Thousands of Muslims marched from the main mosque in Dhaka against India’s government for promoting violence.
Note that 40 people died and hundreds got injured in the clashes in India.
Thousands of people started a rally from the Baitul Mokarram Mosque in Dhaka after Friday prayers. They raised slogans against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Protestors threw shows at posters of Modi. They also burned a portrait of him and carried banners chanting “Stop killing Muslims” and “Save Indian Muslims.”
In addition to this, the protestors also demanded Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to cancel the idea of inviting Modi for the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of leader Sheikh Mujibur Rehman next month.
Nur Hossain Kasemi of the influential group Hefazat-e-Islam urged people, “I ask the prime minister to immediately cancel Narendra Modi’s invitation,
“If she fails to do so, the people of the country will be forced to take action and surround the airport. They will build resistance.”
However, he also insisted not to harm Hindus.
“I remind the Muslims of our country that we believe in harmony. We don’t believe in violence. We shall not harm any non-Muslims in this country,”
British Politician Jeremy Corbyn has condemned violence against Muslims in Indian Capital by extremist Hindu groups linked with the ruling Bhartya Janata Party (BJP).
In an interview, Labour chief and leader of the opposition in the British parliament, Jeremy Corbyn said he’s saddened and shocked at the killing of innocent Muslims in Delhi riots,
The riots that initiated by the extremist Hindutva groups linked with Naredndra Modi’s government.