A mob of close to two hundred men and women allegedly vandalise the ISKCON Radhkanta temple in Bangladesh’s Dhaka on Thursday, news company ANI claimed. This incident arrives a several months soon after a sequence of assaults on spiritual locations in the nation. Condemning the incident, ISKCON Kolkata vice-president Radharamn Das explained these assaults had been of grave problem.
“Very last night, when devotees had been making ready for Gaura Purnima celebration, a mob of two hundred men and women entered the premises of Shri Radhakanta Temple, Dhaka, and attacked them… 3 of them had been hurt in scuffle. The good news is, they known as the law enforcement and had been in a position to push absent miscreants,” he was quoted by ANI.
He asked for the Bangladesh govt to get motion towards these included. “We ask for the Bangladesh govt to give stability to Hindu minorities (there),” he extra.
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Pressure gripped Bangladesh final 12 months soon after incidents of vandalism and assaults on temples.
In Oct, an ISKCON temple in Noakhali was vandalised and a single man or woman died. 3 much more had been killed about allegations of a Quran desecrated at a Durga Puja pavilion in Bangladesh.
As much more stories of this sort of vandalism and assaults arrived in, India experienced explained it was ‘in incredibly near get in touch with with the authorities in Dhaka and at community levels’ and that Bangladesh experienced ‘reacted instantly to make certain regulate… which include the deployment of the legislation enforcement machinery’.
Times later on news company PTI claimed law enforcement in Bangladesh as expressing they experienced arrested a person in his 30s whom they explained was a critical suspect in some of the temple assaults. The govt experienced promised swift motion towards these concentrating on Hindus and other spiritual minorities.
In the times that adopted the assaults, hundreds of Bangladeshis protested in guidance of the Hindu local community in the nation, as very well as other minorities qualified by the vandals.
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