bangladesh: Bangladesh communal violence: 6 idols vandalised in Munshiganj temple – Occasions of India



DHAKA: The perpetrators of communal violence in Bangladesh on Saturday vandalised six idols of the Daniapara Maha Shoshan Kali Mandir at Rashunia union in Sirajdikhan upazila of Munshiganj.
As per The Day by day Star, the vandalism was carried out between 3 am and 4 am, confirmed Md Rashedul Islam, Assistant Superintendent of Police (Sirajdikhan Circle).
“The temple had no safety and solely the idols have been vandalised,” he stated.
“The principle entrance lock was discovered damaged and the tin shed was additionally lower and all of the idols within the temple have been vandalised,” stated Shuvrata Dev Nath Vanu, Common Secretary of the Daniapara Mahasmashan Kali Mandir Committee, reported The Day by day Star.
“We’re getting ready to file a grievance with the police,” he stated.
“Such an incident had by no means occurred earlier than within the temple,” added Shuvrata.
On Wednesday, communal violence broke out in a number of locations in Bangladesh after information broke on social media concerning the alleged desecration of the Holy Quran at a Durga Puja venue on the financial institution of Nanuar Dighi.
A number of puja venues have been vandalized within the space of Chandpur, Chittagong, Gazipur, Bandarban, Chapainawabganj and Moulvibazar. The clashes resulted in a number of casualties.
On Friday, one man named Jatan Kumar Saha was killed and 17 others have been injured in an assault in Begumganj Upazila of Bangladesh’s Noakhali district.
Additionally, a mob attacked an ISKCON temple in Bangladesh’s Noakhali district on Friday and in response to the neighborhood, considered one of its members was killed.




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