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Protest rallies held in Afghanistan, Bangladesh to denounce violence against Muslims in India
March 07, 2020

Thousands of people have held protest rallies in Afghanistan and Bangladesh to denounce the state-sponsored brutalities being committed against Muslims in India and occupied Kashmir.

The protestors condemned attacks on mosques, religious seminaries and oppression against Muslims in India.

In Kabul, the civil society organized a protest rally which started from Shahr-e-Naw Park and headed towards Indian embassy. However, the participants were not allowed to go towards the embassy.

Participants of the rally were carrying banners in support of the oppressed Muslims of India and condemned the ongoing brutalities against Indian Muslims by the Modi-led regime.

The speakers also demanded of the Afghan government to sever diplomatic ties with India over brutalities against Muslims.

Another protest rally was held in Herat city after Friday prayer.

In Bangladesh, different religious groups staged a protest demonstration in front of Bait-ul-Mukaram in Dhaka against unprovoked attacks and killing of Muslims in India.

Participants of the rally chanted slogans against Indian government and expressed solidarity with their Muslim brethren who are under constant wrath of communal riots in India.

After Friday prayers, special dua was offered for the victims of New Delhi attacks in particular and persecuted Muslims of India in general.