Hindu priest killed in Bangladesh claimed ISIS
#Cosmoread: Islamic State of India bordering Bangladesh claimed a gun and a knife in the temple of the Hindus against the brutal murder of a chief priest is the first attack of the dreaded outfit. Among the series of attacks on religious minorities Hindus claimed it.
Murder of 50-year-old Roy Janeshwar in Sonapota Village
Sonapota village yesterday about how the murder of 50-year-old Roy Janeshwar US-based Site Intelligence Group said the report is private. 494 km from here, in North Panchagdh district Deviganj Upjila two pilgrims also were injured in the attack.
IS said in a statement that a security campaign against the founder and chief priest of the temple of the soldiers Deviganj scrapped.
It is said that weapons were being targeted in areas of northern Bangladesh Panchagarh One of his companions were killed.
Monitor activities online jihadist group linked to the IS Amak news agency said in a release of ISIS has claimed responsibility. The claim could not be independently confirmed.
Roy was founded in 1998 and since then, the temple chief priest as its head and were working.
It was the first attack on a Hindu priest and attacks on minority communities in the past six months is the fifth case in which suspected Islamic militants were Shia Muslims and moderate Sufi preachers spate of attacks, including on.
However, a senior police officer said the preliminary investigation, it has come out that the banned Jama’atul Mujahideen Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami and the wing could be concerned by this assassination.