Infiltration: A threat to national security
21 September, 2010 Published in Feature Section
Illegal migration from
Bangladesh is a part of ISI's proxy war against India. It's posing
threat to national security. Fundamental forces based in Bangladesh have
designed a plan to cut a part of Indian union and form a greater
IN 2005, the parliamentarians from different
commonwealth nations assembled in London to participate in a meeting of
Commonwealth Parliamentary Forum. One Member of Parliament (MP) from
Bangladesh got introduced with a member of the Indian delegation team.
During an informal chat between the two, the Bangladeshi parliamentarian
admitted that fundamental forces based in his country have the design
to cut a part of Indian union and form a greater ’Islamic Bangladesh’.
The plan includes taking over of the north eastern region and West
Bengal of India. The Indian MP was Kiren Rijiju, elected from Arunachal
Pradesh. He disclosed this when addressing the gathering at a seminar
held in Kolkata recently. Without naming the Bangladeshi leader, he said
that the matter is of great concern because unabated influx from the
neighboring country has been posing a threat to the safety and
sovereignty of our country.
Some may take it lightly, because the
issue has been raised by the leader of a party of their dislike. But no
one can deny the fact that the illegal migration from Bangladesh to
India has caused havoc in the life of indigenous people. It has almost
killed rural traditional economy in some places and compelled the locals
to live with adversities. The main danger of infiltration lies in
national security. According to the data available, more than 55 lakhs
of Bangladeshi infiltrators reside in Assam only. In West Bengal, the
number is around 80 lakhs. Tripura has four lakhs Bangladeshis staying
Poor economic condition is often held
responsible for the illegal emigration of people from one place to
another by a section of media and intellectuals. It may be true in some
parts of the world, but does not hold true for north eastern India.
Here, executing silent demographic change is an inseparable part of a
proxy war launched by Pakistan against India. Illegal immigrants from
Bangladesh are being used as tools for causing harm to the Indian
society and the government, aiming ultimate consequence of soundless
aggression. A collaboration of Inter-Service Intelligence (ISI) and
hardcore Islamic fundamentalist organizations of Bangladesh has made
Bangladesh a production centre of jehadis for running anti-India
activities. They produce, train and export them to different
destinations in guise of poor villagers in search of food and work.
Security personnel often get confused and can’t even imagine that these
simple looking people could be a part of ISI’s terrible game plan and
may generate destruction in any part on the soil of our nation.