Date: 16 May 2009


Hindu Samhati Warns Sandeshkhali (West Bengal) Police 
Sandeshkhali (West Bengal) Police Warned For Dubious Inaction To Rescue Nayana Sardar a 13 year old Hindu girl

Today (07-May-2009) over 300 activists of Hindu Samhati staged a strong demonstration at Sandeshkhali Police Station to protest the shameful inaction on the part of the police in the case of two time abduction of Nayana Sardar, a 13 year 10 months old Hindu girl by Islamic activists.

The route to Sandeshkhali Police Station was not an easy way, the activists travelled from Basanti, Minakha, Saraberia and Kolkata to Dhamakhali the last point of land on the horizon, after which all the activists ferried across to the other side of the river Bidhyadhari for their destination Sandeshkhali Police Station.

Just outside the Police station the activists gathered and shouted slogans demanding to know the course of action taken by the police in the two time abduction case of the unfortunate minor girl. Their agitation was led by Mr. Tapan Ghosh, Convenor of Hindu Samhati. In his speech Mr. Ghosh stressed on the corruption and the nexus between the Police personnel and the criminals of the jurisdiction area of Sandeshkhali Police Station. Mr. Ghosh also named the implicated personnel viz, the then Officer-in-Charge during the occurrence of the crime of Sandeshkhali PS Mr. Gautam Mitra, Sub Inspector Mohammed Ananda Seikh and Sub Inspector Manik Mukherjee. He also stated that accused Rafiqul Seikh and Saibaddi Mollah, (both religious Muslims) are walking free due to this unholy nexus. Along with the agitators, present were Mrs. Hema Sardar, mother of Nayana Sardar, Mr. Rabindranath Sardar, father of Nayana Sardar, and other family members including Nayana’s married elder sister.

After protesting in front of the Police Station, a team of 9 activists led by Mr. Tapan Ghosh, including Nayana’s mother and some of her neighbors entered the Police Station to meet the current Officer-in-Charge Mr. Samrat Phani and the Circle Inspector Mr. Raj Kumar Ghosh. The delegation included Ramkrishna Das, Pradip Mandal, Advocate Subhasis Basu Mallick, Shyamanjan Sur, Pradip Das and Smt. Kajal Halder.

Mr. Tapan Ghosh handed over the Memorandum to both the police personnel mentioned above. After handing over the Memorandum a warning was issued to the police over their inaction and their undue conduct with the parents of Nayana Sardar. A deadline was issued to the police that if by 20th of May, 2009, the police fails to take proper action then Hindu Samhati will take the agitation to a higher level, whereby it will cause severe embarassment and loss of credibility for the administration.

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(in and Around Sandeshkhali Police Station)
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Hindu Samhati