Hefajat-e Islam has threatened to lay down their lives, if the High Court in its verdict does not uphold Islam as the state religion.
Thousands of hardline Islamists on Friday staged protests across Bangladesh against an imminent court hearing on scrapping the state religion of the Muslim-majority nation.
The Qawmi Madrasa-based organisation issued the threat ahead of hearing on a rule challenging a constitutional provision that included Islam as the state religion.
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