‘Hindu zero’ will be Bangabandhu’s Bangladesh: Prakasan report


Rajib Sharma, Chittagong Office: Bangabondhu Shekh Mujibur Rahman’s Sonar Bangla is leaving the minority Hindu minority. In spite of struggle with shoulder shoulders in the war of liberation, they are deserted. Even during the secular government, minority Hindus are disappearing every day.

The situation is such that ‘living on the basis of Hindu community is becoming inappropriate. After two and three decades in the country, there will be no Hindu people in this country, and the research report about ‘Political Economy of Agriculture-Land Reclamation in Bangladesh’ can be traced back to such a worry. Research done by Professor Abul Barkat of Dhaka University. His claim is that Hindu minorities in the country are going to be extinct. The book was inaugurated on Saturday. Before that debate started in Bangladesh. The publication of the book ‘Bangla Tribune’ has been published by the leading web media.
Professor Abul Barkat has said that from 1964 to 2013, a total of 13.1 million Hindus have been forced to migrate. According to the estimation of five decades, on average, 2 lakh 30 thousand 612 Hindus have been forced or forced to leave the country. As a result, every day 632 Hindus have left the country.

Bangladesh is a Muslim population. Hindu-Buddhist-Christians are reading among the minority communities of the country. The largest community of minorities, Hindus Pakistan was formed after India was partitioned. The eastern part of the country was known as East Pakistan. The creation of Bangladesh in 1971 in the context of the government’s ultimate repression policy and the language of Bengali language to one of the state languages. In the study of Professor Abul Barkat, the picture of East Pakistan from 1964-1971 has emerged. Similarly, in the background of independent Bangladesh (1971-2013), information regarding the emigration and disappearance of minority Hindus has been obtained.

According to the study, 767 Hindus have left Bangladesh every day between 1991 and 2001. Which is still the highest. During this time (1991-1996) Khaleda Zia was the Prime Minister of Bangladesh as the leader of BNP-Jamaat-e-Islami coalition government. Then came the Awami League to power the country. Sheikh Hasina was in power till 1996-2001. In 2001, BNP leader Khaleda Zia became prime minister again Most minorities emigrated during the first round of the two rival leaders. Such information was shown by Professor Barakat.

Later, the country’s minority Hindus migrated at a huge rate. At this time, Khaleda never had the rule of Hasina. According to the research report, 674 Hindus have disappeared every day till 2012. Awami League was in power during this time. Now the party is in power again to win a huge victory.

Professor Abul Barkat’s view is very thoughtful and horrible. Although the criticisms of research from various organizations have started. But the discomfort has increased the government. Recently, a minority temple and the neighborhood were attacked one after another. The allegation was that Islam was being insulted. Staff of some religious organizations are involved in the attack. The people whose roots are Jamaat Islami Such claims are some police officers Later, the name of the country’s important minister is involved in this incident. Although he denied the allegations. Movement surrounded by demands of minority ministries in the security of minorities Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said the minorities in the country are safe.


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