Hasina vows to root out terrorism after Dhaka siege


Dhaka, July 2: Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday vowed to root out terrorism from the nation after Islamic State terrorists laid siege to a Dhaka cafe that left six of the militants lifeless whereas 13 hostages have been rescued.

Hasina In an handle to the nation after the tip of the 12-hour-long in a single day siege on the Holey Artisan Bakery in Gulshan space within the diplomatic zone, Hasina mentioned her authorities wouldn’t enable any terrorist exercise in Bangladesh.

Hasina additionally lauded the nation’s First Para Battalion, Military, Navy and Air Power for the “profitable operation” in opposition to the Islamic State terrorists who attacked the cafe late on Friday.

“I congratulate the forces for the profitable operation in opposition to the terrorists,” the Prime Minister stated, including, “We might save 13 lives, however misplaced just a few. Six terrorists have been neutralised and one was captured alive.”

Hasina additionally stated that no religious Muslim can kill harmless individuals.

“On this holy month of Ramadan, how might they kill folks,” Hasina mentioned. “What kind of Muslims are they,” she requested.

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