Sunny Sinha, a private bank employee was stabbed to death by a gang led by Mohammed Ladla in the Purnea district of Bihar. Just prior to the incident, local police let go Mohammed with a ‘warning’ after locals informed them that goons were creating a ruckus in the area. Outraged locals said that police inaction killed Sinha.
On September 13, Sunny’s family had organized a small function to celebrate the birthday of his nephew. An intoxicated Mohammed Ladla along with his friend Mohammad Laal landed up there and the two started smoking drugs. When Sunny and other guests asked them to leave, an infuriated Mohammed created a scene.
Locals informed the police that some criminals were creating a fight near the venue. A police patrol team arrived but instead of apprehending the drug addicts, let them go with just a warning.
After some time, Mohammed returned with around 2 dozen goons. The gang then created a nuisance near Sunny’s home. Hearing the commotion, Sunny went outside to probe what was happening. Sunny was brutally stabbed in the chest and died. He was hacked multiple times. Soon after murdering Sinha, Mohammed and his gang fled the spot.
Angry locals said this murder would not have happened had the police taken immediate action and arrested Mohammed Ladla instead of letting him off lightly. Locals said that drug dealers had police protection and were brazenly selling narcotics all over the city. VHP District President Pawan Podwar alleged that the police are engaged in extortion.
The prime accused Mohammed Ladla’s Facebook profile warns RSS, Bajrang Dal & BJP workers that he creates terror not dals (organisations), and hence is called ‘Miya’. Unless Hindus and our governments wake up fast, only time and such brutal murders will tell us how many such Miyas exist.
Hindu suffering in strategic Seemanchal region
Purnea falls in the Muslim-dominated Seemanchal region of North Eastern Bihar from where Owaisi’s AIMIM won 5 MLA seats last year. It is a strategic border region adjacent to the “Chicken’s Neck”, the 60-kilometre long and 22-kilometre wide Siliguri Corridor in West Bengal which connects Bharat’s north-eastern states with the rest of the country. This is the same corridor that Delhi-riots accused Sharjeel Imam wanted Muslims to block, to cut off the North East.
In May, a large Muslim mob attacked a Hindu Mahadalit basti (colony) in Purnia district. One man, Newalal Rai, was lynched to death. The mob molested and assaulted women with chains – not sparing even a pregnant lady and an ASHA worker who had assisted in child-birth for Muslim women. 10 women were injured and 13 houses were burnt to ashes. Even children were assaulted and a 3-year-old child went missing after the attack. Even the missionary conversion mafia is active in the district, selling dreams of immortality.
The drug menace has taken deep root in the region, with smack addiction at its peak. In just the last one week, two incidents have come to light – drug addict Pulkit Paswan committed suicide after his father refused to give him money, while addict Sanjeev Pandit murdered his own father for the same reason.
This is an extension of the Narcotic Jihad being waged in other parts of Bharat. A recent Home Ministry report said that drugs are being supplied to Seemanchal region from overseas through North East and Nepal, by controllers based in Pakistan and China. Women are being used as drug couriers.
Intelligence reports have also warned about influx of terrorist operatives from both Bangladesh & Nepal with aim of unleashing violence during the upcoming Bihar panchayat elections, due later this year. Local police are supposed to be on high alert. Yet, this is the sorry state of affairs in these border districts.
Illegal Bangladeshi immigrants have infiltrated in large numbers and some political outfits have used them as vote banks. What they have also done is provide them with voter rights and other benefits, snatching them away from native Biharis.
The situation there is desperate and Hindu girls feel unsafe even going to school. Highly radicalized youth wait to harass them. Most parents don’t educate their daughters after the 10th instead marrying them off as soon as they turn 18, preferably somewhere far off.
Unlike the rest of Bihar, big Mandirs are missing and so are bhajans. Hindus who carry their dead to the crematorium, fall silent when they pass through Muslim areas and stop chanting “Ram Naam Satya Hai”. Muslims slaughter cows in front of Hindu homes, establishments, and temples, locals allege.