BJP may be silent on the recent violence against Hindu minorities in Bangladesh, but its ideologue Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has given a strong statement against the continuing brutality on the minority community in the neighboring country. In its Akhil Bharatiya Karyakari Mandal Baithak, presently going on at Dharwad (Karnataka), the RSS expresses its deep anguish over the recent outburst of violence on Hindu families in the south Asian country. A resolution, adopted in the three-day meeting (28 to 30 October 2021), terms the attacks on the temple and Sanatan families as a ‘part of larger conspiracy by Jihadi groups to further Islamisation’ of the populous country, which was born in 1971 with active supports from Indian armed forces. “The ABKM is of the view that the Government of Bangladesh should take stringent measures to prevent the mounting incidents of violence against the minorities in their country”, said sah-sarkaryawah Arun Kumar. In another aspect, the meeting decried the deafening silence of so-called human rights watchdogs and UN affiliated bodies calling upon the international community to come forward in raising their voices for the safety & security of the Bangladeshi Hindu, Buddhist and other minorities. It also cautioned that the rise of radical Islamist forces, whether in Bangladesh or in any other parts of the globe, would be a grave threat to democracy and human rights in all peace-loving nations.