Big protest against Modi's visit in Bangladesh, 4 people died in violent clashes

In Bangladesh, at least 4 people lost their lives, and several others were injured in violent demonstrations on Friday to protest PM Narendra Modi's visit. Modi has come here on the occasion of the celebration of Bangladesh's 50th Independence Day.

These people lost their lives after a clash with the police of famous madrasa students and members of an Islamic group in Chittagong district. Alauddin Talukdar, a police officer at Chittagong Medical College Hospital, told reporters that five people were taken to the hospital after being injured, where 4 of them died. It has been learned that members of the Islamic group Hefazat-e-Islam attacked government buildings including police stations in the Hathajari area of ​​Chittagong, after which the police had to retaliate.

Officials and spectacles said that there was a clash between groups of protestors near Dhaka's main mosque and police dispersed the mob with tear gas and rubber bullets. Meanwhile, several people were injured. The protestors also set ablaze the offices of the railway station in Brahmanbaria district, which hampered the movement of trains.

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