The minority community in Bangladesh has urged the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Indian government to take up the issue of recent spate of brutal killings of Hindus, with Dhaka to ensure their safety and security.
“We feel that India being a Hindu majority country, should do something. We have high hopes on Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He should act and take up the matter with Bangladeshi government and ensure the safety and security of Hindus,” he said.
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Few days back, a 60-year-old Hindu ashram worker, Nityaranjan Pandey, was hacked to death by suspected Islamists. Pandey’s murder comes a few days after the brutal killings of a Christian grocer in northern Natore and a Hindu priest in northwestern Jhenaidah. At least eight people (activists and religious minorities) have been murdered since May 1.
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Vowing to catch every killer, Bangladesh launched a countrywide crackdown on Islamic radicals, especially those belonging to the Jamaatul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB). Under the operation, more than 3,000 people, including 37 militants, have been arrested across Bangladesh. The anti-militant drive involved the paramilitary Border Guard Bangladesh and the elite anti-crime Rapid Action Battalion.
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“Where will they hide in Bangladesh,” Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina has said. “No one will get away. Bangladesh is a small country. It’s not a tough task to find them. They will be brought to justice.”
“Each and every killer will be brought to book as we did after the 2015 mayhem (and) all their sources, financiers and patrons would be unearthed and brought to justice as well,” she said.