Attempt to enter stadium wearing Pakistani jersey, youth gang-raped (with video)

In Chittagong, a Bangladeshi man wearing a Pakistani jersey and going to the stadium to watch a game was beaten up by the workers of an organization called “Bangladesh Muktiyuddha Mancha”. The incident took place outside the Zahur Ahmad Chowdhury Stadium during the Bangladesh-Pakistan first Test in Chittagong around 10:30 am on Friday (November 26). At that time, the young man who was wearing a Pakistani jersey was chased and the jersey was removed from his body.

Muktiyuddha Mancha Central Committee Vice-President. Hasan said if any citizen of Bangladesh wants to come on the field wearing Pakistani jersey, he will not be allowed to enter. We have been stationed at the entrance of the field since morning. He added that Pakistani citizens would be allowed to enter the field with dignity. In the morning, a Bangladeshi citizen wearing Pakistani jersey wanted to enter the gallery. We did not allow him to enter.

Meanwhile, some Bangladeshi supporters who came to watch the game said that any Bangladeshi citizen wearing a Pakistani jersey or flying a flag means that he is a descendant of Razakar. He is a traitor. In 1971, just because they were Bengalis, for the crime of saying ‘Joy Bangla’, those who carried out genocide for independence could not be supported.

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