With communal tensions in Bangladesh shimmering amid the Durga Puja attacks, the violence and intolerance have become an international issue with reactions coming from all over the world. Many celebs have condemned the radicals who are responsible for communal violence.

Parambrata Chattopadhyay who has so many friends in Bangladesh has also raised his voice taking a dig at the culprits. The acclaimed actor-director took to his Facebook account to share a long note sharing his thoughts. He alleged that these recent incidents in Bangladesh will soon help ‘Hindutvawadis’ to make a communally heated environment, and use the issue for their political gain.
The ‘Sonar Pahar’ director then reiterated his message on his Twitter handle. “Attack on religious minorities, be it in India, Bangladesh or anywhere in the world, irrespective of which community is minority where, has to be condemned unequivocally, and perpetrators need to be brought to justice. Here’s a small writeup on Facebook,” Parambrata tweeted.

He then continued, “As expected, my words have attracted wrath of people from both ends of the fanatic spectrum. But for those who’re not YET blinded by hatred, request them to read the post carefully. It intends to talk of rationality and hope, doesn’t spare one over the other.”
https://t.co/iDpil6IEJb Attack on religious minorities, be it in India, Bangladesh, or anywhere in the world, irres… https://t.co/S1aFESyGP9— parambrata (@paramspeak) 1634398486000
However, his post sparked controversy as many users slammed him for such remarks despite Parambrata making it clear in his post that his words ‘intends to talk of rationality and hope’.
Meanwhile, at least six people were murdered and several others got injured during the communal violence and mayhem amid the Durga Puja celebrations in Bangladesh last week.

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