Union leader Indresh Kumar strongly condemned that due to the connivance of the Bangladesh government, attacks are being carried out continuously targeting the Hindu community, including vandalism and arson in houses.
New Delhi: The RSS has strongly condemned the attack on the temple in Bangladesh and demanded strict action. Condemning the incident, senior Sangh leader and chief patron of Muslim Rashtriya Manch Indresh Kumar has said that the Sheikh Hasina Government of Bangladesh should take strict action against the culprits with immediate effect. He said in harsh words that Hasina's government should stop attacking minorities in their country. The Sangh leader alleged that during Hindu festivals in Bangladesh, houses of worship and minorities are attacked as part of pre-planned conspiracies, which should be strongly condemned across the world.
The Sangh leader has sought the intervention of the Indian government in this matter and appealed to Congress and all other opposition parties, he said that everyone should rise above the politics of religion and caste and condemn the attacks on Hindus in Bangladesh and Pakistan. Needed. Also said that the neighbouring countries should be involved with the Indian government is putting pressure on them to completely curb such atrocities. During this, Indresh Kumar also called upon the Muslim society to condemn the attack.
Indresh Kumar blames Sheikh Hasina government
The Sangh leader said that even during Navratra and Durga Puja, the work of demolition and burning of places of worship of Hindus was done on a large scale. Also, the houses and businesses of many Hindus were damaged. The union leader has blamed the Sheikh Hasina government for all these acts. The Sangh leader said that the way minorities are attacked in Muslim countries like Pakistan and Bangladesh, it is worrying and condemnable. He said that at the time of Bangladesh's independence in 1971, the number of Hindus was about 29 per cent, which has now reduced to only 9 per cent.
Hindus were forced to leave the country due to continuous attacks
20 per cent of Bangladesh's Hindus have been forced to leave the country due to continuous attacks and this is the reason why the Indian government needed to bring CAA and NRC. The Muslim Rashtriya Manch and the chief patron of the Bharatiya Christian Manch, citing AKS, an organization working on minority rights in Bangladesh, said that in the last nine years, minorities in Bangladesh have faced 3,679 attacks, which is quite worrying and outrageous. Is. He told that during this period 1678 cases of sabotage and armed attacks in religious places have come to the fore.
ISKCON temple was vandalized and looted- Indresh Kumar
The Sangh leader strongly condemned that due to the connivance of the Bangladesh government, attacks are being carried out continuously targeting the Hindu community, including vandalism and arson in houses. The union leader said that the attack took place on Thursday evening at the ISKCON Radhakanta temple located at 222 Lal Mohan Saha Street in Wari, Dhaka. It is a kind of terrorism. This attack was carried out by a mob of more than 200 people led by Haji Saifullah. The temple was ransacked and looted. Indresh Kumar said that this is not the first time that Hindus or temples have been attacked in Bangladesh. Last year on Navratri, around 200 houses were burnt by attacking Durga Puja pandals and houses of Hindus by spreading rumours against Hindus. Apart from this, the ISKCON temple located in Dhaka was also attacked.
Indresh Kumar said that the way politics of fear is being done on minorities, the government of Bangladesh is directly to blame, otherwise, the population of Hindus would not have declined by 20 per cent. The Sangh leader alleged that the conspiracy to attack Hindus, destroy temples, loot, kill people in Bangladesh, in this way, to harm lives and property, cannot be done without the instigation of the government. Indresh Kumar also criticized Pakistan and said that the government there to has failed to provide security to the minorities.