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Banga Sena

Banga Sena
Leader(s) Kalidas Baidya
Motives The creation of a separate Hindu state in Bangladesh
Active region(s) Bangladesh
Ideology Hindu Nationalism, Separatism, Communalism
Major actions According to Bangladeshi sources, the Banga Sena is involved in terrorist activities against Bangladesh.

The Banga Sena (English: Bengal Army) is a separate homeland for Bengali Hindus in Bangladesh.[2] The group is led by Kalidas Baidya.[1]

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More than 400 members of the Banga Sena were arrested in India on February 18, 2003 for trying to cross over into Bangladesh from the district of

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[10] In January 2004, the director general of the Bangladesh Rifles gave a list of the camps of the remaining Shanti Bahni elements in the

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