Music can help tackle communal violence, says Bangladesh Minister
"We saw Chittagong tribals and Buddhists coming under attack. We saw Santhals being targeted... we saw in Rangpur, Hindu localities were attacked. The hyper activities of such elements ought to be overcome," the minister said.
By: PTI | Dhaka | Published: December 27, 2017 4:54 pm
Noor said while on one hand the country has embraced and sheltered Rohingya refugees, on the other hand, fundamentalists want to destroy communal harmony. (Source: Reuters)
Violence against minority communities can be tackled through the strength of music that creates a social consciousness, Bangladeshi Minister of Cultural Affairs, Asaduzzaman Noor, said at Dhaka.
Speaking at the ongoing Bengal Classical Music Festival at Dhaka last evening, Noor said while on one hand the country has embraced and sheltered Rohingya refugees, on the other hand, “fundamentalist forces want to destroy the harmony among people”.
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