    state cabinet: Abdur Rezzak Mollah (Minister of Land & Land Reforms),
    Anisur Rahaman (Minister of Animal Resources Development), Mortaja
    Hossain (Minister of Agriculture, Marketing & Relief, Minster of
    State), Anarul Haque (Minister of State for Public Health,
    Engineering) and Abdus Sattar (Minister of State for Minority
    Development & Madrasa Education).

    In West Bengal, there are 45 Muslim Members of the Legislative
    Assembly (MLAs) out of 294 seats. There are 5 Muslim Members of
    Parliament from West Bengal out of 42 seats: Mohammed Salim (Calcutta
    North East), Abu Ayes Mondal (Katwa), Abu Hasem Khan Choudhury
    (Malda), Abdul Mannan Hossain (Murshidabad) and Hannan Mollah
    (Uluberia), all of whom strength the control of Islam in various
    government institutions and the police hierarchy.

    As the UPA Central Government and the CPI(M) State Government have
    paid no attention for the threat of Bangladeshi Muslim infiltrators in
    West Bengal, the Bangladeshi Muslims have captured land, money and
    unequalled power of voting throughout the border districts in Bengal
    in many places.

    With the passive support of both the UPA Central Government and the
    CPI(M) State Government and with the active support of all the
    political parties in West Bengal (except for the BJP) for winning the
    Muslim votebank's support, the DGFI & ISI has actively put down roots
    in the soil of West Bengal for their purposes. Not only are they
    successful in the ongoing demographic change of West Bengal by means
    of mobilizing the election machinery of Bengal, they have also opened
    their fronts everywhere in smuggling, trafficking, drug peddling,
    illegal cow smuggling, trans-border gang robbery and of course
    terrorism, with the active grassroots support to the Harakat
    ul-Jihad-I-Islami-Bangladesh (HUJI-B), Lashkar-e-Tayyaba and

    Now in its most advantageous position, the DGFI & ISI's joint
    collaboration is now promoting activities of Mughalistan in Kolkata,
    Howrah & other districts. The Dhaka-based Mughalistan Research
    Institute has identified various areas marked as "Mini Pakistan" in
    W.Bengal & Eastern India. This Mughalistan, as we know, comprises the
    entity of Greater Pakistan, right from Afghanistan to Myanmar
    including Bangladesh, whole of W. Bengal, Assam & many other portions
    of India. This Pan-Islamic movement gets petro-dollars from the Arab
    World and fake Indian Currency from Pakistan and Bangladesh for the
    maximum manifestation of their plans. The Muslim infiltration from
    Bangladesh gives oxygen to the Pan-Islamic movement in India. Now they
    have direct access into the West Bengal State Assembly and into the
    Ministry of Bengal within Writers Building, Kolkata. But sadly, West
    Bengal's vote politics undermine the situation by turning a blind eye
    to this colossal tragedy, unabashedly providing voters' ID cards to
    the Muslim infiltrators and setting a dangerous peril for Bengali
    Hindus and India.

    The North-Eastern region is connected to rest of India by a small
    strip called "The Siliguri Corridor" or "Chicken's Neck". The
    Islamists have planned to isolate the North-East of India from the
    rest of India, in order to facilitate the creation of Mughalistan.
    This Operation is named as "Operation Pin code". For this they have
    planned to infiltrate 3000 Jihadis into North Eastern region.
    According to the Task Force, there are 905 Mosques and 439 Madrasas
    along Indo-Bangladesh border on the Indian side.

    Some excerpts from the report, "Demography survey on eastern border"
    by Bhavna Vij-Aurora in "The Telegraph" are startling. "There have
    been reports that more Madarsas and mosques are sprouting along the
    borders, which in itself is an indication of increased Muslim
    population in the area," disclosed an intelligence official. The last
    such study was done by the Intelligence Bureau and the home ministry
    in 1992, and their report kept a secret in view of the sensitive
    findings. It was ultimately leaked and the estimated number of illegal
    migrants from Bangladesh was anywhere between 1.5 crore and 2 crore.
    It's time for a fresh survey, according to sources. There have been
    renewed intelligence reports that militants are using madarsas and
    mosques as safe havens, and also for storing arms and ammunition.

