Shahi Imam of Kolkata mosque censures Bangladesh dread assault.

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Kolkatta, July 7 : Condemning the late dread strike in Dhaka, Bangladesh, the Shahi Imam of the Tipu Sultan mosque in Kolkata, Noorul Rahman Barkati on Thursday said that there is a need to battle terrorism in an assembled way.

He said, “Quran and Islam, both censure terrorism and the executing of individuals, and terrorists are most exceedingly awful than creatures. We have to join against it similarly as we battle back our outside adversaries.”

He included, “The terrorists have stigmatized all Islamic nations by spreading a wrong message of Islam. Their thought process is to upset Indian arrangements and aggravate collective amicability over the world, and I ponder, from where they are getting reserves for such operations?”

The Shahi Imam said, “India has gigantic appreciation in Saudi Arabia as we helped them amid their terrible times. Thus, India ought to approach them for help against terrorism.”

Barkati likewise said he had met Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheik Hasina and asked for her to censure the assault and make solid move against terrorists in the nation.

The Dhaka dread assault left 28 individuals dead, including 20 prisoners, the vast majority of whom were executed with the assistance of sharp weapons. The assault was censured by the world.