Bangladesh is an emerging country in terms of economy, which is giving competition to the neighboring countries. Bangladesh is a more prosperous country than Nepal, Pakistan and Bhutan. However, communal riots in the country have increased significantly in the last years. Which is becoming a threat to the unity and integrity of the country. Now social media users say that attacks on minorities have become common in Bangladesh. At the same time, Bangladesh government has been continuously criticized for attacks on minorities. After attacks on Hindus in Durga Puja pandal, once again the Bangladesh media is constantly questioning the Sheikh Hasina government.
The media targeted the government
The media of Bangladesh is constantly taking a dig at the government. The media is asking the question that how long will there be atrocities on Hindus in the country. It has been written in an article published in the newspaper that we call Bangladesh a country of harmony, but we almost forget the responsibility of the majority community to maintain that harmony, but this community is called Hindu community at different places in Bangladesh. You will have to demonstrate and speak against the attack happening with you. The article also mentions the 2001 elections. In 2001 also, there was violence during the elections. During that time also the houses of Hindus were burnt. The houses of several minorities in Dhanka were burnt to ashes. There is also a mention of an old lady in the article who wept in front of the media and said that please remove my name from the voting list. Our name was in the voter list so we had come to vote and because of this our houses were attacked and our temples were attacked.
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Bangladesh Home Minister targeted
The Bangladesh Home Minister has said the attack on Durga Puja pavilions was “pre-planned” and aimed at destroying communal harmony in the country. His statement came after Bangladesh Police registered a case against over 4,000 people in connection with the violence in the country over the past few days. Bangladesh’s Home Affairs Minister Asaduzzaman Khan said on Sunday that it appears to us to be an act instigated by a vested group.
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