    According to reports, the largest number of madarsas and mosques has
    come up in bordering areas with Nepal, lower Assam and Bengal. This
    complements another secret survey that has revealed that nearly 40 per
    cent villages in the border districts of Bengal are predominantly
    Muslim. There are reports that concentration of the minority
    community, including the Bangladeshi immigrants in the villages, has
    resulted in the majority community moving to urban areas. Along with
    madarsas and mosques, a large number of Muslim NGOs have sprung up in
    the area bordering Nepal. Most of these madarsas are used for
    anti-India activities by Pakistan-backed terrorists. The NGOs
    ostensibly work for the social and educational uplift of the Muslim
    community and receive substantial and completely unregulated funding
    from Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Libya and other Islamic countries," an
    intelligence report said."

    When India was partitioned in 1947 on religious grounds and Muslims
    got West Pakistan and East Pakistan (now Bangladesh), they had a
    vulture´s eye on the entire north-east. Muslims were not satisfied
    with both the Pakistans. They wanted the whole of the north-east
    region (undivided Assam) integrated with East Pakistan. Manul Haq
    Chowdhury, Jinnah´s private secretary, who remained in Assam and later
    became a minister in Assam assembly, wrote to Jinnah in 1947:
    "Quaid-e-Azam, wait for the next thirty years, I shall present Assam
    to Pakistan on a platter." Since then, a sinister game plan to 'grow
    more Muslims in the north-east' has been going on surreptitiously.

    Today, out of the total 24 districts of Assam, six districts, namely,
    Nagaon, Goalpara, Dhubri, Karimganj, Barpeta and Hailakanndi have 60
    per cent Muslim population while other six, namely, Bongaigaon,
    Kokrajhar, Kamrup, Nalbari, Darang and Cachar districts have above 40
    per cent of them. Out of the 126 assembly seats, the election of 54
    MLAs depends on the Muslim vote bank. There are 28 Muslim MLAs and
    four ministers, namely, (i) Rocky Bul Hussain (Nagaon), Minister of
    State for Home Affairs; (ii) Ismail Hussain (Dhubri), Minister for
    Flood; (iii) Dr Nazurul Islam (Doboka), Minister for Food and Civil
    Supply, and (iv) Misabul Hussain Laskar (Borkhola, Cachar), Minister
    for Cooperatives.

    There are two Lok Sabha MPs in Assam, namely, Anwar Hussain from
    Dhubri and A.F. Gulam Osmani from Barpeta and one Rajya Sabha MP, Smt.
    Anwara Timur (Nagaon). The Muslim community of Assam has provided one
    former Muslim Chief Minister-Smt. Anwara Timur (Nagaon) and one former
    President of India-Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed (Lakhtokia, Guwahati).
    Earlier, in the Assam Gana Parishad (AGP) Ministry, headed by Prafulla
    Kumar Mahanta, there were two Muslim ministers, namely, Maidul Islam
    Bora from Kamalpur, Kamrup district and Sukur Ali from Barpeta.
    Several high-ranking officers including deputy commissioners are from
    this community. Obviously, the Muslim community, including the Indian
    Muslims and the Bangladeshi Muslims, have become a dominant group in
    Assam and it is they who decide who would be the Chief Minister of
    Assam and what would be the major policies of Assam pertaining to
    detection and deportation of illegal Muslim migrants and care of
    Muslim welfare.

