Are Urban Naxals Behind “Bandra Gathering” Conspiracy?
Though several media are crying loud over the sudden gathering of migrant workers at Mumbai’s Bandra railway station, most of them are missing on the timing of the incident, which could help join the dots of a political conspiracy to embarrass Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s quest to fight the Chinese virus.
The Bandra gathering had taken place on a day, when urban naxals Gautam Navlakha and Anand Teltumbde, had surrendered before the National Investigative Agency for their alleged involvement in Bhima-Koregaon riots of 2018.
This issue has been a bone of contention between coalition partners Shiva Sena and Congress. NCP Chief Sharad Pawar had expressed his unhappiness over Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray’s decision to hand over Bhima-Koregaon riots case to NIA.
There is this theory making rounds that the gathering was orchestrated by NCP workers to embarrass Modi’s government, which is waging a war to arrest the spread of Chinese virus in India.
It is very hard to completely reject this theory in the wake of Home Minister Anil Deshmukh and Aditya Thackeray’s statements, pinning entire blame on central government for extending the lockdown period.
This, however, is a very weak attack on the Centre, considering Uddhav Thackeray’s plans to extend the lockdown, which he made it public on April 11. If the people were really angry over the extension, they would have expressed their anger five days ago, prior to Modi’s speech yesterday.
Other Questions On Gathering
Many other questions also are being raised over the Bandra gathering conspiracy.
Many people, on various social platforms, are asking how could hundreds of laborers assemble at Bandra railway station – whether any transportation facility was provided to them. If so, who were behind it.
They are also not buying Deshmukh’s statement of blaming the Indian Railways for opening ticket counters for the laborers to book trains. They are questioning – how is it that people only gathered at Bandra raliway station, whereas all stations should have been crowded, if the Raliways had announced ticket bookings.
Instead, people are blaming Deshmukh for his failure to avoid this incident from happening, when section 144 was imposed in Maharashtra.
Moreover, the inter-state trains are operated from either Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus or Mumbai Central. No inter-state trains are operated from Bandra railway station. Moreover, the assembled people were not carrying any luggage. Therefore, it is very hard to believe that the gathering had any plans of traveling.
Pattern Of Unrest Creating
Reports of huge crowds of migrant laborers taking to streets in Gujarat’s Surat and West Bengal’s Murshidabad also are pouring in, indicating a set pattern to create anarchy in the country, which is well-explained in a report published by the Organiser.
The report exposes a foreign-funded NGO, Jan Sahas, which is publishing reports on the grim situation of migrant workers, even though it does not have any previous track record of research.
Their reports are blindly lapped up by mainstream media without verifying the facts. In a recent report, the NGO had claimed that as much as 42 per cent laborers did not have a day’s worth of rations left and 90 per cent had lost their only source of income over the past three weeks, due to the lockdown.
However, the Organiser has dismissed these findings and suggestions, as a mass of contradictions, which can be browsed here.
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