Bangladesh: At the end of India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Bangladesh, fundamentalist Islamic groups have attacked Hindu temples there. Along with this, a train has also been targeted in the eastern part of the country on Sunday (PM Modi Bangladesh Visit). Police and local journalists have given information about this matter. Protests are taking place in many parts of Bangladesh against PM Modi’s visit; in many places, the protesters have become very violent, who are being forced to take police action to control them.
So far, at least ten protesters have died in the police clash. These protests are being organized by radical Islamic groups. PM Modi reached the capital Dhaka on the occasion of Bangladesh’s 50th Independence Day on Friday. He has returned to India on Saturday after completing this two-day tour (Bangladesh visit of PM Modi). During this time, he has also gifted 1.2 million Kovid-19 vaccine doses to PM Sheikh Hasina from India. These fundamentalist groups accuse PM Modi that there is discrimination against Muslims in India.
On Friday, police in Dhaka fired tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse the crowd, injuring dozens of people. Thousands of Islamist activists marched on the streets of Chittagong and Dhaka on Saturday as well. On Sunday, activists of the Hifazat-e-Islam group attacked a train in Brahmanbaria. Due to which ten people were injured (Bangladesh Protests). A police officer, on the condition of anonymity, said, “They attacked the train and damaged the entire engine room and almost all the coaches.”
Fire in government offices
In the Hindustan Times report, Brahminbaria journalist Javed Rahim was quoted as saying, ‘Brahmanbaria is burning. Indiscriminate fire has been set on fire in many government offices (Bangladesh Violence). Even the Press Club has been attacked and many people were injured, including the President of the Press Club. We are very scared and feel very compelled. ”Police said that many Hindu temples in the city have also been attacked.
Buses set ablaze
These people have burnt two buses in Rajshahi city. Apart from this, hundreds of protesters clashed with police in Narayanganj (Attack on Hindu Temples in Bangladesh). These people have attacked the police with stones. The protesters are using wooden poles and closing the roads for skirmishes with the police. On the other hand, Hijjat-e-Islam secretary Ajijul Haki has said in a rally in Chittagong, ‘Police is firing bullets on peaceful protesters. We will not let the blood of our brothers go waste. ‘