Update (15 JUNE 2022):
The same video is now being shared in the context of the alleged insulting remarks made by Nupur Sharma on Prophet Muhammad recently. However, the posted video is an old one from Pakistan. It is not related to the recent comments made by Nupur Sharma on Prophet Muhammad.
Published (30 MARCH 2022):
A video through a post is being widely shared on social media claiming that the visuals of people destroying a Hindu temple are from Bangladesh. Let us fact-check the claim made in the post.
Claim: Video of people vandalising a Hindu temple in Bangladesh.
Fact: The video is from Pakistan and not Bangladesh. The visuals are from August 2021, when a mob had vandalised Siddhi Vinayak temple in Rahim Yar district of Pakistan. Temples were vandalised recently in Bangladesh, but this video is not related to that incident. Hence, the claim made in the post is MISLEADING.
When reverse image search is done on the screenshots of the video, similar visuals were found in a Times of India article. According to the article, the visuals are from a Hindu temple in Pakistan, not Bangladesh. Siddhi Vinayak temple in Rahim Yar Khan district was vandalised by a mob in Pakistan.
Some other news outlets (here and here) have reported that the same visuals were from Pakistan, and not Bangladesh.
When the video went viral and was criticized on social media in August 2021, it has been reported that the Pakistan Prime Minister’s office ordered a probe into the incident. Later, according to a news report, the damaged temple had been handed over to the Hindu community after repairs were made to the structure.
Recently, Muslims in Bangladesh had vandalised a Hindu temple based on a Facebook post. Articles regarding the incident can be seen here and here. However, the viral video is not related to this incident that took place in Bangladesh.
To sum it up, this video of a mob vandalising a Hindu temple in Pakistan is shared as related to Bangladesh.