Amaderbharat Desk :
Since many days, Bangladesh has become overwhelmingly oppressing minorities. Hindus, Buddhists, and more indigenous communities are being framed in false cases, whose recent example is Rakesh Roy. People of minority communities believe that they are not safe in their birthplace Bangladesh today. Where 2 (a) of the constitution of Bangladesh is said to have equal rights of each person. But it’s a fantasy imagination today. That is the opinion of the minority people of Bangladesh today.
In the context, one Brahmin, Ananda Gopal Ganguly, was seventy years old, but just to be a Hindu, he had to be killed. The minorities in Bangladesh are deprived of all the facilities today. They are very upset, emotionally, physically, financially. As the Hindus complained, their temples were broken by force, also buddhist complained that their Buddha statue of the Buddhist community was being broken .
Guwahati Chakma Students Union, Guwahati Chakma Society and Arunachal Pradesh Chakma Students Union protested against these incidents in the oppression of minorities in Chittagong Hill Tracts in Bangladesh, in Digholipukuri of Assam. Protest against Bangla-speaking illegal Muslims who are carrying cruel communal attacks on Chakma and other tribes.