Videos: How Dhaka remains a place of protest as protestors clash with Police
Dhaka: The situation in Dhaka remains tense, as protestors are now clashing with the police, more and more Hindu shops and homes are being targeted in the Muslim dominated Country.
Violent clashes broke out between protesters and police in the capital Dhaka and Noakhali on Friday following attacks on Durga Puja pandals and temples in Bangladesh.
The clashes took place after Friday prayers at the Baitul Mukarram Mosque and Kakrail area of Dhaka's Paltan and Chaumuhani in Noakhali.
We failed. We could not worship at the historic Sankhannidhi Temple on Tipu Sultan Road in Dhaka. The local extremists did not allow us to do pujo. The government has given a temporary place to worship. The idols are being transferred there. One day we will rescue our temple. pic.twitter.com/nIGflELuFa— Bangladesh Hindu Unity Council (@UnityCouncilBD) October 11, 2021
Along with this, there have also been reports that houses and shops of the Hindu community have been targeted in Chaumuhani of Begumganj, Noakhali. The Additional Superintendent of Police of the district has confirmed that a person named Jatan Kumar Saha has died in this.
Durga Puja was stopped when devotees were on their way to Shankhanidhi Mandir, in Tipu Sultan Road, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Previously the road was called Madan Mohan Basak Lane.— Stories of Bengali Hindus (@storiesofBHs) October 11, 2021
A thread on the background story of the Shankhanidhi Bari. 1/9 pic.twitter.com/MKKuf8Ve5M
During the demonstration in Dhaka, people carried posters of 'Malibagh Muslim Samaj'. At the same time, there were posters of 'Tauhidi Janata' in the demonstration held in Chaumuhani.