    Tarun Gogoi, the Congress(I) Chief Minister of Assam, is giving all
    protection to these Muslims due to political compulsions. The Assamese
    community has been overpowered by Muslims. These Bangladeshi Muslims
    are sneaking into upper Assam too, creating serious problems for the
    Assamese. The demography of Assam has drastically changed and the very
    existence of the indigenous people is threatened. The manifold growth
    in Muslim population has overburdened Assam and the Assamese people
    are feeling harassed and tortured. The livelihoods of the local people
    are getting snatched away by these illegal Muslim migrants. The
    Janjati (indigenous tribal) communities in Assam are not organized.
    Therefore, their land and forests are very often forcefully occupied
    by these Muslims. The Nelli massacre in 1983 was the worst clash
    between the local people and Bangladeshi Muslims in which several
    Lalung Janjati people were reportedly killed and many Lalung villages
    were burnt.

    These Bangladeshis have illegally sneaked into Manipur, Mizoram,
    Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh and Tripura too. They are marrying the
    local girls of influential people and are thus getting protection from
    their in-laws' families. After marriage with a Janjati girl, they
    convert her to Islam. They purchase land in the Janjati belts in the
    name of their Janjati wives by producing Janjati certificates in her
    name. Now, the new generation of Muslims, i.e. the Janjati Muslims, is
    growing. They give Muslim names to their children but the clan remains
    that of local wives, like Saidullah Ningrum, Azad Lingdoh (Khasi
    Muslims), Nizamuddin Semia, Akram Semia (Naga Muslims), Shahabuddin
    Chowdhury, Akbar Laskar (Assamese Muslims) and others. In Assam,
    Muslims are using Assamese surnames like Hazarika, Barbhuian,
    Bargohain, Bhuiyan, Bora, Gohain and others. There are Meitei Muslims
    too in Manipur.

    In Nagaland, the Muslim menace is more serious. Dimapur has become the
    den of these Bangladeshi Muslims. They constitute the leading labour
    force in the agriculture sector owned by the Naga community. The
    majority of rickshaw-pullers, auto-drivers and other manual labourers
    is now of Bangladeshi Muslims. This has given rise to robbery, theft,
    illegal trafficking of narcotic drugs and liquor, smuggling of
    pornographic films and vulgar literature and an unprecedented rise in
    crime, flesh trade and prostitution. This influx has narrowed the jobs
    of lay workers too.

    The Nagaland state capital, Kohima, has become the second biggest
    haven for the illegal migrant Muslims who occupy most of the shops in
    the main market, P.R. Hills and other localities. They marry Angami
    girls and become sons-in-law of the Naga people.

    Similarly, all the district areas such as Mokokchung, Wokha,
    Zunheboto, Phek, Mon and Tuensang are infested with them. They are
    sneaking into the interiors of Nagaland. In places like Jalukie in
    Zeliang area, Naginimora, Tizit and other central places of Nagaland,
    the pain of the presence of migrant Muslims is felt by the local Naga
    populace. Some ten years before, the students´ bodies had agitated
    against these foreigner Muslims. But the agitation was silently
    withdrawn reportedly due to threats from Bangladesh that the
    Government of Bangladesh would demolish all the camps of Naga
    undergrounds established in the territory of that country if the
    Bangladeshi Muslims were harassed in Nagaland. On seeing this
    unprecedented growth of Muslim population in Nagaland, S.C. Jamir, the
    then Chief Minister, once stated, "Muslims are breeding like
    mosquitoes in Nagaland."

    As a result of such illegal migration of Bangladeshi Muslims and their
    nuptial ties with the local Naga girls, a new community called Semiya
    or Sumias has already emerged in the state. Their number is estimated
    to be several thousand. The concentration of the Semiyas is the
    highest in Dimapur and Kohima districts respectively. There are fears
    among many that the voters' list might have been doctored to
    accommodate the Semiyas as well other immigrants. The result of such
    immigration is gradually being felt in the state.
    According to a Dimapur-based newspaper, on any Muslim religious day at
    least half of the shops in Kohima and some 75 per cent in Dimapur
    remain closed. It is also a fact that control over business
    establishments is fast receding from the hands of the locals. A recent
    survey conducted by the state directorate of Agriculture showed that
    71.73 per cent of the total business establishments are being
    controlled and run by non-locals. Out of the 23,777 numbers of shops
    in the state, the local people own only 6,722 shops. Since the illegal
    migrants provide cheap labour, they are aggravating the unemployment
    problem. Besides, they pose a threat to the internal security as well.
    Reliable sources indicate that they are also involved in various
    unwanted activities like drug peddling and flesh trade.

