Bangladesh PM informs home minister: Start action against those who prompted violence utilizing religion
prompted violence using religious beliefs Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday advised her home minister to initiate instant action versus those who prompted violence using faith as she asked individuals not to trust anything on social networks without fact-checking.
Attacks on Hindu temples have actually magnified in Bangladesh given that last Wednesday after an alleged blasphemous post appeared on social media during the Durga Puja celebrations. On late Sunday night, a mob damaged 66 houses and set on fire at least 20 houses of Hindus in Bangladesh.
During the weekly Cabinet conference on Tuesday, Prime Minister Hasina instructed House Minister Asaduzzaman Khan to start instant action against those who incited violence utilizing religion, Cabinet Secretary Khandker Anwarul Islam was estimated as stating by the Dhaka Tribune paper.
Prime Minister Hasina, who joined the conference through video conferencing from her official house, likewise prompted the individuals of the nation not to trust anything on social networks without fact-checking, he added.
She has advised the home ministry to stay alert and take actions to avoid such incidents from repeating, Islam said.
Local media reported that six Hindus were eliminated in different attacks, but the figures could not confirmed independently.
“The Comilla incident is being investigated. What really occurred can be understood quickly,” he stated, adding that the house ministry is working to bring the wrongdoers to justice.
Hasina has announced to offer all possible assistance to the afflicted households.
On the other hand, the judgment Awami League celebration is holding ‘consistency rallies’ and getting peace processions across the country on Tuesday versus the current common violence.
“Do not fear, Hindu bros and siblings. Sheikh Hasina and the Awami League are with you. Sheikh Hasina’s federal government is a minority-friendly federal government,” Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader said at a rally in front of the celebration’s main workplace on Bangabandhu Avenue.
He asked his celebration members to build resistance versus common forces, The Daily Star newspaper reported.
He stated that the ruling party will stay on the streets till the common forces are dealt with.
Party’s leaders and employees all over the nation are ready to give an appropriate reply to these forces, he was priced estimate as stating by the paper.
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