Tripura became Corridor for terrorists ?


One of the important ministers in Manik Sarkar cabinet Md. Shahid Chowdhury was forced by huge public agitation to resign from the ministry on allegation of harboring a HuJI(Bangladesh based banned terrorist outfit)activist and ISI agent Mamun Mia. Kolkata police arrested Mamun Mia from a rented house at Ramnagar in 2008. He had free access in the official residence of the minister and accordingly the minister is also suspected to have links with the destructive forces. Manik Sarkar re-inducted him in the cabinet after a simple police investigation. On several other occasions, police arrested suspected elements from different locations in the state with incriminating documents but could not initiate stringent action because of tremendous political pressure from the ruling communist leaders. Data-sheet of a few arrests of the suspected members of terror-network : March 22, 2016, SB of State Police arrested a suspected ISI agent from Agartala Airport. Farooq Ahmed(26) was sheltered at the house of Assembly employee Bhakta Zaman. He was to obtain boarding pass to Calcutta for an onward journey to Dubai. Originally hailed from Moulavibazar, Bangladesh, Farooq was having documents that indicate his connections with ISI and JMB. October 29, 2010, BSF caught Abu Bakkar Siddiqui while crossing the border at Sabroom in South Tripura. DIG(Police) Nepal Das told that he is proved to be an ISI agent. Munir Khan alias Omar Asraf was arrested in Agartala on June 4, 2006. Asraf received training from ISI at Multan and Bhawalpur cities in Pakistan, is also suspected to have links with Dawood Ibrahim gang. He was also assigned the task of networking among supporters and activists of Muslim fundamentalists in the north eastern region, said an IB official. 22 March 2011, arrested Naman Din Syed from a hotel in Agartala. Police said, he entered into India without Visa and having 1,66,000 BD currency, a laptop and passport. DIG Nepal Das said, Syed was a software engineer studied in Australia adding that ISI agents were using Agartala as a corridor to enter into other parts of the country. On 31st March 2013, BSF arrested from Bishalgarh an ISI agent Rasel Mia(30. The incriminating document seized from his custody primarily establishes his connection with ISI. Zamil Khan(60) and Ismail Khan(22), arrested from Badharghat Railway Station, were suspected of having connections with ISIS. Police suspected ISIS brought Zamil of Maharastra and Ismail of Bangladesh together in Agartala to collect information about important installations. Border Security Force arrested 12 youths from Jatrapur area under Sonamura sub division of Tripura on July 20, 2016. After interrogation and recovering a bunch of incriminating documents, police suspected that the youths were sent by ISIS. Communist govt., communal motive Principal communist of the country CPIM led govt. in Tripura has been misusing its education system for gaining political mileage and targeting opposition parties. A study revealed that the source of the issue is not the mind of the teacher who prepared the question or the head master who approved it. The problem lies with the curriculum of the education department. The book it approved and provided to schools for teaching students. The Bangla medium book says in chapter titled “India’s Party System” : “One of the important characteristics of India’s party system is the existence of communal parties. Those are called communal parties who have been formed based on religion or using religion in order to achieve political benefits. Muslim League, Hindu Mahasabha, Shiv Sena are among such parties besides Bharatiya Janata Party. Party like BJP, though not based on religion, succeeded in raising to power using communalization of politics.” The book also says, “In a secular country like India, the existence and gradual expansion of influence has become a matter of serious concern.” The writer of the book is Nimai Pramanik and Kolkata based publication house Chhaya Prakashani published it as Tripura Edition. The book is widely used in govt. schools in the state under Left regime.

The poorest CM with highest expenditure?

CPIM, born in 1964, is widely known as a moderate, scientific, progressive and disciplined political party based on ideology. Many paid flattering elements often propagate Manik Sarkar as the poorest Chief Minister of the country. By showing data regarding balances of his bank accounts, they try to establish that he does not do anything for him and lives a very simple life. The funny logic is, Mr Sarkar mentioned in his affidavit submitted to the Election Commission of India with nomination papers for candidature from Dhanpur assembly constituency in 2013, that his SBI savings account(A/C 01190058811) was having a deposit of Rs 9,720.38 only. To give a leisure’s joy, they also claim that the great CM is such a poor that he does not even own an e-mail account ! To help you make your own logical view, let me figure that of his election expenditure in the same election. You will be astonished to know that Mr. Manik Sarkar was among the top 5 MLAs with highest election expenses in Tripura Assembly Elections 2013(Rs.7,18,625) when his bank account showed a deposit of Rs.9720.38 only. It is also notable that all of the top 5 MLAs with highest declared election expenses in 2013 belong to CPIM. They are Mr Bhanulal Saha(Minister), Jitendra Chowdhury(Ex-minister & present MP), Narayan Chowdhury, Manik Sarkar(CM) and Shahid Chowdhury(Minister).