Ethnic killings of Hindus in Bangladesh
In reference to the investigation report on Adv. Rabindra Gosh’s e-mail. I am sending this material to all our friends and well wishers.
Perpetrators attacked 7 Hindu Houses, looted belongings, desecrated Hindu Goddess, women molested at Comilla-Bangladesh.
Date of occurrence: 3rd of September, 2011
Date of investigation: 9th of September, 1011
Place of occurrence:
Within the homestead of 7 (seven) Hindu families at Bhani (Uttarpara) Debiddar.
Findings of the Investigation
The barbarous attack on the minority families at broad day light in Bangladesh at Debiddar Upazila is no doubt a communal attack only with a view to wipe out the minorities from the area and also for ethnic cleansing. The perpetrators of heinous crime against humanity should be brought to book as per law of the land. But the show and mode of action of police till writing of this report is very inadequate. During our investigation at spot the molested women were crying for justice and we found them more traumatized. Police also suppressed the material facts of sexual harassment and abduction of a baby who was later on returned after having commitment to become Muslim. In such a situation administration should come forward for the protection of their religion, right to live, right to property and right to dignity. This type of violation against personal integrity might render the minorities to leave their homeland without any intervention. So, in our opinion the minorities should be protected and the attackers responsible for such occurrence should be punished.
Sonatan International Foundation (SIF)
A Human Rights Organization
Leaison Office: Planner’s Tower, 13/A Bir Uttam C.R. Datta Road, Dhaka-1000, Bngladesh.
The root cause of the problem is the invasion of Islaam in the Vedic desh Bhaarat. It was foolishness of the politicians of Bhaarat to create Bangaldesh and Pakistan in 1947.
These two countries provide safe haven for the Islamists to cook plans against the kafirs.
The need is to purge Islaam out of the subcontinent. – Skanda