Inspector General of Police (IGP) AKM Shahidul Huq has said those involved in demolition of idols in Nasirnagar of Brahmanbaria would be brought to book quickly.
"This type of incident is very sad and unexpected. We are deeply shocked over this type of denouncing incident," the IGP said while exchanging views with leaders of Hindu, Buddhist and Christian communities at the police headquarters in the capital, reports BSS.
He said the police show 'zero tolerance' toward such incidents and the government is very conscious and active in this regard.
Expressing sympathy to the affected members of Hindu community in Nasirnagar, Shahidul Huq said: "The police administration is beside you. It is our duty to ensure your security."
Leaders of Hindu, Buddhist and Christian communities demanded fair probe into the Nasirnagar incident and speedy trial of the real culprits.
They also demanded forming a monitoring cell at the police headquarters to monitor cases over attacks on religious minorities.