Trinamul Congress condemns communal violence in Bangladesh

Trinamul Congress condemns communal violence in Bangladesh

Soma Mookherjee

KOLKATA, 17 OCT: Trinamul Congress state general secretary and party’s spokesperson Kunal Ghosh today strongly condemned the communal disturbances that stirred Comilla and Noakhali in Bangladesh and at the same time asked the people of West Bengal not to post any provocative messages in the social media which may lead to further deterioration of situation in Bangladesh  and will enhance communal disturbances in different parts of West Bengal especially in border areas.

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Mr Ghosh also cautioned the  people of Bengal not to play in the hands of both Hindu and Muslim fundamentalist forces.

He said when Bangladesh government, their Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina was trying hard to curb the communal violence in Comilla and Noakhali, when common people, civil society people in Bangladesh are protesting against such attack and alleged killings of innocent people,

“It’s not the correct time to make provocative statements,” he said.

 “We should not forget that  in Bangladesh, election is in the anvil, so Muslim Fundamentalists forces in Bangladesh  are trying to discredit Hasina government by disrupting communal harmony,” Trinamul spokesperson said.

He said, those who are organising Durga Puja in Comila, definitely not put the Holy Quaran under Goddess feet. “Someone with malafide intention must have done so.”

He strongly condemned this communal flare up in Noakhali and Comilla.

He asked the Union government to intervene and if necessary can speak to the High Commissioners of both the country.

Mr Ghosh, however said, “There is no necessary for the BJP leaders in West Bengal to politicise on this issue and create communal disturbances.”

He said, “We too have incidents like Lakhimpur Kheri where innocent farmers are mowed down by a minister’s son, in Assam a photographer jumped on the dead body of a 12 year old boy when he was killed in police firing”.

This is international matter and “We have to maintain certain protocols.”

Meanwhile, a procession from ISKON today submitted their deputation to Bangladesh Deputy High Commissioner’s office against ransacking of ISKON temple in Noakhali.

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