Hindu Buddhist Christian Unity Council suspends Priya Saha
The Hindu Buddhist Christian Unity Council on Monday suspended its organising secretary Priya Saha for breach of organisational discipline.
The decision came after an emergency meeting of the organisation’s standing committee in Dhaka.
“We decided to temporarily expel one of our organising secretaries, Priya Saha and relieve her of all her organisational duties,” said Rana Dasgupta, the head of the organisation.
The decision will take effect immediately, he added.
In a video clip on July 18, Priya Saha was seen telling US President Donald Trump, among other things, that 37 million Hindu, Buddhist and Christian people have been disappeared from Bangladesh.
She also told President Trump that her land has been grabbed by Muslim fundamentalists and sought his help so that Hindu, Buddhist and Christian people can live in Bangladesh.
The video clip went viral on social media platforms.