450 people arrested in Bangladesh. Cricketers condemn the violence. The Awami League holds a march supporting Hindus. College students in Dhaka hold protests. A Nation is not defined by violent acts of bigotry. A Nation is defined by how it responds to violent acts of bigotry.
Aftermath of Bangladesh violence. 450 people arrested in Bangladesh. Thousands of University bring Dhaka to a halt against the attacks. Cricketers and Celebrities condemn the violence. This is how morally alive nations respond the morally dead nations garland the attackers.
Radical mob in Bangladesh attacked Durga Puja pandals, Hindu temples, ISKCON temple & now doing anti-India protests in Dhaka. If Govt of India can intervene in Myanmar to build 250 houses for Rohingyas, then atleast raise voice & act against violence on Hindus in Bangladesh.
After vandalising Durga Puja pandals, radical Islamists launch anti-India protest in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Over 2,000 radical Muslims conducted a procession after Jummah prayers in Dhaka, raising anti-India slogans https://www.opindia.com/2021/10/radical-islamists-in-bangladesh-launch-anti-india-protest-clash-with-police/ …
Iskcon followers, students protest in Dhaka over violence against Hindus https://www.hindustantimes.com/world-news/iskcon-followers-students-protest-in-dhaka-over-violence-against-hindus-101634562956776.html …
On the day Hindus were being brutalized in Bangladesh, Vivek Menezes and Suchitra Vijayan (organiser of dismantling hindutva conf) published an op-ed in the Dhaka Tribune saying India is now an apartheid state for Muslims (as some Garba venues have banned their entry)
Bangladesh communal violence: Small incidents will not affect New Delhi’s ties with Dhaka” Say’s ICCR DG Dinesh K Patnaik. Sir if this is small incident, then do you expect a Genocide of Hindu’s could have affected the ties also could it be called as Incident atleast? pic.twitter.com/gldHlfviPo
Students of Dhaka University protesting at Shahbag Square against attack on minorities in Bangladesh. [Telegraph front page] Imran H. Sarkar, a prominent face of the Shahbag movement of 2013, was at the forefront. “We will not let Bangladesh be taken over by zealots." pic.twitter.com/jjmHVa3puX