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Ramakrishna Mission priest gets death threat
A priest of Ramakrishna Mission received death threat in a letter came from militants.
Mridul Maharaj, a priest of Ramakrishna Mission, lodged a general diary in this connection with Wari Police Station on Wednesday night, said Zihadul Islam, officer-in-charge of Wari Police Station.
The letter reads, “Bangladesh is an Islamic State. No one will be allowed to preach Hindu religion. You just go to India, otherwise, you’ll be killed”.
The letter was posted from Gazipur in the name of Islamic State Bangladesh mentioning the sender’s name as AB Siddique on top of the letter, said the OC.
However, security has been beefed up at the Ramakrishna Mission following the death threat.