Photo: An SFI supporter holding a poster against the attack on Hindus in Bangladesh.
West Bengal (West BengalThe representative organization of Muslims in Bengal Imam Association (Bengal Imam Association) Hindus in Bangladesh during Durga Puja ( Attack on Hindus in Bangladesh) and called upon everyone to stand with the minorities in India and neighboring countries. In a statement issued on Saturday, the association said that at least 32,000 events related to Durga Puja have been organized in Bangladesh and everyone should have celebrated the festival with harmony and brotherhood.
“But some vested interests spread pictures of a sporadic incident of a pandal in Comilla and sowed the seeds of communal poison to cause large-scale arson in several puja pandals,” the association’s president Mohammad Yahia said in a statement.
Conspiracy to create discrimination between two communities
“No rocket science is needed to understand the conspiracy of these forces to create discrimination between two communities and these forces are not glorifying any religion with such acts. Being a member of the minority community in India, we feel the mood of the Hindus of Bangladesh who are a minority in that country. We stand with them in this hour. ”
Appealed to refrain from rumors and fake information
He also called upon the people to be careful about spreading rumors and fake information on social media and any attempt to create disturbances. Temples and Durga Puja pandals have been vandalized in Bangladesh and at least four people have died in clashes between miscreants and law enforcement agencies. After that, paramilitary forces were deployed in the affected districts. Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina conveyed her best wishes to Hindus at an event at the Daksheshwari National Temple in Dhaka recently, saying the culprits would be found and punished. The Ministry of External Affairs said the neighboring country’s government took prompt action to ensure that the situation was brought under control and the Indian mission there was in touch with Bangladesh authorities on the matter.
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