Bangladeshi Muslims have put up banners near MRO office, Saroornagar, Hyderabad. Noting this, the locals have registered a complaint at Police station and appealed to the authorities to investigate the matter and punish the law breakers.
After police took cognisance of the complaint from locals, the banner heading was changed from ‘Bangladesh youth’ to ‘miya bhai youth.’
According to a report in Nijam Today, the presence of illegal Bangladeshi Muslims in Hyderabad is a national security issue, unfortunately the local police and administration failed to take any stringent action against them. Due to this illegal Bangladeshi Muslim have come up with city based Bangladeshi football team, YouTube channel to reach their community.
On Twitter, locals raised questions on the illegal presence of Bangladeshi Muslims in Hyderabad. A legal support group joined the protest on the social media platform.
Locals in Hyderabad are concerned about known religious intolerance attitude of Bangladesh Muslims against Hindus which was recently witnessed vandalised the temples and killed the devotees during the Dusshara festival in various parts of Bangladesh.
2021 timeline of attacks on Hindus in Bangladesh up to 18 October
Meanwhile, many protestors had demonstrated outside the Bangladesh deputy high commission’s office in Kolkata to protest against the attack on the Bangladesh unit of the ISKCON temple and the other Hindu temples in Bangladesh the day before yesterday, amidst the ongoing violence against the Hindu community unleashed by radical Islamists in the country. However, reports of violence perpetrated on Hindus continue to arrive from news mediums of Bangladesh.
Bangladeshi news mediums have reported the following timeline of attacks on Hindus in their country.
In Comilla, a mob protests against alleged defamation of the Quran at a Puja pavilion and vandalizes several temples in the town.
In Chittagong, a mob attacks the Durga Puja venues at the Bura Kali Mandir in Banshkhali upazila and several temples in Hathazari.
In Cox’s Bazar, a puja mandap in Kachharaimura Sheelpara is attacked and Hindu households vandalized in Mognama.
In Chandpur, a mob attacks the Durga Puja venue at the Lakshmi Narayan Akhra temple in Hajiganj upazila, leading to several deaths.
In Lakshmipur, a group of miscreants attack two temples at Ramgati and Ramganj upazilas at night.
In Noakhali, a puja mandap at Hatia upazila is vandalized by a group of unidentified men at 9pm.
In Khulna, RAB recovered 18 crude bombs from the main gate of Rupsa Maha Shashan, which also houses a Kali temple.
In Gazipur, a group of men armed with sticks vandalize idols at Radha Gobinda Temple at Kashimpur in the evening. Two more temples are attacked at Paschim Para and Pal Para.
In Bandarban’s Lama upazila, a mob attacks the upazila’s Central Hari Mandir in the morning, leading to a clash with the police. Around 50 people, including the Lama police OC, sustained injuries.
In Chittagong, Durga Puja venue in Anderkilla area comes under attack by a mob after the Juma prayers.
In Noakhali, a man is killed when a mob attacks Hindu houses in Noakhali’s Begumganj upazila.
In Barisal, three Hindu temples are vandalized by an angry mob at Gournadi upazila in the night, following the arrest of a man allegedly for defaming the Quran on Facebook.
In Munshiganj, a mob vandalizes six idols at a Kali temple in Sirajdikhan upazila in the early hours.
In Feni, two temples and Hindu houses are vandalized and looted by a mob; at least 40 people, including OC Nizam Uddin of Feni Model police station, are injured in a clash between police and demonstrators.
In Noakhali, police recover the body of a Hindu man in a pond next to a temple at Begumganj Upazila’s Chaumuhani on Saturday, likely taking the death toll from Friday’s attack to two in the district.
In Rangpur, a mob loots and sets afire Hindu homes at a village in Rangpur’s Pirganj upazila in the night over a post on the social media that allegedly dishonoured Islam.
In Tangail, police detain a man over the vandalism of two temples at Sadar upazila of the district.