Violence in Bangladesh after Prime Minister Modi’s visit, attack on Hindu temple by extremists
Dhaka: Violence erupted in Bangladesh after Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s two-day visit, with hundreds of extremists reportedly attacking Hindu temples. The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a temple in eastern Bangladesh, killing at least 11 people and wounding at least 11 others, according to local police. Stated in your report. The violence has been sparked by some Islamic extremists in protest of Narendra Modi’s visit to Bangladesh. & Nbsp;
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Bangladesh on Friday. Bangladesh is celebrating its 50th Independence Day this year. This year also marks the birth centenary of Vangbandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rehman. Also this year marks the 50th anniversary of India-Bangladesh relations. With all this in mind, the Prime Minister had chosen Bangladesh for his first visit after the Corona era.
The Prime Minister’s visit ended on Sunday. At that time, India gave 12 million doses of corona vaccine as a gift to Bangladesh. & Nbsp;
Islamic fundamentalist groups in Bangladesh say that Prime Minister Narendra Modi discriminates against Muslims in India. He had opposed Modi’s visit to Bangladesh. & Nbsp;
Security guards have started cracking down on the militants. The extremists attacked the Hindu temple along with the trains in the eastern part. Documents from government offices in the area were also set on fire. Many roads in Dhaka were closed by the militants. & Nbsp;
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