Monday, January 11, 2016

Fwd: Everything You Wanted To Know About Malda Violence, But Were Too Secular To Ask


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From: S G Naravane <sgnaravane@yahoo.com>
Date: Mon, Jan 11, 2016 at 10:35 PM
Subject: Everything You Wanted To Know About Malda Violence, But Were Too Secular To Ask
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Everything You Wanted To Know About Malda Violence, B...
Mamata Bannerjee's refusal to crackdown on anti-national elements and rioters in Malda doesn't augur well for the security of West Bengal as well as India. #commun...
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Mamata Bannerjee's refusal to crackdown on anti-national elements and rioters in Malda doesn't augur well for the security of West Bengal as well as India.
Background
At the Times Lit Fest in Mumbai last November, Arun Jaitley said that the Supreme Court, whose order was unfavourable to homosexuals in the country,  may have to reconsider its judgment, given the emerging jurisprudence all over the world on Gay Rights.
On 2 January, responding to Jaitley's speech, Azam Khan, senior minister in the cabinet of Uttar Pradesh CM Akhilesh Yadav, said that all RSS leaders were homosexuals as they don't get married.
A day later, self-proclaimed Hindu leader Kamlesh Tiwari was leapfrogged to national fame by the Old Media which quoted him as saying that Prophet Mohammad was the first homosexual in the world. Soon after, Tiwari was booked  and put behind bars for hate speech.
Unsurprisingly, matters didn't end there. One fanatic even declared an award of Rs 51 lakh to whoever would behead Tiwari. What is perplexing is while Muslim mobs of thousands protested and rallied in different parts of the country, they managed to run amok and turn an entire district into a mini war zone in Malda of West Bengal.
Is it just about Kamlesh Tiwari or there is something more to it?
Heroin Is Villain?
According to a Mail Today report, there is more to the Malda communal violence than meets the eye. Locals here are involved in poppy cultivation. Narcotics money dominates the economy of the region and is used to fund madrassas and buy sophisticated weapons, which are smuggled in from Bangladesh. The region is also a hub for the fake currency racket, due to its strategic location along the border.
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