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Bangladeshi Hindus seek Trump's intervention to save non-Muslims in Bangladesh

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In the wake of atrocities laid on their community, few Hindu nationals rallied yesterday in front of Trump Tower here demanding the intervention of President elect Donald J. Trump to save the non-Muslims in their country.

The rally was taken out by the Hindus from origin demanding that President elect Trump should save the non-Muslim populations there from the racial hands of militant Islam.

"We had voted for Mr. Trump and now we want to appraise him that the Hindus and other religious minorities in are routinely persecuted with no end of it in sight," Organizer Sitangshu Guha said.

"We wish do something for the sake of humanity while in office," he added.

Echoing similar sentiments, another orginizer Vincent Bruno of 'Justice for Hindus' said, "We support Mr. Trump and wish that he looks deep into the fact that how Hindus are being uprooted in and Pakistan."

A memorandum was sent to the Trump team which details minority persecution including the recent Brahmanbaria and Santal killings.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Bangladeshi Hindus seek Trump's intervention to save non-Muslims in Bangladesh

In the wake of atrocities laid on their community, few Hindu Bangladesh nationals rallied yesterday in front of Trump Tower here demanding the intervention of President elect Donald J. Trump to save the non-Muslims in their country.The rally was taken out by the Hindus from Bangladesh origin demanding that President elect Trump should save the non-Muslim populations there from the racial hands of militant Islam."We had voted for Mr. Trump and now we want to appraise him that the Hindus and other religious minorities in Bangladesh are routinely persecuted with no end of it in sight," Organizer Sitangshu Guha said."We wish President Trump do something for the sake of humanity while in office," he added.Echoing similar sentiments, another orginizer Vincent Bruno of 'Justice for Hindus' said, "We support Mr. Trump and wish that he looks deep into the fact that how Hindus are being uprooted in Bangladesh and Pakistan."A memorandum was sent to the Trump team which details minority ...

In the wake of atrocities laid on their community, few Hindu nationals rallied yesterday in front of Trump Tower here demanding the intervention of President elect Donald J. Trump to save the non-Muslims in their country.

The rally was taken out by the Hindus from origin demanding that President elect Trump should save the non-Muslim populations there from the racial hands of militant Islam.

"We had voted for Mr. Trump and now we want to appraise him that the Hindus and other religious minorities in are routinely persecuted with no end of it in sight," Organizer Sitangshu Guha said.

"We wish do something for the sake of humanity while in office," he added.

Echoing similar sentiments, another orginizer Vincent Bruno of 'Justice for Hindus' said, "We support Mr. Trump and wish that he looks deep into the fact that how Hindus are being uprooted in and Pakistan."

A memorandum was sent to the Trump team which details minority persecution including the recent Brahmanbaria and Santal killings.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Bangladeshi Hindus seek Trump's intervention to save non-Muslims in Bangladesh

In the wake of atrocities laid on their community, few Hindu nationals rallied yesterday in front of Trump Tower here demanding the intervention of President elect Donald J. Trump to save the non-Muslims in their country.

The rally was taken out by the Hindus from origin demanding that President elect Trump should save the non-Muslim populations there from the racial hands of militant Islam.

"We had voted for Mr. Trump and now we want to appraise him that the Hindus and other religious minorities in are routinely persecuted with no end of it in sight," Organizer Sitangshu Guha said.

"We wish do something for the sake of humanity while in office," he added.

Echoing similar sentiments, another orginizer Vincent Bruno of 'Justice for Hindus' said, "We support Mr. Trump and wish that he looks deep into the fact that how Hindus are being uprooted in and Pakistan."

A memorandum was sent to the Trump team which details minority persecution including the recent Brahmanbaria and Santal killings.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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