There were several incidents of violence there before and after Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Bangladesh. Some organizations opposed Modi’s visit. 12 people were also killed in their clash with the police. Now intelligence agencies have claimed that this violence was not a result of protest, but a conspiracy was hatched for it. The banned organization Jamaat-e-Islami was behind this.

According to the report, preparations were made for a large-scale attack on police, media and government offices. The Jamaat-e-Islami had disbursed huge sums of money for this, to question the government led by Sheikh Hasina by creating a law and order issue during Modi’s visit.

PM Narendra Modi was on a tour of Bangladesh from 26-27 March. Here he went to visit the Jeshoreswari temple as he joined the 50th anniversary of the independence of the country.
PM Narendra Modi was on a tour of Bangladesh from 26-27 March. Here he went to visit the Jeshoreswari temple as he joined the 50th anniversary of the independence of the country.
The report recommends raiding The
report recommends raiding all hotels owned by Jamaat-e-Islami and Hifazat-e-Islam leaders. It states that some people should also be arrested if necessary. The Jamaat-e-Islami’s immovable properties, hospitals, insurance, madrasas, buildings should be scrutinized. They should ask for all commercial complexes to be closed.

A case has been registered against 200 leaders and activists of Jamaat, Shibir and Hifajat in connection with Sunday’s clashes across the country. He is accused of obstructing police work and assaulting him. Police said on Monday that a case has been registered against 600 unidentified people in a clash in Baitul Mukarram National Mosque of Dhaka on Friday.

The Jamaat had called 60% of its supporters to Dhaka, the
report said, adding that Jamaat-e-Islam leaders had asked 60% of their supporters to come to the capital Dhaka in view of Modi’s visit. As a result, members of the Islamic Student Organization, Women’s Wing and Islamic Shadow Organization (including women and children) came to Dhaka. They were divided into 3 groups.

Intelligence reports have revealed that the group, along with Jamaat’s student union president Shibir, were to join anti-Modi programs earlier. The second group was to join the anti-Modi rally with the Left Shed organization. The third group was to be part of the demonstrations of the 6 Islamic political parties of the Hifazat.

On March 28, the Islamic group of Bangladesh, Hifazat-e-Islam, went on a day-long nationwide strike.
On March 28, the Islamic group of Bangladesh, Hifazat-e-Islam, went on a day-long nationwide strike.
Conspiracy to topple Sheikh Hasina’s government
Meanwhile another intelligence report says that Jamaat, Hifajat and the opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party are plotting to topple the government of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Civil society members have alleged that the way these organizations are protesting, their motive is clearly known. They want to hinder the peace and progress of the country.

Civil society says that the way those people are performing is wrong. Strict action should be taken against them. During this time, the government has deployed troops of Border Guard Bangladesh in Dhaka and other parts of the country to maintain law and order.

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