Hindus massacre in Bangladesh, CM Mamata alerts her officials

Kolkata: The West Bengal government has asked its district administration, especially the border districts of Bangladesh, to remain alert and take steps to maintain law and order against misuse of social media and spread of fake news related to recent attacks during Durga Puja in the neighbouring country. A top official said this on Monday.

The official said that all state agencies have been instructed to be prepared to deal with any attempt to create unrest anywhere in Bengal between idol immersion ceremonies and Fatiha-Dwaj-Daham. He further said, "The government has asked the district administration, especially the administration of border districts adjoining Bangladesh, to take precautions against the spread of fake news related to violence and sabotage in the neighbouring country. All agencies in the state have been asked to foil every conspiracy to remain alert and create tension.''

A similar warning has also been issued by the Additional Director General of Police (Intelligence Branch) to senior police officers. In his message, he said that since October 13, 2021, social media platforms have been flooded with posts of vandalism at Durga Puja pandals by Muslim fundamentalists in Bangladesh. According to IB, after these issues, the districts along the Indo-Bangladesh border have become extremely sensitive and the leaders of India's Hindu archaic organizations have become active. 

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