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Bangladesh video passed as riot video from West Bengal 2019

Viral Claim: A Video viral on social media claims that “Muslims driving Hindus out from Bengal as they did in Kashmir. Fleeing Hindus, helpless cops, and burning houses, if you haven’t seen Kashmir, see Bengal. ”

Facts Check: False/Fake

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कश्मीर की तरह ,बंगाल से हिन्दुओ को भगाते मुस्लिम।
भागते हिन्दू,लाचार पुलिस जलते मकान देखलो।
जिसने कश्मीर न देख हो वो बंगाल देख लो।

Bengal Me Shantidut Apne Akhiri Ashtitw ki Ladai Ladte Hue

Translated: Muslims driving Hindus out from Bengal, like they did in Kashmir. Fleeing Hindus, helpless cops, and burning houses, if you haven’t seen Kashmir, see Bengal

 

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Facts Check News: A video viral on social media claiming Muslims chasing Hindus out of west Bengal is viral on the social media. This video is not from India or West Bengal, but from Bangladesh.

Watch the below original video of the incident which was uploaded on YouTube on Dec 1, 2018, titled as “Tongi Tablig jamat fight sad saheb Tablik1 December part 3”

As per dhakatribune, At least one person has been killed in a series of clashes between two factions of Tabligh Jamaat over establishing dominance at the Bishwa Ijtema grounds on the banks of the Turag River.

More than 200 people were also injured in the clashes at the Ijtema grounds in Tongi on Saturday.

The deceased was identified as Ismail Hossain, 70, of Munshiganj, said Tongi (west) police station Officer-in-Charge Emdadul Haque. Ismail was a follower of Maulana Saad Kandhalvi, top scholar of Indian Tabligh Jamaat, said Assistant Deputy Commissioner (ADC) of Gazipur Metropolitan Police, Masudur Rahman.

One killed, over 200 injured in Tabligh Jamaat factional clash in Tongi

Two factions have fought at the Bishwa Ijtema ground over establishing dominance At least one person has been killed in a series of clashes between two factions of Tabligh Jamaat over establishing dominance at the Bishwa Ijtema grounds on the banks of the Turag River.