Two more Hindu sanctuaries went under assault in Sirajganj and Jhalakathi yesterday, raising the quantity of such occurrences to 10 since the assaults on the minority group in Brahmanbaria's Nasirnagar on October 30.
Such assaults are as yet occurring in spite of the administration's order on the organization and police the nation over to take measures to ensure the minority group.
Recently, unidentified culprits harmed the symbols of goddess Kali and Shitola at Fulkocha Kundupara Kali Mondir in Songasa territory of Sirajganj Sadar upazila, said police and local people.
At the point when Hindu fans went to the sanctuary early yesterday, they found the symbols severely harmed, Adhir Chandra Kundu, president of the sanctuary advisory group, told our Pabna Correspondent.
Basudeb Sinha, officer accountable for Sirajganj Police Station, said the hoodlums would be captured soon. "They vandalized the icons at the sanctuary plannedly."
Beat government and police authorities went to the spot.
In a different episode, obscure hoodlums harmed an icon of Kali at a sanctuary at Ponabalia Bazar in Jhalakathi Sadar Upazila on Saturday night.
Materials utilized for performing petitions were tossed into a lake close to the sanctuary, Anil Chandra Das, president of the sanctuary advisory group, told Our Jhalakathi Correspondent.
The lawbreakers did the assault in the dead of night, he included.
The assaults occurred regardless of the police central command's directions on Thursday to every one of its units to remain alarm. It issued a six-point mandate, including one for making brief strides against whoever induces viciousness to hurt common concordance.
Gotten some information about the late assaults, Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal said his service has found a way to keep this kind of episodes and cautioned the police, the BGB and Rab.
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