SILCHAR, Jan 15 � The Citizens Right�s Preservation Committee, Assam (CRPC has severely condemned the recent spate of political unrest in Bangladesh leading to the attack on Bengali Hindus and other minority communities in different forms such as killing, kidnapping, raping, burning and destroying of properties, temples, etc.
According to the CRPC members, the incidents have created total anarchy, fear and chaos not only among the people residing in different corners of Bangladesh but also for the peace loving citizens of India.
In a release issued to the media, CRPC state president Nripendra Chandra Saha, secretary general Sadhan Purakystha, and general secretary Bidhayak Das Purkayastha, have strongly criticised the inhuman torture inflicted upon the Bengali Hindus and other minorities. The CRPC team feels that it is a step towards �the cleansing policy�, thereby converting Bangladesh into an Islamic country.
The CRPC state leaders feel that even as the leaders of AIUDF, the Samajwadi Party and BJP have criticized such activities in Bangladesh through their press releases, the matter must not remain confined within the press only. They have appealed to these leaders and other leaders of various political parties of national importance, to bring up the matter immediately before the Government of India and pressurize them to take up the issue seriously with the Bangladesh government to put an end to such barbaric offences.
Further, the CRPC leaders said that if required the UNO should interfere in resolving the crisis and bring back normalcy and peace in Bangladesh so that the Bengali Hindus and other minorities are able to lead a dignified life, enjoying the rights and privileges of a true citizen of that country. �It is really unfortunate that in India there are several organizations both political and non-political who claim to fight for upholding the rights of the oppressed, even demand themselves as the path providers of the Hindus. But now, when the process of cleansing and wiping out a total Hindu community from a neighbouring country is being carried out in full swing; the so-called Hindu leaders of India are in hibernation,� the leaders of CRPC maintained.
They have also raised questions on the Indian political leaders, wondering whether they really have any feelings for their fellow brothers and sisters of Bangladesh or have no time to spare ahead of the 2014 Lok Sabha polls.
The CRPC leaders have appealed to the Asian Human Rights Commission to look into the matter as it involves violation of human rights in its most severe form of the Bengali Hindus and other minority groups in Bangladesh.