Modi’s visit to Bangladesh reveals sensational information against Hefazat leader

BanglaHunt Desk: Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Bangladesh on March 26. Tulkalam incident was tied to Bangladesh around that visit. Violence spread throughout the country. This time, the extremist Islamic organization Hefazati Islami denied responsibility for the violence. Hefazat-e-Islami leader Junaid Babungari claimed that Hefazat-e-Islami had no role in the violent protests that took place across the country at that time.

However, Hifazat-e-Islami aimed to overthrow the Hasina government in the face of opposition to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit. Moinul Haque, the head of the radical Islamic organization, himself has admitted to the sensational conspiracy. Their aim is to build a Bangladesh like Pakistan or Afghanistan like the jihadi organization called ‘Tehreek-e-Labaik’ of Pakistan. Behind which is the support of Jamaat Shibir.

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This time, the information of the financial transaction of Tk 6 crore was found in the bank account of Moinul Haque, the head of ‘Hefazat-e-Islami’ Hafiz Akhter, Additional Commissioner of Police in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, said, “313 people have been identified as financiers for this extremist organization. It is to be noted that in the protests that took place in Upper Bengal around Modi’s visit to Bangladesh, arrests are still being made by the administration.

Among them, the transaction of so much money in the account of Moinul Haque, the head of Hefazat, became a cause of headache for the administration of that country. Moinul was arrested from a madrasa in Dhaka on April 18 in connection with the Bangladesh protests. There are about 16 cases against him. Moinul’s phone was recovered a few days ago. From there it is known that money used to come to him from abroad.