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WHSC kingpin Shipan Kumer Basu is Bangladeshi citizen

Kingpin of a scandalous organization named ‘World Hindu Struggle Committee’ (WHSC), Shipan Kumer Basu, who caught media’s attention recently for his direct involvement in SSC scam in West Bengal, India although has been claiming to be an Indian national is actually a Bangladeshi citizen. Investigative reporters of Blitz have already collected detail information of his family’s background in Bangladesh.

According to our reporters, Shipan Kumer Basu, who is known to locals in Bangladesh as ‘Gyan’ hails from Shahoshpur village under Gojaria union parishad in Kochua Police Station under Bagerhat district. His father’s name is Kalipodo Basu and mother’s name is Bivarani Basu aka Khukumoni Basu.

Shipan’s mother Bivarani Basu aka Khukumoni Basu was a Union Parishad member from 2007 to 2012. His father, Kalipodo Basu was the Ward President of Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) until 2005.

During his early life, Shipan Kumer Basu was an active member of ‘Purbo Bangla Communist Party’, an extremist Marxist-Naxalite group in Bangladesh. During those years, Shipan Kumer Basu has taken part in numerous forms of criminal activities including robbery, rape, extortion and murder.

According to locals, Shipan Kumer Basu has collected millions of takas from various individuals in Bagerhat district and districts adjacent to Bangladesh-India borders with the promise of giving them jobs in Indian schools and other organizations. At that time Shipan Kumer Basu told locals that West Bengal’s state minister Partha Chatterjee is his “friend-like ender brother” while Partha’s nephew Prasanna Kumar Roy is his “buddy”.

Seeking anonymity a former friend of Shipan Kumer Basu in his village told this correspondent that since 2018, Basu has been running “hundi” (hawala) transactions between Bangladesh and India, while he also was luring local young girls with hope of “high-paying jobs” in Kolkata and Mumbai, and had succeeded in taking some girls to India. The source further said, few of those girls on their return from India had complained that Shipan Kumer Basu was supplying them to wealthy clients for sexual company, while he also had sold some of them to transnational sex rackets.

The source further said, for the last 3-4 years Shipan Kumer Basu had emerged into a wealthy person and he was planning to establish a textile factory, a dairy and poultry farm in his village and had engaged some land brokers for selecting suitable lands for these projects.

Meanwhile, following publication of a number of investigate reports in Blitz as well as Kolkata’s popular TV9 channel, Shipan Kumer Basu has locked his Facebook IDs and the website of Hindu Struggle Committee is now showing “We are under reconstruction” sign.

It may be mentioned here that on June 23, 2020, Shipan Kumer basu, kingpin of a scandalous organization named World Hindu Struggle Committee (WHSC) made a false claim stating he was “in prison for raising the voice for Hindu rights”. According to a report published in the Newse website, WHSC said: “Our President, Mr. Shipan Kumar Basu had been in Prison for raising the voice for Hindu rights and our struggle continued. Our war against Jihadi Muslims is non-compromising and has saved hundreds of innocent lives”.

According to our investigation, it was proved, Shipan Kumer Basu has never been imprisoned in Bangladesh, as he fled the country in 2016 when sedition charges were brought against him along with Mendi N Safadi and BNP leader Aslam Chowdhury. There is no reason for Shipan Kumer Basu of being imprisoned in India for “raising the voice for Hindu rights”. This specific claim also clearly proves, Shipan Kumer Basu is a Bangladeshi citizen.

In the same statement, WHSC claimed to be affiliated with “nineteen different organizations in the world”, which is totally false.

WHSC in the same statement has published a list of individuals involved with this scandalous entity. They are:

Mendi Safadi, Chief Patron & Advisor International Affairs

Major General Gagan Deep Bakshi, Patron

Sadguru Brahmeshanand Aacharya, Patron

  1. H. Dileepkumar Thankappan, Patron

Amitava Mookerjee, Chief Advisor

Moshe Shoshani, Chief Security Advisor

Ruby Sain, Chief Advisor Sociological Studies

Rachel Golda Avraham, Chief Advisor Media Cell

Jiban Maharaj, Chief Religious Advisor

Prasanna Kumar Roy, Chief Financial Advisor

Frank Creyelman, Advisor International Affairs

Dragana Trifkovic, Advisor International Affairs

Dr. Sudarshan Naidu, Advisor Sociological Studies

Adv. Brahmidevi Swamiji, Advisor Legal Counsel & Education

Alexander Shapiro Suliman, Political Advisor

Irina Tsukerman, Political Advisor

Jorg Sobolewski, Political Advisor

Paul Taylor, Political Advisor

David Ha’ivri, Political Advisor

Agastya Giri Maharaj, Religious Advisor

Mahant Kameshswar Dass, Religious Advisor

Udayananda Bramachri, Religious Advisor

Swami Anaghananda Puri, Religious Advisor

Surapati Das, Religious Advisor

Alexandre Amritananda Dasa, Religious Advisor

Riad Hassoun, Advisor Social Welfare

Ishkhan Rasoev, Advisor International Affairs

Atlanta Kaashhyap, Cultural Advisor

Portonov Pavel, Cultural Advisor

Salih Salih, Cultural Advisor

Noam Slonim, Advisor Human Resource Development

Prof. Rajesh Sharma, Advisor Human Resource Development

Norman Simon, Advisor Human Rights

Dr. L Stadler, Advisor Science & Technology Development

Jamila Abdullayeva, Advisor Public Relations & Youth Solidarity

Aslam Chowdhury, Advisor Human Rights [leader of Bangladesh Nationalist Party]

Bedri Yelsin, Advisor Human Rights

Manel Msalmi, Advisor International Affairs

Noor Dahri, Advisor International Affairs

M A Monayem, Advisor International Affairs

Ariela Levavi, Advisor Human Resource Development

Swami Trigunatitananda Puri, Religious Advisor

Mohamad Najdat, Advisor Political Affairs

Zipi Lior Inbal, Advisor Human Rights

Padmavati Sushant Shelatkar, Legal Councel

Mahammad Abu Hanif, Legal Counsel

Suman Thakur, Vice President.

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