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United Nations condemns attack on Hindus in Bangladesh, calls for fair investigation, America also said this

According to a leading daily report, UN Resident Coordinator in Bangladesh Mia Seppo posted on social media that the recent attacks on Hindus in Bangladesh are motivated by hate speech and against the values ​​of the Constitution and there is a need to stop it

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The United Nations has expressed concern over the increasing attacks and atrocities on Hindus in Bangladesh. The United Nations has taken a tough stand, saying that the attacks on minority Hindus in Bangladesh are against the values ​​enshrined in its constitution. The Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s government there needs to ensure a fair investigation into the incidents. Along with the United Nations, India and America have also condemned the attacks on Hindus.

According to a leading daily report, UN Resident Coordinator in Bangladesh Mia Seppo posted on social media that the recent attacks on Hindus in Bangladesh are motivated by hate speech and against the values ​​of the Constitution and there is a need to stop it. the wanted. He further said that we call upon the government to ensure the safety of minorities and a fair investigation.

 

Condemning the incidents of attacks on people of Hindu community in Bangladesh, the US said that freedom to choose religion is a human right. A US State Department spokesperson said that every person in the world, regardless of religion or faith, needs to feel safe to celebrate their important festival. The Ministry of External Affairs condemns the recent incidents of attacks on the minority Hindu community in Bangladesh.

The violence that erupted after the rumours in Bangladesh has erupted. The Hindu community is constantly being targeted by the fundamentalists. According to media reports, so far six people have been killed in the violence. At least 66 houses of Hindus were set on fire in Peerganj, Bangladesh. Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal has said that the culprits have been identified and more than 45 have been arrested.

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