Hundreds of protesters storm Tripura to protest against anti-Hindu violence in Bangladesh
Agartala: A storm of protest took place across Tripura on Monday following the series of violence and attacks upon Hindu temples and people in the neighbouring country Bangladesh since the celebration of ‘Maha Saptami’ of Durga Puja festival i.e. October 12 last.
MP Rebati Tripura of East Tripura parliamentary constituency participated in a candle-light demonstration along with the members of ‘Sebaloy’, a social organization in front of Rabindra Satabarshiki Bhavan.
Members of the Inspectorate of Schools in Tripura organized a silent protest rally against the barbaric attack on minorities in Bangladesh and demanded strict action against the culprits and also urged Bangladesh Government to ensure the safety of the minority people.
Tripura State Jamiat Ulama (Hind) condemned and protested the attack on Hindus in Bangladesh and for vandalizing the idol of Goddess Durga in different parts of the neighbouring country.
International Hindu Sena Tripura chapter, Dharmanagar ISKCON temple members and various Hindu organizations participated in processions at Dharmanagar of North Tripura district on Monday to protest the persecution of Hindu temples, deities and people in Bangladesh.
Vishva Hindu Parishad strongly condemned the most recent Islamic fundamental atrocities unleashing its ugly faces on religious minorities especially the Hindus from the night of Maha Saptami in Bangladesh as the organisation staged out a district-level protest rally and street corner in Kamalpur under Dhalai district on Monday afternoon.
A group of youths communicated through different social media platforms gathered in front of the office of the Assistant High Commission of Bangladesh in Agartala and protested against the same issue.
By Abhijit Nath (Tripura)