PRLog - Sep. 15, 2012 - Leaders of Bangladesh National Hindu Grand Alliance [BNHGA] expressed grave concerns at the recent violence centering release of anti-Muslim movie named ‘Innocence of Muslims’, which is spreading in a number of countries in the world, while they condemned the makers of the film. They said this movie is the creation of some mentally insane people, whose ulterior motive might have been to create social anarchy in various societies. Bangladesh National Hindu Grand Alliance leader feel that the American and Western nations should not become victim of such madness of a handpicked number of mentally insane people. They said, “Islam preaches peace and the Muslims will surely not make innocent people victim of the madness of those masterminds of the controversial movie.
They said, Muslims around the world has the fundamental right of bringing criminal charges against the producer and director of the film.
The Central Committee of Bangladesh National Hindu Grand Alliance observed one-minute silence in memory of the US ambassador in Libya and other members of the mission, who had been killed during a protest following release of Innocence of Muslims.
The meeting was presided by Bipul Kumar Biswas, while it was attended by BNHGA secretary general Advocate Gobinda Chandra Pramanik, spokesperson Polash Kanti Dey, organizing secretary Sashangko Roy, student affairs secretary Gopal Mistry, youth front president Ripon Dey, joint secretary general Debashish Das and student front leaders Pradip Kanti Dey and Suman Sarker.
The leaders of Bangladesh National Hindu Grand Alliance called upon the government to immediately stop modifying Hindu laws in the country. They warned the government to refrain from taking any steps against the interest of the Hindu communities in Bangladesh. They said, “If government will not stop such process, we shall be pressed to go for massive demonstration programs around the country”.
Bangladesh National Hindu Grand Alliance also called upon the government for immediate creation of a separate ministry for the religious minorities while allocating minority seats in the National Parliament.