Khaleda blames govt for damaging temples engaging people

Khaleda blames govt for damaging temples engaging people

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Accusing pro-government elements of attacking temples of the minority communities to divert people’s
attention from its misdeeds, BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia on Friday urged the current regime to stop the
game.“Stop attacking temples…you (government) will have to face the dire consequences if one more temple
is damaged,” Khaleda said in a note of warning to the government.
The Leader of the Opposition was addressing a rally at Goalimandra Bazar in Louhajang upazila in the
afternoon. Earlier, Khaleda visited a Hindu community’s temple, recently damaged by miscreants, at the
bazaar.
Referring to the Shahbagh movement, the BNP chairperson said a group of atheists and pro-government
people are involved in the so-called protest. “Stop the politics of erecting Manchas (podiums)…people
will drive you out when they’ll start marching towards Dhaka.”
The BNP chief arrived at the damaged temple around 5:20 pm, talked to the affected people and
assured them of rebuilding their place of worship.
Unidentified miscreants torched the temple at the dead of night on March 3. UNB
Greets new Chinese president,PM:
Opposition BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia Friday congratulated the new Chinese President Xi Jinping and
Prime Minister Li Keqiang.
She sent separate letters of greetings to the new President and Prime Minister of China on Friday.
In a letter sent to Xi Jinping, Khaleda Zia said: “I congratulate you for becoming the President of China.
The relation between Bangladesh and China is multidimensional and historical.”
In another letter to Li Keqiang, she said, “Bangladesh has achieved development in socio-economic
sector in financial and technical aid from your country and the relation between the two countries will
be deepen and strengthen in future.”
(Source: banglanews24.com)

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