Concerned about the situation in Gaza, why is Priyanka Vadra maintaining silence on the atrocities on Hindu women in Sandeshkhali?


Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra is very worried about the situation in Gaza these days. Priyanka Gandhi Vadra says what the international community allowed to happen in Gaza will go down in history not only as a great shame for all humanity, but also as a turning point for mankind. He also said that all the rules of justice, humanity and international decorum have been violated in Gaza. If seen, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra could see the atrocities happening in Gaza, thousands of kilometers away from India, but she did not see the message of West Bengal, which is 20-25 hours away from Delhi, where women were sexually abused and tortured.

Therefore, the question arises whether it is not the case that the women who were harassed in West Bengal are not being talked about because they are Hindus and the people affected by the attack in Gaza have a different religion and talking about them would lead to appeasement. Politics flourishes and one of its vote banks is happy, that is why they are being talked about? If seen, the silence on the Sandeshkhali incident of Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, who never shies away from doing politics ranging from tweeting to protesting on the streets on the developments in any BJP ruled state, itself raises many questions. By turning away from the plight of the women of Sandeshkhali, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra is only demonstrating her double attitude towards women. Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, who insisted on visiting Hathras and Unnao in Uttar Pradesh during the incidents, has neither sent a message till now nor made any post raising the voice of the victims there, nor has she supported her India alliance partner on this issue. Has not spoken to Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee nor has she given any indication that she wants to leave Sandeshkhali in the near future.

Not only this, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra’s brother Rahul Gandhi, who is currently carrying out the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra, is also not demanding justice for the women of Sandeshkhali. He was also in Bengal recently but during that time he neither went to Sandeshkhali nor raised any voice in favor of the victims there. Rahul Gandhi visited Manipur several times but did not go to Sandeshkhali even once. Therefore, the question arises that why justice is demanded for the victims only after looking at their religion? Why is justice demanded for the victims only after seeing which party’s ruled state they belong to? Priyanka Gandhi Vadra used words like justice, humanity and dignity for Gaza, but do words like justice, humanity and dignity do not matter for the victims of Sandeshkhali? Here, the situation in Gaza or Sandeshkhali is not being compared but atrocities are atrocities, it is not more or less. Here the question is also to Sonia Gandhi. She has often expressed her reaction to various problems or incidents by releasing video statements or writing letters, but why has she not said anything about Sandeshkhali till now?

However, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, who is concerned about the situation in Gaza, should take out time to listen to the plight of the victims of Sandeshkhali and after seeing the anger of the villagers there, she should also understand how many atrocities might have been committed on them. Let us tell you that protests broke out again on Friday morning in some parts of crisis-hit Sandeshkhali in North 24 Parganas district of West Bengal and angry locals attacked the properties of Trinamool Congress leaders accused of forcibly grabbing land and sexually exploiting women in the area. Set fire. The protesters, armed with sticks, set fire to thatched structures near a fishing yard in Belmajur area of ​​Sandeshkhali and vented their anger against absconding Trinamool leader Shahjahan Shaikh and his brother Siraj. It is learned that the structure that was burnt belonged to Siraj Shaikh. The protesters said the police did nothing for years. That is why we are doing everything to get back our land and respect.

-Neeraj Kumar Dubey

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