Violence spreads in Bangladesh after Modi's visit as mobs attack Hindu temples
Hundreds of members of a hardline Islamist group attacked Hindu temples and a train in eastern Bangladesh on Sunday, police and a local journalist ...
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28 Mar 2021 06:43PMShare this contentBookmarkCOX'S BAZAR: Hundreds of members of a hardline Islamist group attacked Hindu temples and a train in eastern Bangladesh on Sunday (Mar 28), police and a local journalist said, as violence spread across the country in the wake of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit.
At least 10 protesters were killed in clashes with police during demonstrations organised by Islamist groups against the Indian leader's visit, and violence raged on after his departure as anger swelled over the deaths.AdvertisementAdvertisementModi arrived in Dhaka on Friday to mark the 50th anniversary of Bangladesh's nationhood, and left on Saturday after gifting Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina headtopics.com
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Wow instead of calling out the Intolerant Muslim society of Bangladesh being communal , CNA puts the fallout on the visit of premier of worlds largest Democracy and the Only secular nation. Why can't UN ask members to be secular ...no more Islamic republic ..only secularism