Saturday, June 25, 2022

Beef planted in Hindu temples in Bangladesh: Protests

In Bangladesh, some miscreants hung the plastic bags containing raw beef on the doors of three Hindu temples. The incident took place in Gendukuri village of Bangladesh’s Hatibandha Upazila.

According to reports of Daily Star newspaper, bags were found on Friday night on the doors of the Gendukuri Camp Para Sri Sri Radha Govinda Mandir, Gendukuri Kuthipara Kali Mandir, Gendukuri Battala Kali Mandir and in the house of a Monindranath Barman.

The local Hindu community members staged protests at the Sri Sri Radha Govinda temple in the village, demanding the arrest of culprits involved in the incident.

Dilip Kumar Singh, president of Hatibandha Upazila Puja Udjapan Parisha also told that four complaints were filed with Hatibandha Police Station and “police have assured us that the culprits will be arrested.”

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