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BNP leaders warns Sheikh Hasina about persecution of minorities

Eastern Times, Correspondent, Dhaka, 8 November: Bangladesh has been in a frenzy for the past three days in protest of attacks and arson in Hindu homes over the insult to the Prophet Mohammad in France. Various Hindu organizations have been blown away by this heinous incident.

The Hindu-Buddhist-Christian Student-Youth Front also organized a human chain and protest rally on Sunday.

Advocate Nitai Roy Chowdhury, advisor of Hindu-Buddhist-Christian Welfare Front and vice chairman of BNP, warned the Sheikh Hasina government from the rally.

“I just want to say that the results will not be good,” he said. Sheikh Hasina has to pay the ultimate price. Your police, your administration and your judicial system cannot protect you. ‘

At the anti-Hindu persecution rally, former minister Nitai Roy added, “The way the persecution of minorities has started in this country, which has intensified since 1972, the minorities are now protesting in various places.”

BNP joint secretary general Syed Moazzem Hossain Alal said, “Those who are less in number in terms of religion are being tortured all over the country. There is no security.” Besides, the government is indifferent towards the majority of them in terms of religion. There is no security in the life of anyone except the brokers of Awami League. ‘

Nipun Roy Chowdhury, a member of the BNP’s executive committee, said, “In the last six months, 27 idols have been smashed, temples have been attacked in different places and houses of the Hindu community have been attacked and set on fire.” Our mothers and sisters are constantly being raped, they have no security. In order to overcome this situation, the current government must be removed, the government of the people must be established. ‘

Former state minister and convener of Hindu-Buddhist Christian Welfare Front Gautam Chakraborty, BNP leader Amalendu Das Apu, Joydev Joy, Sushil Barua, Akash Ghosh, Sanjay Gupta and others also spoke at the rally.

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