Guwahati:The brutal murder of a Bengali Hindu woman Sanghamitra Ghosh and her parents by a Muslim Najibur Rahman proves the truth of the erstwhile home minister and the present chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma’s statement that how the social media is the cobweb where Hindu girls fell victim to ” FAKE LOVE- LOVE JIHAD .”
Slowly and gradually the entire northeast is becoming the cobweb of Love Jihad . Rape , sucide, murder, conversion to Islam, blackmail, torture drug addiction and dark future occupies the life of innocent Non-Muslim girls and women.
At a meeting of the party’s Mahila Morcha wing in Dibrugarh, Himanta Biswa Sarma on October 11,2020 had claimed social media was the “new menace” and Assamese girls were “falling prey to love jihad”.
The statement of the present chief minister of the state proves true after the triple murder of Hindu people by a Muslim youth Najibur Rahman in Golaghat district of upper Assam recently.
Najibur Rahman had met Sanghamitra an Assamese girl on Facebook in 2020 posing himself as a Hindu youth .
Recently, Njibur killed three – sanghmitra and his parents brutally with a sharp weapon fortunately the other family members were saved as they were not at home during the brutal attacks by Najibur Rahman.
Later Najibur Rahman surrendered in police station and confessed the crime.
Assam BJP will launch a massive campaign against “love jihad” cases ahead of 2021 state elections, minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, the BJP’s go-to man in the northeast had declared then . At a meeting of the party’s Mahila Morcha wing in Dibrugarh, Mr Sarma claimed social media was the “new menace” and Assamese girls were “falling prey to love jihad”.
“Social media is (the) new menace since it is helping in promoting love jihad. Through social media Assamese girls are falling prey to love jihad… this is a cultural aggression on our society and later these girls might have to face talaq …” he said.
“When the BJP comes back to power we will make sure that if any Assamese girl is harassed or becomes victim of love jihad and is trolled on social media, by people of hidden identity, we will put them in prison,” the minister had declared.
Mr Sarma had alleged that “people from the culture of Ajmal ,a noted Islamic cleric ) were behind “Love Jihad ” in Assam.
Sarma promises justice
Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Wednesday, July 26, 2023, promised a speedy trial in a triple murder case in eastern Assam’s Golaghat.
The Chief Minister visited the survivors of Sanjeev Ghosh and Junu Ghosh, who were killed along with their daughter Sanghamitra on July 24. The accused is Nazibur Rahman Bora, who married Sanghamitra in 2020 after allegedly posing as Rimon Bora and eloping to Kolkata.
Mr. Sarma met with Ankita Ghosh, Sanghamitra’s sister and said the chargesheet in the case would be filed within 15 days. “The trial will be held in a fast-track court so that delivery of justice is not delayed,” he told journalists.
The Chief Minister expressed displeasure over the local police not properly looking into allegations that she was being administered narcotic substances by the accused. “Had the police acted upon the drugs angle, things may not have escalated to this extent,” he said.
He also appealed to young women to remain rooted in their culture and family values and said the triple murder case should be seen in the larger contest of sinister designs of certain elements.
The State’s Director-General of Police, G.P. Singh said his team would ensure a fool-proof chargesheet against the perpetrator and the abettors of the crime. “Lapses in the investigation of earlier cases, including the validity of the marriage certificate adduced in the previous investigation shall also be looked at,” he said.
The accused is in the custody of the police.
Triple Murder in Golaghat was a result of ‘love jihad’
Sarma Claimed that triple murder in Golaghat was a result of Love Jihad a term often used by right-wing politicians to allege a campaign by Muslim men to convert Hindu women by seducing them.
Mr Sarma assured that a chargesheet would be filed within 15 days, with the intention of fast-tracking the trial of the accused.
“It is a total case of love jihad. The deceased family was Hindu and the accused belongs to the Muslim community. He first introduced himself with a Hindu name on Facebook… the woman learnt to use drugs when the couple had escaped to Kolkata,” Mr Sarma said during his visit to the family of the victims.
According to reports, the victims were identified as Sanjeev Ghosh, Junu Ghosh, and Sanghamitra Ghosh. Their bodies were found with multiple injuries, suggesting they were attacked with sharp weapons on Monday.
The Chief Minister said that the accused, a 25-year-old mechanical engineer identified as Najibur Rahman Bora, was a drug addict and involved in trafficking contraband substances.
“The woman was given injectable drugs, under the influence of which she was impregnated. She was tortured when she went to live at the house of the accused and returned to her maternal home later,” Mr Sarma claimed.
The Chief Minister expressed concern over cases where religious identities are hidden to influence women into marriage, leading to situations where societal acceptance becomes difficult if the woman decides to return. “In such a situation, she ultimately converts her religion, sacrifices everything and assimilates into a different life,” he said.
Following the murder of his wife and her parents, Bora surrendered to the police in the Golaghat district of Upper Assam. “A proper investigation will be conducted, and I hope that further details will be revealed after that… We will take the strictest possible action and no one will be spared,” Mr Sarma said, amid questions about the potential involvement of other family members, specifically the accused’s brother and mother.
Mr Sarma, who also heads the Home Department, described it as an “open-and-shut case,” with plans to file the chargesheet within the next 15 days. He later tweeted, reaffirming the Assam government’s commitment to making the society a zero-crime place, stating that “no criminal shall escape justice.”
The Chief Minister also revealed that he had received a letter from Ankita, the sister-in-law of the accused, about the incident but had missed it due to the volume of correspondence he receives. The letter, he said, had been sent during the lockdown period resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.
“The circumstances were different then as the lockdown was in place due to Corona. Because of this, I must have missed the letter or else I would have sent the letter to the SP,” Mr Sarma explained.
The Assam Director General of Police, Gyanendra Pratap Singh, said an investigation was underway. “We would ensure a foolproof chargesheet against the perpetrator/s and abettors. Lapses in the investigation of earlier cases, including the validity of the marriage certificate adduced in the previous investigation, shall also be looked at,” Mr Singh said .
MUSLIM BOYS ENTANGLE HINDU GIRLS TO CONVERT THEM TO ISLAM
Ali poses as Ajay , Firdasu as Shiva and so on to promote love jihad and the Hindu girls fall prey to a trap of Love Jihad on the spiderweb of social media. Love jihad is termed as Fake Love. Muslim boys are mobilized romantically entangled Hindu girls to convert them to Islam.
LOVE JIHAD : AN OPEN SECRET
It is no secret that some youths from the Muslim community are involved in the henious crime practices of LOVE JIHAD, an effort made by them only to target beautiful and rich women belonging to Non-Muslim communities for religious conversion on to Islam by Fake Love .
2009 : LOVE JIHAD CAME TO LIMELIGHT
The infamous concept of Love Jihad first came to light in India in 2009 with alleged conversions in Kerala and Karnataka. Slowly
it started to spread across all states of Bharat .
LAW AGAINST LOVE JIHAD
The government panned a bill in view of the rising incident of Love Jihad in 2020 .The unlawful conversion bill has provision that can land offenders in Jail up to five years.