We present here today a photographic account of the harrowing
attacks, vandalism, torching, loot, plunder and, last but not the
least, murder of humans committed recently on the religious
minorities in Bangladesh.
All the incidence took place after declaration of verdict by one of
the two tribunals acting under International Crimes Tribunals Act
Bangladesh enacted in Parliament in 1973. The religious minority
communities are not at all a party to the trial of war criminals.
Observing the recent communal attacks in all over Bangladesh,
primary question arises: Why the religious minorities have been
the main target of the fundamental communal forces? Why are
they being persecuted atrociously? How long will it continue?