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IGP suggests Bangladesh bloggers to not ‘cross the line’.

IGP suggests Bangladesh bloggers to not ‘cross the line’. Two days after the murder of Niladri Chatterjee Niloy who said he was refused a complaint, the inspector general of police (IGP) has advised the bloggers not to write blogs that may hurt religious sentiments reports bdnews24.com. AKM Shahidul Hoque’s call comes at a time when police are drawing harsh criticisms over their failure to solve the cases of killings of four bloggers in six months this year, the report said quoting his press briefing at the Police Headquarters on August 9. The IGP also suggested notifying police if anyone’s blog was found to be offensive to religions, saying “There will always be free thinkers. I have enough respect for them. But we need to remember that hurting religious se...
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