‘Boycott India’: Thousands protest in Bangladesh against Nupur Sharma’s remark on Prophet Mohammad | World News


Dhaka: Bangladesh on Friday noticed large protests over the controversial remarks made by suspended BJP chief Nupur Sharma on Prophet Muhammad and requires a complete boycott of Indian merchandise throughout the nation. According to studies, a whole lot of political staff and Islamists of Islami Andolon Bangladesh (IAB), Jamiat Ulama-e-Islam Bangladesh and Islami Oikyajote took to the streets after Friday prayers and demonstrated against the remarks on Prophet Mohammad made by BJP leaders.

The Islamists additionally referred to as upon all to boycott Indian merchandise. Pro-Pakistan political events additionally held demonstrations. IAB chief and Charmonai Pir, Syed Rezaul Karim, who’s deemed a 1971 struggle legal, would lead the subsequent mass procession, stated the protesters.

At the protest on the south gate of the nationwide mosque at Baitul Mukarram, IAB leaders stated they’d take out a mass procession in direction of the Indian High Commission in Dhaka and submit a memorandum if those that made feedback on the Prophet aren’t delivered to justice.

They additionally demanded a protest movement be taken in the Parliament censuring the remarks of BJP leaders. More than 100 teams of Islamists staged demonstrations countrywide, together with by blocking the Nabinagar-Chandra Highway. In Chittagong, the Islamists organised a protest rally in Chawkbazar, Anderkilla, Hathazari, and different areas.

In Narayanganj, protesters beneath the banner of “Narayanganj Ulema Parishad” introduced out the procession on the premises of DIT Railway Mosque in the town. Speakers on the demonstration referred to as upon the federal government to take diplomatic steps and condemn the remarks.

Protests had been additionally reported from Pabna, Manikganj, and Khulna.

Back in India, a number of states together with Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Jharkhand, Punjab, Hyderabad, West Bengal, J&Ok and Gujarat confronted large protests against the BJP chief`s controversial remarks. During the protests, a number of policemen had been injured in stone-pelting incidents, which pressured the safety forces to resort to lathi-charge, tear gasoline shelling and firing in the air at some locations.

Meanwhile, the Union Home Ministry right this moment requested the police heads of states and Union Territories to be “ready and alert” as they are going to be on goal. The Home Ministry issued a press release to all state and Union Territory police after a number of incidents of violence had been reported from completely different components of the nation over the controversial remarks of suspended BJP chief Nupur Sharma and expelled chief Naveen Jindal against Prophet Muhammad.



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