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Strong protest in Nepal’s Birgunj against the attack on Hindus in Brahmanbaria, BD.


Vishwa Hindu Parishad Nepal burnt effigy of Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina and vehemently protested against the recent attack on Hindus at Brahmanbaria during Diwali. 

Upendra Bharti | HENB | Birgunj (Nepal) | Nov 3, 2016:: Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) of  Nepal and many Hindu organisations of Nepal conveyed their earnest solidarity with the tortured Hindu minorities in Islamic Bangladesh in recent times. 

The Parsa unit of  VHP Nepal along with  Hindu Swaymsevak Sangha and Vishwa Hindu Mahasangha protested vehemently against the recent torture on Hindus including destruction of 15 Hindu temples, attack on Hindu elderly, women and children with lethal weapons, looting and arsoning Hindu homes and shops in Bharhmanbaria district during Diwali time.

Hundreds of Hindus came to street of Birgunj today with placards written with “Stop attack on Hindus in Bangladesh”, “Stop Islamic Terrorism in Bangladesh”, “Down Down Bangladesh Govt”, “Stop violence on BD Hindus”, “Punish the culprits” and so on. A strong rally condemning the recent ‘Jihadi violence on Hindu minorities in Bangladesh‘ started from Ghaba Mandir Park, walked through different streets and lanes on Birgunj and ended at  Ghantaghar.

Pandit Purushottam Dubey, president VHP Parsa Unit led the rally and delivered his speech at Ghantaghar by demanding an International probe by UNHRC and other Rights Orgs on the recurring violence on Hindus in Bangladesh by Islamic fundamentalists.

The rally also demanded a greater Hindu unity for right and immediate intervention to take cognizance on any such attack or atrocities on Hindus anywhere in this world.

Many Hindu activist of VHP viz. Bhupendra Poudel, Vinod Chourasia, Pappu Barnawal; Rajkishore Choube of Vishwa Hindu Mahasangha and Ranjit Sahoo of Hindu Swaymsevak Sangha actively participated in the rally with other youth Hindu leadership.

An effigy of Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina was also burnt at the end of rally with ‘Shame Shame’ slogan.

Interestingly, the VHP, RSS, other self proclaimed Hindu protectors are still busy in India to complete its memorandum on the Diwali violence on Bangladeshi Hindu minorities or to chalk out any protest rally in Kolkata, Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bengaluru or Hyderabad.

Thanks to Birgunj Hindus who pioneered the international protest this phase to condemn the violence on minorities in Bangladesh!



2 comments on “Strong protest in Nepal’s Birgunj against the attack on Hindus in Brahmanbaria, BD.

  1. Dirgha Raj Prasai
    November 3, 2016

    I also extend thanks to Birgunj Hindus who pioneered the international protest this phase to condemn the violence on minorities in Bangladesh! Muslim and Christian religions took birth long after the creation of Hindu religion and its civilization. An extensive and erudite amalgam of Hindu knowledge brings together the scholarly and the spiritual. It reflects the culture of one of the oldest and the riches living civilizations of the world in all its glory and splendor.
    ‘The first written evidence of Hinduism that we can read is the Rig Veda, a long poem in Sanskrit probably composed about 1000 BC. People sang or recited the Rig Veda for hundreds of years before it was written down around 300 BC. The Rig Veda is a bunch of hymns (HIMS) (songs for the gods), magic spells, and instructions for what to say when you are sacrificing animals. The Rig Veda mentions many different gods (polytheism). Most of the gods are male, and many of them are sky gods or weather gods like a god of rain, Indra, or like Varuna, the god of the sea. People sacrificed animals to their gods. The Rig Veda also tells us that people sometimes got in touch gods talking to them. (We don’t know now what soma was made of). Both Soma and the fire of sacrifice (Agni) were thought of as gods themselves, too.
    The RSS chief Dr Mohan Madhukar Bhagwat says- The ideology of Hinduism is not against anyone and it is all about love, faith and intimacy with all.The ideology of Hinduism is not against anyone. Hindutava is not about malice or opposition, but love, faith and intimacy with all. We work for the country. It is not about ritualism. It is based on spiritualism and truth. Hindus should be made prosperous. Not bigotry, but a society where there is warmth for all is needed Society is our God. We are here to serve the society, we should not think what we will get in return. We are working for all round development of Hindu nation. But there should be no arrogance that we are working for that. No work should be done in reaction to something, adding, Lord Buddha preached about nonviolence and tolerance’.
    Hinduism provides more spiritual teachings about how the world came into existence than any other religion. Hinduism is more suited for people with a better understanding of spirituality.
    Reading Vedas a person becomes empowered and more understanding whilst reading the Bible a person becomes frightened and confused. In the Vedas and other Hindu spiritual texts there are so many eye-opening statements, there is so much wisdom. For example, in the Bhagavat Gita (another Hindu sacred text) it is told that a person should work all her life, but she must not become attached to the results of her work, that she should dedicate the fruits of her work to God. Only this way the working person can become happy. Any work done with some kind of expectation leaves one miserable. Vedas explains everything about this world; this is the only text that in my opinion clearly explains the nature of this reality and the reason for it. This text makes me want to have been born an Indian in this life-time so that I would more deeply understand it.’
    That is all!
    Thank you
    Dirgha Raj Prasai


  2. Arindam
    November 3, 2016

    I salute the Hindus of Birgunj for standing up for our brethren in Bangladesh.

    Part of the reason why the Hindu groups in India don’t follow suit, may be that New Delhi does not want to do anything that might be construed as interference in Bangladeshi affairs, resulting in a nationalist backlash against the Hasina government. In short, political compulsions.

    However, as I noted in a post on another thread, Hasina can only delay the inevitable…


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