PM Narendra Modi reached Bangladesh on his two-day tour on Friday. During his visit, there was a clash between the protesting people and the local police in the city of Chittagong. Bangladesh police fired rubber bullets at the protesters and fired tear gas shells. Four people died in this clash, while dozens of people were injured during the demonstration.
Police defending the protesters in Bangladesh. Source: Times Now
According to news agency Reuters, Bangladesh police fired rubber bullets and fired tear gas shells at hundreds of protesters. The agency quoted the police as saying that the protesters marched in Dhaka, throwing stones at police officers. The police station was also vandalized. Police officer Rafiqul Islam said that the protesters had entered the police station. They ransacked here. In this situation, tear gas and rubber bullets had to be fired.
Significantly, PM Modi is on a two-day Bangladesh tour. This is his first foreign trip since the Corona era began. During this visit, PM Modi held a meeting with Bangladesh Foreign Minister Abdul Momin today. He visited the National Martyr Memorial at Savar, Dhaka, and also met people of the Indian community. PM Modi met the Dawoodi Bohra community as well.