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Bangladesh FM Should Withdraw His Statement, Demands Minority Group

The leader of the minority communities in Bangladesh's Noakhali such as Hindu-Buddhist-Christian Unity Parishad and ISKCON temple authorities on October 31 demanded that the foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen should withdraw his statement over the recent communal violence. They said the minister's statement would ''hide the murderers and miscreants''. Reportedly, Mr. Momen said any temple was not destroyed and no one was raped during the violence.

Sun, 31 Oct 2021 - 03:20 PM / by Brijesh Goswami

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