After incidents of increasing violence against Hindus in Bangladesh, now Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Jagannath Sarkar on Tuesday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to implement the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) in the country. Through a letter to PM Modi, he described the atrocities on Hindus as wrong and sad. It is known to all that violence against minority communities and Hindus has increased in Bangladesh in the past years. Recently, during Durga Puja, some anti-social elements vandalized Durga Maa’s pandals. Apart from this, there were also reports of assault from many parts of the country.
CAA should be implemented – Government
In his letter to the Prime Minister, the BJP MP wrote – Hindu brothers and sisters in Bangladesh are in trouble. They have been subjected to severe persecution by jihadi forces. The biggest festival of Sanatan Dharma has been persecuted. You are the protector of all Hindu societies around the world. I request you to protect Hindus in Bangladesh in this difficult time. I request you to implement CAA in India soon to protect Hindus across the world. Entire Sanatan Samaj is asking for your help. If the right and strong steps are not taken now, then the morale of the Jihadi forces in West Bengal will increase. They can launch attacks there as well. He said the CAA allows persecuted minorities from the Hindu, Sikh, Jain, Buddhist, Parsi and Christian communities from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan to obtain Indian citizenship. It should be implemented as soon as possible.
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Violence took place in Bangladesh on 13 October
Significantly, on October 13, communal violence took place in many places in Bangladesh. In which pictures from breaking Durga pandals to setting fire were revealed. Several places of worship were vandalized in Chandpur, Chittagong, Ghazipur, Bandarban, Chapainwabganj and Maulvibazar. Many people were injured in the clashes. The Chief Minister of Bangladesh had also assured strict action, although till now no coercive step has been taken by the government.
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