    The Big Picture

    The following map shows the concentration of Muslims and Hindus in the
    Indian subcontinent today. The highlighted areas show riot-prone
    regions of India where aggressive Muslim populations range from
    atleast 20% to 100% of the population.

    Lest one mistakenly thinks that Mughalistan is the culmination of the
    Islamisation of India and that somehow the rest of India will be
    spared its fate, it must be stressed that this second partition of
    India is only the beginning. In Hyderabad of Andhra Pradesh, northern
    districts of Karnataka and certain areas of Maharashtra, the growth of
    Muslims is very high. Likewise, in Kerala, the Muslims now constitute
    25% of the state's population. Malappuram district was carved out to
    create a Muslim majority district by the Communist government headed
    by E.M.S Namboothiripad. Today, the entire Malappuram district
    enforces the weekly holiday on Friday (not Sunday) for schools and
    businesses, while Hindus in neighbouring Kozhikode (Calicut) and
    Kannur are intimidated through high-profile massacres like in Marad.
    The planning and execution is well underway to ensure a continuing
    Anschluss where several Muslim majority pockets such as Moplahstan (in
    Kerala) and Osmanistan (in the Deccan) will gradually spread in size
    and link up with Mughalistan to form a Greater Mughalistan.

    This Greater Mughalistan is of strategic significance as it will
    provide a contiguous, strategic corridor linking the Ummah into a
    pan-Islamic Caliphate. The ISI-DGFI-Indian Jihadi triumvirate has
    fondly nicknamed this pan-Islamic Caliphate as Islamistan (meaning
    "Land of Islam"), a synonym for `Islamic World' or `Dar-ul-Islam'.
    This geographical Islamic crescent will link the Islamic Middle-East
    to Islamic South-East Asia, with the new Islamic World stretching all
    the way from Morocco and Bosnia in the West to Malaysia and Indonesia
    in the East.

    There are Muslims in India today who dream of "Mughalistan" and are
    working relentlessly towards a further partition of India by creating
    "Mughalistan" in the UP-Bihar-Bengal-Assam corridor. It remains the
    focus of mainstream groups like the Tablighi Jamaat (who have
    methodically radicalised the ordinary Muslims) as well as underground
    terror groups like the Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) and
    the Indian Mujahideen, who have blown up several Indian cities killing
    thousands of people. Until Mughalstan is achieved, Indians will
    continue to see serial bomb-blasts, attacks on Hindu festivals and
    temples, killings of Hindu activists, conversions of Hindu women and
    socio-economically backward sections, and brazen cow-slaughter that
    will continue endlessly until the Hindu mind becomes too numb and
    shell-shocked to look at the bigger picture, or comprehend the future
    - that Mughalistan is inevitable ("Mughalstan Paindabad").

    Lessons of history have been quickly forgotten. Indians have become
    twisted "politically correct" escapists who prefer to turn a blind eye
    to reality. Now it is not about just Kashmir any more, it is all of
    India that Pakistan wants. And the creation of Mughalistan is not a
    question of "If", but "When". Unless we stand up and stop it.

    All Indians, secularists and nationalists alike, must act quickly. We
    should ponder upon the future of India that we will bequeath to our
    children in the near future, if the plan of Mughalistan is allowed to
    proceed unhindered. Indians have to start taking responsibility for
    their future generations. We must do everything in our might, to
    ensure that the tide of Islamic expansionism is restricted and
    reversed, beginning right now.

    The common man should take all possible measures politically, socially and economically to single-mindedly achieve this goal.

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