Civil war advocates visited many of the temples that were destroyed as a result of the attack last Friday.
“By accepting responsibility for the failure, we demand that it immediately remove the DC and SP of the vessel,” he said.
He demanded of the government to compensate the victims, provide medical treatment for the injured and destroy the damaged sanctuaries and rebuild the temple.
At the same time, Rana Das Gupta also demanded that under the Special Powers Act, the communal bulls would be punished exemplary for collective bills.
Rana Das Gupta said that due to the harsh conditions of Hindus in the country, last year, the treasury could not celebrate Durga Puja. This year, they thought, they would organize Durga Puja in the autumn and Durga Puja would become a festival irrespective of religion or caste. A pleasant atmosphere arose on the seventh day.
“But the day that started in Comilla from the day it first started has been continuous. After the Comilla event, we were assured by the Prime Minister’s words. The Prime Minister said that collective power would not be allowed. But I noticed with grief that on the day I was attacked and tortured in kissing, chittagong.
Binu Kishore Rai, the convener of the District Hinduism Christian Union’s council, Member Secretary Pappu Saha, Pawar Prasad leaders and activists were present on the occasion.
Police say a man died after suffering a heart attack when an attack on a shrine occurred in the afternoon of Friday. However, local Hindu leaders alleged that the man had been killed. Early this morning, Pardas Das, 26, found the body swimming in a pond of a skunk temple on the Chumahani College Road.