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    How Syama Prasad Mookerjee Saved Bengali Hindus from Imminent Annihilation.

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    Had it not been for Syama Prasad Mookerjee, there would have been no West Bengal today. And Bengali Hindus could have faced unending persecution.

    Yet Bengal knows little about this stalwart’s exceptional contribution.

    How Syama Prasad Mookerjee Saved Bengali Hindus From Imminent Annihilation

    [COLOR=rgba(54, 54, 52, 0.6)]Founder member of Jana Sangha, Dr Syama Prasad Mookerjee’s broken and smeared statue at Keoratala Burning ghat garden in Kolkata. (Samir Jana/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)[/COLOR]


    The destruction of a bust of Syama Prasad Mookerjee on Wednesday morning (7 March) by members of an ultra-leftist outfit that advocates Balkanisation of India, triggered fierce debates in and outside television studios on attacks on statues in various parts of the country. Some of the debates centred around Mookerjee’s life and works and his accomplishments.

    Unfortunately, few of those participating in the debates are fully aware of the contribution of this stalwart in saving Bengali Hindus from either annihilation or becoming stateless. But what is more regrettable is that most Bengali Hindus themselves don’t know this because the post-independence generations have only been taught a white-washed version of history in schools and colleges.

    Had it not been for Mookerjee, there would have been no West Bengal today. He was the one who stood like a rock against the Muslim League’s demand to include the whole of Bengal (East and West) in Pakistan and also against a sinister plot hatched by the then prime minister of Bengal, Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy, for a United Bengal. Had Mookerjee not opposed the plan to include the whole of Bengal in Pakistan or defeated the game plan of Suhrawardy, also known as the ‘butcher of Bengal’ for his direct involvement in Direct Action Day, Bengali Hindus would have met the same fate as that of Kashmiri Pandits today and would have become perhaps the largest refugee population in the world.

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