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Mancha plans anti-communal march

08 January 2014 bdnews24.com

The Ganajagaran Mancha has planned an anti-communal march from Dhaka to Jessore on Jan 10-11 in protest against attacks on the minorities after Sunday's polls.

Imran H Sarker, the platform's spokesperson, made the announcement at a media briefing at Shahbagh on Tuesday.
Miscreants attacked, torched and ransacked houses of the Hindu community at various places including Jessore and Dinajpur after the Jan 5 general elections boycotted by the BNP-led 18-party alliance.

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