Thanks to Jihadi Mamata, a Pakistani Citizen Now Sits in Rajya Sabha

A Pakistani citizen is now a TMC member in the Rajya Sabha, courtesy West Bengal Chief Minister and TMC chief Mamata Banerjee. Ahmed Hassan, aka Imran, is in fact a Pakistani citizen, since he entered India from East Pakistan in 1970-71, before the birth of Bangladesh.

In his affidavit before the Election Commission, he stated he passed Higher Secondary examinations in 1972 and is of 60 years old. However, he did not mention his citizenship, place and date of birth. Hassan, according to the intelligence agencies in both India and Bangladesh, was born in a village in Srihatta, Sylhet, in East Pakistan, and entered the country through its border with Assam, much before the birth of Bangladesh.

Hassan first stayed in Dhubri in Assam, which has a strong Muslim population, but later shifted to Banarhat in Jalpaiguri district in North Bengal. His father, a “Razakar”, was responsible for killing a large number of Bengali intellectuals, while aiding the Pakistan Army during the Liberation War, intelligence reports mention.

A Special Branch report of Assam Police states, “Hassan infiltrated Assam long before the birth of Bangladesh and as such, is an East Pakistani. His father too infiltrated, but took up a job in a tea garden in West Bengal, where he was killed by freedom fighters from Bangladesh who came across the border. His visits to Assam from West Bengal were monitored and he was found to be closely linked with several organisations close to the Pakistan’s ISI.”

“He had visited the camps that were being run at Moulavi Bazar in Sylhet, in the 80s, by an ISI Major. He maintained a façade while in Assam, saying he was a Leftist, since he was settled in CPM-ruled West Bengal. But, his agenda in Assam was clear cut and to some extent, he did succeed in consolidating anti-India forces here,” it stated.

On April 24,1977, a huge conference was held at Aligarh Muslim University, where the Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) was born and Hassan was elected as its West Bengal president. Hassan himself admitted, “I was a member of SIMI from 1977 – 1984.”

Even after the organisation was banned by the Centre, he remained the face of the organisation, according to a report with the Ministry of Home Affairs.

Ahmed Hassan alias Imran is a Pakistani National and a self-confessed SIMI co-founder (a banned extremist organisation based in India) . He is better known for multi-Billion dollar Saradha Group financial scam. In September 2014, Anandabazar Patrika, a reputed Bengali newspaper, published a series of investigative pieces, citing several domestic and foreign intelligence reports, which explored that Saradha Group helped or interalia utilized Ahmed Hassan to promote the activities of Jamaat-e-Islami-Bangladesh, a banned Bangladeshi extremist organisation, by huge money laundering out of India. Then Jamat flared up a hard agitation against Bangladesh Govt to remove Awami League from power. In this nexus, Islamic extremists from Bangladesh used to came to West Bengal in different phases to exploit the soil of West Bengal as a factory of Jihad in the contour of Mamata Banerjee’s call for Change (Parivartan). Ahmed Hassan took the advantage of Mamata Banerjee’s policy on Muslim appeasement and inner corruption of TMC and Mamata Banerjee linked with Saradha Chit Fund groups.

Ahmed Hassan Imran is also a fundamental journalist who published the ‘Kalam Weekly’ at first and ‘Daily Kalam’ afterwards to promote Islamic resurgences in West Bengal for the purpose of the materialization of Pan Islamism in Bengali world. elected MP of Rajya Sabha from West Bengal, India He had sworn into the parliament on 9 June 2014. Imran helped TMC by propagating Islamic face of TMC in Daily Kalam in many ways and ensured the flow of fund for TMC in 2014 election purpose from the Saradha-Jamaat Fund from the end of Bangladesh very efficiently. Mamata Banerjee awarded a Rajya Sabha seat for his Jihadi friend Imran out of gratitude and Islamic understanding.

Early life of Imran Ahamed: The Rajyasabha website does not mention Imran’s date or place of birth. According to Imran himself, he was born in the Mal police station area of Jalpaiguri district in West Bengal. He claims to be 100% Indian. However according to a report of the Indian High Commissioner in Dhaka sent to the Ministry of External Affairs, he was presumably born in East Pakistan. He infiltrated into Indian territory in 1970 or 1971 from Sylhet in present day Bangladesh. Initially he stayed in Dhubri district in Assam. Later he shifted to Dhupguri in Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal.

Career: According to the report of the Ministry of External Affairs, in 1975-76 Imran founded West Bengal Muslim Students Association. The organization rapidly spread through the state. On 24 April 1977, Imran co-founded the Students Islamic Movement of India in Aligarh Muslim University in Uttar Pradesh. Imran became the president of the West Bengal unit of the organization and held the position till 1980. Even after relinquishing the position, Imran remained the primary organizer and spokesperson of the organization till it was banned in 2001. He setup the office of SIMI in a two room apartment in 19, Dargah Road in the Park Circus area of Kolkata. In 1981, he started publishing Kalom as the monthly Bengali mouthpiece of SIMI. Kalom continued to be published as a monthly till 1994. During his period SIMI spread throughout the length and breadth of West Bengal.

