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Attacks on followers of traditional religions violate human rights: National Human Rights Association

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Update: Monday, October 18, 2021

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Attacks on followers of traditional religions violate human rights: National Human Rights Association

Alleging insult to religion on Facebook, the chairman of the Bangladesh National Human Rights Association expressed deep concern over the attack, vandalism, looting and arson in Majhipara Jalepalli of Pirganj in Rangpur and expressed strong condemnation, protest and anger. Manzur Hossain Isa, Secretary General Advocate Saiful Islam Sekul and Organizing Secretary Lion Al Amin said the attack on followers of traditional religions was a violation of human rights. We need to ensure exemplary punishment for those involved in the incident.

The two leaders made the remarks in a statement sent to the media on Monday (October 18th).

They said that an unusual environment is prevailing in the country. A conspiracy has been started to destroy the communal harmony of the country. A clique has tried to spread the news of insulting religion all over the country. A conspiracy has been started to destroy the communal harmony of the country in a planned manner.

The two leaders said that they would not allow any way to destroy the harmony in the country of communal harmony for thousands of years. Upasana has been going on for hundreds of years in mosques and temples in the same premises in this country. Our forefathers also practiced religious rituals at the same time. Never had a problem, now we have to find out why. Any conspiracy aimed at creating communal chaos is an unforgivable crime.

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