Additional Deputy Inspector General of police (Chittagong range) Mohammad Sakhawat Hossain confirmed the matter to the Dhaka Tribune.
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He said: “The findings show a number of people took advantage of the factional conflict within district and upazila level units of a political party and stoked communal hatred.”
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Shattered glass cover and frame of a Lord Krishna illustration lies on top a broken furniture and other unfocused illustration in similar state. The photo was taken on Friday, November 4, 2016; after the second wave of communal attack in different villages of Brahmanbaria's Nasirnagar upazila, triggering fresh panic among the Hindus in the upazila Mahmud Hossain Opu/Dhaka Tribune
The probe body estimated that around 20 people directly or indirectly instigated the attacks on the Hindu community of Nasirnagar that left around 100 people injured. The attackers vandalised at least 17 temples and Kali Puja pavilions, and damaged aound 60 houses on that day.
Six more houses were torched on November 4 and another on Sunday despite tight security measures taken by the administration.
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The report submitted to the Police Headquarters around 5pm on Monday stated that two police officers were negligent in their duties and should be disciplined.