On Friday, many individuals rioted in a few significant urban communities in Bangladesh, challenging the disputable comments made by two previous BJP spokespersons against the Prophet.
Dhaka: Amid fights over the comments against Prophet Mohammad by two presently suspended BJP functionaries, a senior head of the decision Awami League has said that the Bangladesh government is feeling the squeeze to take “activity” as occasions in India have results in this country.
Khandakar Goulam Moula Naqshbandi, executive of the Religious Affairs Sub-Committee of the decision Awami League and an individual from the Advisory Committee, likewise said that troublesome powers attempt to exploit such a circumstance to upset rule of peace and law in Muslim greater part Bangladesh.
“Many issues emerge because of scheme at the worldwide level and negligible legislative issues at the nearby level, however the circumstance declines on the off chance that quick move isn’t initiated,” Naqshbandi said while conversing with a gathering of Indian writers here.
“Bangladesh is feeling the squeeze from priests and common society to make a move over the comments against the Prophet,” he said, adding that Prime Minister Sheik Hasina knows how to manage what is going on.
Naqshbandi said that Bangladesh has great relations with India, which is a cordial country. He said that the specific occurrence is by all appearances an inner matter of India, however “such episodes influence individuals here (in Bangladesh)”.
On Friday, many individuals rioted in a few significant urban communities in Bangladesh, challenging the questionable comments made by two previous BJP spokespersons against the Prophet. The dissidents mobilized after Friday petitions, reciting trademarks and requesting that the Bangladesh government censure the offensive remarks and blacklist Indian items in the Muslim larger part country.
Naqshbandi said that such articulations ought to be kept away from as they can hurt the feelings of anybody.
Regardless of the removal of Navin Jindal and suspension of Nupur Sharma and FIR against them by the BJP for the situation, Naqshbandi said it was a late move and the step was taken after the fights from Arab nations.
“The (Bangladesh) government is surveying what is happening,” he said.
At the point when found out if the Committee on Religious Affairs will offer any guidance to the Hasina government on this, Naqshbandi said, “We have examined this with the pastor in-control and after additional conversation, we will give an assertion.”
He said that India and Bangladesh have exceptionally close relations and it is likewise a fact that numerous global powers are attempting to over-indulge the relations between the two nations.
On the topic of proceeding with assaults on Hindus in Bangladesh, he said Prime Minister Hasina has no resistance against strict fundamentalists and to that end she has acted quickly in such matters.