President Ram Nath Kovind inaugurates Dhaka’s historic Kali Mandir destroyed by Pakistan Army in 1971

President Ram Nath Kovind at the temple. Photo: Twitter/MEAIndia

President Ram Nath Kovind at the temple. Photo: Twitter/MEAIndia

President Ram Nath Kovind on Friday initiated the notable Sri Ramna Kali Mandir here, 50 years later it was obliterated by the Pakistani powers in 1971.

Kovind is in Bangladesh on his maiden visit at the greeting of his partner M Abdul Hamid to go to the brilliant celebration festivities of Bangladesh’s freedom from Pakistan in the 1971 Liberation War.

The President Ram Nath Kovind and First Lady Savita Kovind offered petitions at the redesigned sanctuary.

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The sanctuary was obliterated by the Pakistani Army’s activity codenamed ‘Activity Searchlight’ in 1971, focusing on the obstruction development in the country.

The sanctuary was set ablaze by the Pakistani powers, killing many individuals, remembering aficionados and those dwelling for it. India upheld the redesign of the sanctuary.

Hindus make up exactly 10% of the Muslim-larger part Bangladesh’s 169 million populace. PTI

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