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Bangladesh Home Minister’s big statement regarding attack on pandals during Durga Puja

Attack On Durga Puja pandal In Bangladesh: After the attacks on Hindu temples in Bangladesh during Durga Puja, the Home Minister of Bangladesh has called it an internal matter. Addressing the media regarding the incident of the attack, he said that just as the country does not interfere in the affairs of any other state, similarly no other country should speak in this matter. During this, Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal told that the police will soon arrest the people who carried out the incident in the worship pavilion. He said that criminals are changing places and running here and there to avoid arrest. He said that the police would soon arrest those involved in the attack.

Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal said, “We are confident that we will arrest the culprit soon. He is changing his place and running here and there but we will catch him.

The Home Minister said that we always believe in keeping the integrity of our country unbroken. He said that we are moving ahead keeping this in mind. He said that all Hindus and Muslims will live here together. Referring to the Prime Minister, the Home Minister said that whatever the religion may be, but the celebration should be for everyone.

Amid reports of attacks on minority Hindus in Bangladesh, Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal has already said that communal harmony in the country will be protected at any cost. The aim of the violence is to create trouble in the country in view of the general elections to be held in 2023, he said.

Violence erupted in parts of Bangladesh over an alleged incident of blasphemy at a Durga Puja pavilion in Kumila, about 100 km from Dhaka, following which paramilitary forces were deployed in several affected areas.

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