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Why is BJP govt not protesting on genocide of Hindus in Bangla Desh? Are we afraid of BD? After the fear of Chinese aggression in Ladakh @Swamy39

Subramanian Swamy
@Swamy39
Why is BJP govt not protesting on the issue of the developing genocide of Hindus in Bangla Desh? Are we afraid of BD? After the fear of Chinese aggression in Ladakh, we are cowed by Taliban take over of Afghanistan and want to talk with them. Will we be next afraid of Maldives?

 

Rajya Sabha MP and former Union Minister Subramanian Swamy questioned the ruling BJP on its silence over the recent spate of attacks on Hindus in Bangladesh, asking if “we are afraid” of the neighbouring country.

 
“Why is the BJP govt not protesting on the issue of the developing genocide of Hindus in Bangladesh? Are we afraid of BD? After the fear of Chinese aggression in Ladakh, we are cowed by Taliban take over of Afghanistan and want to talk with them. Will we be next afraid of Maldives?” Subramanian Swamy tweeted on Wednesday.
 
India has so far been guarded in its response to the violent incidents, with the MEA saying the Indian mission was in close contact with the Bangladeshi authorities over the matter.
 
Why is BJP govt not protesting on the issue of the developing genocide of Hindus in Bangla Desh? Are we afraid of BD? After the fear of Chinese aggression in Ladakh, we are cowed by Taliban take over of Afghanistan and want to talk with them. Will we be next afraid of Maldives?
— Subramanian Swamy (@Swamy39) October 20, 2021

“We have seen some disturbing reports of untoward incidents involving attacks on religious gatherings in Bangladesh. We note that the government of Bangladesh has reacted promptly to ensure control of the situation, including the deployment of law enforcement machinery,” the MEA said last week.

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Oct 20
Left: A Kashmiri Hindu at a protest in United States against recent killing of minority Hindus/Sikh and migrant workers. ‘Taliban is now in India Kashmir’

Right: ‘Welcome Taliban’ written on a Shop in Srinagar. (Someone has changed Graffiti to ‘Welcome Galibon Ke Sher’. Smart!)

 

 

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