Swamy finds Hasina's govt helpless; asks NDA govt to reevaluate policy towards Dhaka

New Delhi: Deploring attacks on Hindus and temples in Bangladesh, senior BJP leader Subramanian Swamy
accused Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's government of being either 'helpless' or 'complicit' and asked the NDA government to 'reevaluate' its policy towards Dhaka.

File photo of Subramanian Swamy. PTI

File photo of Subramanian Swamy. PTI

The last few years have seen "increasing radicalization and jehadi sentiments in Bangladesh leading to killing of
Hindus, 'dishonouring' of Hindu women and demolition of Hindu temples," he said.

Swamy said the recent beheading of a Hindu priest in Bangladesh was 'shocking' and alleged 'it is quite clear that
Prime Minister of Sheikh Hasina is either helpless or complicit at this anti-Hindu phobia' in that country.


Updated Date: Mar 08, 2016 17:56 PM

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