Protestors killed, Hindu temples attacked in Bangladesh after Modi’s visit

Lahore, 28th March: In the wake of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Bangladesh, large protests were carried out in the country, where people attacked Hindu temples.

According to reports of Baaghi TV, hundreds of protestors on Sunday attacked Hindu temples and a train in eastern Bangladesh during protests carried out regarding Narendra Modi’s visit in Bangladesh.

According to reports, at least 10 protestors got killed in clashes with police during the demonstrations organized by different groups in Bangladesh after the Indian PM left the country.

Reports also tell that violence raged on after the Indian left Bangladesh as anger escalated over the deaths.

On Friday, dozens of people were injured in Dhaka after police fired tear gas and rubber bullets at the protestors.

On Sunday, activists of the Hifazat-e-Islam group attacked a train in the eastern district of Brahmanbaria, resulting in ten people getting injured.

A police official told Reuters, “They attacked the train and damaged its engine room and almost all the coaches.”

A journalist told Reuters over phone, “Brahmanbaria is burning. Various government offices were set on fire indiscriminately. Even the press club was attacked and many injured, including the press club president. We are in extreme fear and feeling really helpless.”

According to earlier reports of Baaghi TV, Narendra Modi arrived on a 2-day visit to Dhaka, Bangladesh capital, to celebrate the 50th independent anniversary of the nation, after which the protestors took to streets in Chittagong against his visit, resulting in clashes with the police.

Modi left Bangladesh on Saturday after gifting 1.2 million coronavirus vaccine shots to the Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.

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Dr Firdous Ashiq does not practice what she preaches!


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