Terrorism of Indian Modi and Bangladeshi Hasina Wajid

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his counterpart Hasina Wajid

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his counterpart Hasina Wajid

Karachi … News Time

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his counterpart Hasina Wajid, a staunch enemy of Islam and Muslims in the region, a staunch supporter of the nationalist political party BJP and a supporter of Hindu extremist organizations, jointly celebrated hostility to Pakistan. The terrorist market in Bangladesh, as a result of which 10 people were killed and dozens were injured, while according to the information received from various sources, the number of deaths is even higher. Nationwide protests erupted in the capital Dhaka as soon as the Indian Prime Minister announced his participation on the occasion of Bangladesh’s 50th Independence Day, during which a large number of citizens and students took to the streets to protest Modi’s arrival. He called him a murderer and an enemy of Islam. Modi was scheduled to arrive in Dhaka on Friday, March 26, when hundreds of people demonstrated outside the main Baitul Mukarram mosque. The protesters did not carry any banners or placards while protesting peacefully and did not show any affiliation with any political party. However, anti-Modi slogans called for the return of Modi. Meanwhile, Hasina Wajid’s government, as usual, signaled the use of force using traditional tactics to suppress the opposition and deployed heavy contingents at the protest sites. The Dhaka government and New Delhi showed stubbornness on the issue, in response to which hundreds of Dhaka University students marched on the streets and chanted Gujarat’s butcher slogans against Modi. The students held placards with slogans like “Go back to Modi, go back to India and go back”.

It should be noted that in 2002, it was Narendra Modi, the Chief Minister of the Indian state of Gujarat, who instigated the Hindu-Muslim riots in which more than 1000 people were killed. In this regard, not only at the local level but also from all over the world, analysts and human rights organizations have blamed the state government for the Hindu-Muslim riots and accused Narendra Modi and his supporters of inciting thugs. Encouragement continued, but the Indian Supreme Court, playing a controversial role, ruled in favor of Modi.

Despite a nationwide crackdown on Jamaat-e-Islami in Bangladesh, the execution of leaders and the imprisonment of political opponents, including the opposition leadership, protesters in Dhaka fearlessly rallied pro-Modi Prime Minister Hasina Wajid. He strongly criticized the two countries and said that there were many conflicts between the two countries. The Hindu nationalist party BJP is harassing Muslims in India, their massacre is going on while conspiracies are being hatched to change the proportion of population through Hindu resettlement in occupied Kashmir. At the same time, it has become common for civilians to be tortured by Indian forces on the Bangladeshi border. Despite all these differences, Modi’s coming to Bangladesh is unacceptable. The protesters said that Modi has been invited by the Hasina Wajid government, while we will continue protesting against him. On Modi’s arrival in Bangladesh, a strike was called by Security Islam against the killing of five people during the use of government force against protesters. Police admitted that the country’s second largest city with rubber bullets and the tear gas fired at protesters in htazary Chittagong area; however a large crowd tried to attack security forces and stones before the accused was several people were injured and taken to hospitals for medical treatment.

Meanwhile, security forces brutally used force against protesters in the capital, Dhaka, injuring dozens. Protests had intensified since Modi’s arrival on Friday, with the social networking site Facebook shutting down the next day. Even before this, the closure of other social media channels, including Facebook, has been used by the Hasina Wajid government as a weapon to stem the tide of protests and anti-government protests. Protests against Modi’s visit to Bangladesh continued on Saturday and Sunday, with thousands taking to the streets in protest, chanting anti-Modi slogans and burning the effigies of the war-obsessed Indian Prime Minister. Hamnawa strongly criticized Hasina Wajid. Journalists were also injured in clashes with protesters in several places. Mujeeb-ur-Rehman Hamidi, leader of Hifazat-e-Islam, confirmed that some protesters affiliated with his organization had been killed. Police were also fired on demonstrators, killing several people seriously injured, he said. Protests have been raging across Bangladesh since Modi’s arrival, with heavy contingents of Border Guards, police and Elite Rapid Action Battalion deployed, who were given free rein to use force against protesters. Police also arrested dozens of people during the crackdown in several places, which have been transferred to an unknown location.

It should be noted that the demand of human rights organizations to end the growing personal dictatorship, enforced disappearances and extrajudicial killings in Bangladesh is gaining momentum. According to Amnesty International, after the scenes of violence, the Bangladeshi authorities are showing alarming behavior. According to Sultan Muhammad Zakaria, the organisation’s South Asia researcher, the right to peaceful protest, especially during the Corona epidemic, has been under constant attack, resulting in bloody repression. Experts say that Narendra Modi wants to give the impression from his recent visit that India attaches great importance to Bangladesh, while the fact is that Modi, a puppet of the Hindu extremist party, has come to Bangladesh for political gain. I want to get the support of Bengalis in the first West Bengal Assembly elections. Analysts believe that Narendra Modi is trying to hunt two birds with one stone during his foreign tour.

Senior Indian journalist Gautam Hora said in this regard that Modi wants to send a message that in his view, Bangladesh is of utmost importance and that is why he is making his first visit to Bangladesh since the onset of the Corona epidemic. On the other hand, they are trying to win the hearts of the Matwa Bengalis of West Bengal because the Matwa Bengalis are angry with the BJP over the issue of citizenship. In fact, the Modi government had promised to resolve the issue of his citizenship immediately, but did not fulfill it. According to Indian journalist Gautam Hora, India’s relations with Bangladesh are considered better, even the Sheikh Hasina government has been called pro-India, but in recent years anti-India sentiments have been growing in Bangladesh as well. One of the reasons for this is the killing of Bangladeshi nationals in the firing of Indian Border Forces BSF.

It should be noted that the way Hasina Wajid is running the government in a dictatorial manner in Bangladesh and meanwhile all the political opponents are either locked up in jails or political cases are pending against them while Hasina Wajid government using government power to suppress every obstacle. The policy continues. Similarly, the toughest crackdown on Jamaat-e-Islami in Bangladesh continues and its leaders have been executed by so-called government-run courts. This is exactly the attitude of the war-loving Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, who is not only pursuing anti-peace measures to make himself the dictator of the region, but is also being disgraced as a result of attempts to interfere in his neighboring countries. Like Bangladesh, India has close ties with Nepal. However, like Bangladesh, India’s distance with Nepal is increasing day by day. An example of this is India’s visit to Jammu and Kashmir in November last year. Nepal had strongly objected to the dispute, in which an area called Kala Pani was shown as part of the Indian state of Uttarakhand, while Nepal claimed it as its territory.

Defense analysts say India’s relations with almost all its neighbors are not good. There is already tension with Pakistan and nowadays the armies of China and India are facing each other. Relations with Nepal are also deteriorating, while those with Sri Lanka are not the same. The outspoken actions of the Indian Prime Minister, unwise decisions, anti-people measures, especially the Hindutva policy, will one day lead to the partition of India itself, but at that time there will be no one to celebrate with Modi or Hindu extremists like him.


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