Tripura CM urges Bangladesh government to protect life, property and religious places of minorities

Agartala: "The friendship between India and Bangladesh is very old. We must maintain it. Radicals or any other force should not be allowed to destroy them," Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb said on Tuesday while addressing the media. He said fundamentalist forces seem to have attacked the minorities as part of their pre-planned conspiracies and vandalized the idols and pandals of the Durga Puja festival that ended last week.

He urged the Bangladesh government to protect the life, property and religious places of the minorities in that country. "The recent incidents are very shameful. I have faith in the Bangladesh administration. They will deal with the situation effectively," he said. Deb last week met Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Vikram K. Spoke to Doraiswamy.

Talking about their conversation, a source close to the CM said, "Doraiswamy informed Deb that he and other Indian officials in various diplomatic missions in Bangladesh had visited various places to know the details of the incidents on the ground. has done." Several other organisations, intellectuals, political parties and NGOs in Assam and Tripura have condemned and organized protest rallies against the violent incidents in Bangladesh.

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