Border killings are manifestations of hegemonic attitudes: Charmonai Pir

Border killings are manifestations of hegemonic attitudes: Charmonai Pir
Border killings are manifestations of hegemonic attitudes: Charmonai Pir

During Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s visit to India, the killing of Bangladeshis by BSF on the border is not an example of friendship, but an expression of India’s extreme arrogance, said the Amir and Charmonai Pir Mufti Syed Muhammad Rezaul Karim of the Islamic Movement of Bangladesh. In a statement yesterday, he said, if there is no support of the people of the country behind the power, the national interest cannot be ensured even in diplomatic negotiations, which is an example of India’s recent behavior.
Pir Saheb expressed deep concern and anger over the death of Bangladeshi youth Minhaj and the disappearance of two other Bangladeshi citizens in Dinajpur’s Dainur border last night. He strongly condemned the incident and said that the killing of Bangladeshis at the border proves that the friendship between the two countries is not equal in the joint statement of the two prime ministers; Rather, it is an expression of India’s hegemonic attitude towards its neighbours.
Charmonai Pir said in the statement, there is no example of this kind of friendship in the world except the border of Palestine-Israel and America-Mexico. The Teesta water sharing agreement was also put on hold indefinitely after the talks between the Prime Ministers of the two countries during the Prime Minister’s recent visit to Delhi. Which is India’s ambivalent behavior towards Bangladesh. Notice


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