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Bangladesh: Human chain to remove Chinese “attack-case” on Mathbaria

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Thursday’s human chain was created to demand that false charges against the locals regarding the violent attack on them for blocking the construction of an embankment at Mathbaria, in the Pirojpur region of Bangladesh, be dropped.
The public was able to observe this human chain program at Pagla in Narayanganj, under the banner ‘Sachetan Narik Samaj’.

Many people participated in the peaceful rally.
Locals referred to the attackers as “aggressive Chinese business minded people” under the banner protest.

At the human chain, speakers said that Sheikh Hasina is leading the country forward. Despite the fact that Chinese people are causing a lot more problems. Locals remain patient even after such an attack.
They also stated that they had filed a false case against them after the attack on locals. This case should be withdrawn immediately. They warned that if the case is not withdrawn immediately, they will take further action in the future.
They addressed the Chinese Embassy in the Human Chain Program and said that they should warn their engineers, citizens, and workers to prevent such incidents from happening again.
It was learned that the residents of the neighborhood became angry on May 1 and blocked the construction work due to the complicated land acquisition process and the construction of an embankment without prioritizing the demand.
The Chinese workers clashed violently with the locals. The incident led to a false case being filed against the locals. Fear has led to many fleeing the scene.

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