According to the report, as a result of SIMI’s growth in West Bengal, Imran became popular in the Islamist circles. He was appointed as the board member of the Jeddah based Islamic Development Bank to oversee the affairs of the eastern zone. Mamul al Azam, who is the Managing Director of Islamic Development Bank, is the son of Ghulam Azam, a convicted war criminal of Bangladesh and retired leader ofJamaat-e-Islami. According to Indian intelligence reports, Imran is very close to Mamul ul Azam. Soon after his appointment as the board member of the IDB, Imran converted Kalom into a weekly. In 1998, he converted Kalom into a daily. At this time he shifted the office of SIMI and Kalom from Park Circus to 45, Eliot Road. The erstwhile office at 19, Dargah Road became a hideout of the SIMI cadres. Apart from being the editor of Kalom, Imran also acted as the India correspondent of a Jamaat-e-Islami controlled Bengali daily named Naya Diganta published from Bangladesh. His articles were published regularly in Naya Diganta. He also acted as the news gatherer for Bengali division of Radio Tehran. In 2011, he sold Kalom to Sudipta Sen, the CEO of Saradha Group.

Allegations of anti-national activities: Links with Jamaat-e-Islami: During the 2014 general elections, Gautam Deb, the former Housing Minister of West Bengal, quoting from a secret report, alleged that Imran was a front man of the Jamaat-e-Islami-Bangladesh. Deb further alleged that Imran maintained close association with many top ranking Jamaat-e-Islami leaders. Imran denied all the allegations and contemplated legal action against Deb. According to a Ministry of External Affairs report, Imran had direct connection with Jamaat-e-Islami leaders like Ghulam Azam, Motiur Rahman Nizami, Delwar Hossain Sayedee, Ali Ahsan Mohammad Mojaheed, Mir Quasem Ali and Abdul Quader Mollah. Many of these leaders are either accused or convicted of genocide of the Bengali Hindus during the Bangladesh Liberation War. According to an Indian intelligence report, Imran and one Maulana Asif Khan had channeled huge amounts of money to Jamaat-e-Islami and BNP in 2014.

According to Bangladesh based human rights activist Shahriyar Kabir, Imran has close connections with Jamaat-e-Islami. Imran has denied any connection with the Jamaat-e-Islami and maintains that he left SIMI in 1984.

Secret reports suggest that Imran Ahamed has a close connection with Baduruddin Azmal of AIUDF, Azam Khan of SP and Owaisi Brothers of AIMIM. These leaders are notorious for their fundamental and subversive politics.

Anti Taslima Kolkata riots 2007: According to Indian Intelligence Bureau reports, Imran along with Idris Ali and Nurar Rehman Barkati of Tipu Sultn Mosque played a major role in the violent riots in Kolkata on 21 November 2007. People under the banner of All India Minority Forum blockaded major part of the central Kolkata and resorted to arson and violence in their plea to evict exiled Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasrin from West Bengal.

Canning riots 2013: According to report of the South 24 Parganas district Intelligence Bureau send to the West Bengal Home Department, Ahmed Hassan Imran was directly involved in the Canning riots in 2013. The report stated that on 21 February 2013, Imran sent large numbers of Muslim youths armed with bombs and other arms from Park Circus to Naliakhali. He also sent armed youths from Muslim dominated Rajabazar and Metiabruz of Kolkata and Magrahat and Basanti of South 24 Parganas district to Naliakhali. The armed youths looted and set fire to around 300 houses in the mayhem place of Naliakhani under Canning Police Station. Muslim hooligans also molested Hindu girls and women and rushed a reputed athlete for satiating their Islamic appetite. In the evening he convened a meeting with several Muslim leaders in a five star hotel in Kolkata, where he shared how he had organized the violence and how he would control the area in future.

Investigations: In Bangladesh: According to Indian Home Ministry report, the Bangladesh government has blocked the visa of Ahmed Hassan. The Bangladesh government has formed a committee to investigate the channeling of Saradha’s funds to Jamaat-e-Islami. It has started preparing a report on the Jamaat-e-Islami has utilized the funds from Saradha in the 2014 Bangladesh general elections and the relation between Jamaat-e-Islami and Ahmed Hassan Imran. In a seminar arranged by the Bangladesh government in Dhaka, the Liberation War Minister called for a join task force between India, Bangladesh and Myanmar to stop the terrorist activity of Jamaat-e-Islami.

in the meanwhile a high level Delegation of Banglaadesh Govt. met their Indian counterpart to exchange their views for the arisen situation out of the exposure of terror link of Ahamed Hasan Imran with JMB, Hijbut Tharir and other fanatic faction of Bangladesh.

In India: The Indian Home Ministry has directed the National Investigation Agency to work closely with the Bangladeshi counterpart to probe the link between Jamaat-e-Islami and Ahmed Hassan Imran. The National Investigation Agency has also started investigation on the connections between Jamaat-e-Islami Hind and Jamaat-e-Islami Bangladesh.

Caution: Secret sources suggest that Ahamed Hasan Imran may flee from this country via Nepal-Myanmar-Pakistan route to join IS (ISIS-ISIL ) to perpetuate the un-attained goal of Islamization through Tehreek-e-Bangal. Al Qaeda and ISIS are generating their Indian module to spread their Jihadi activities in south east Asia and trans south east Asian mking its base in Indian sub-continent.

Via: IE

By: TIV Staff on Saturday, January 7th, 2017

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