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Wednesday, August 26, 2009

জমি দখলে সূত্রাপুরে পরিবার অপহরণ, পরে উদ্ধার

উদ্ধারের পর থানা কম্পাউন্ডে অপহৃত পরিবারের ৯ সদস্য । সমকাল


সমকাল প্রতিবেদক রাজধানীর সূত্রাপুরে জমি দখলের উদ্দেশ্যে এক পরিবারের নারী-শিশুসহ ৯ সদস্যকে অপহরণের প্রায় আট ঘণ্টা পর তাদের উদ্ধার করেছে পুলিশ। শুক্রবার রাত সাড়ে তিনটার দিকে ডিবি পুলিশ পরিচয়ে হৃষিকেশ দাশ লেনের ৯৫ নম্বর বাড়ি থেকে তাদের অপহরণ করা হয়। এ সময় ওই বাড়ি থেকে স্বর্ণালঙ্কার ও টাকা-পয়সা লুট করেছে দুর্বৃত্তরা। এ ঘটনায় জড়িত সন্দেহে পুলিশ স্থানীয় আওয়ামী লীগের চার কর্মীকে গ্রেফতার করেছে। সূত্রাপুর থানার সেকেন্ডঅফিসার সাব-ইন্সপেক্টর ফরমান আলী জানান, রাত সাড়ে তিনটার দিকে দুর্বৃত্তরা ওই বাড়ির দরজার কড়া নেড়ে ডাকাডাকি শুরু করে। বাড়ির বাসিন্দারা দরজা খুললে ১০-১২ জনের একটি দল নিজেদের ডিবি পুলিশ পরিচয় দিয়ে হুড়মুড় করে ঘরের ভেতরে প্রবেশ করে। সে সময় তাদের হাতে ছিল রিভলবার ও দেশীয় অস্ত্র। তারা ঘরে ঢুকে প্রথমে লুটপাট চালায়। সোনার গহনা, মোবাইল ফোন ও নগদ টাকা নেওয়ার পর অস্ত্রের মুখে শিশু ও মহিলাসহ নয়জনের হাত বেঁধে ফেলে এবং মুখে স্কচটেপ লাগিয়ে দেয়। এরপর তাদের হৃষিকেশ দাশ লেনের ৬৫ নম্বর হোল্ডিংয়ে জনতা ইঞ্জিনিয়ারিং ওয়ার্কসে নিয়ে আটকে রাখা হয়। অপহরণের খবর পেয়ে টহল পুলিশ তখনই অপহৃতদের উদ্ধারে বিভিন্ন স্থানে তল্লাশি শুরু করে। এ সময় সন্দেহজনক ঘোরাফেরার কারণে ইসমাইল হোসেন বাবুল (৩২), আখতার হোসেন (২৭), নিজাম উদ্দিন সাগর (২৮) ও সোহাগ (২৪) নামে চারজনকে আটক করে। পুলিশ তাদের ব্যাপকভাবে জিজ্ঞাসাবাদ করলে তারা অপহরণের কথা স্বীকার করে। তাদের দেওয়া তথ্য অনুযায়ী গতকাল শনিবার বেলা সাড়ে ১১টার দিকে হৃষিকেশ দাশ লেনের জনতা ইঞ্জিনিয়ারিং ওয়ার্কস নামে একটি দোকান থেকে অপহৃতদের উদ্ধার করে পুলিশ। অপহৃতরা হলেন নিতাই দাস (৭০), শম্ভু (৫০), মহাবীর দাস (৪৫), কাজল রানী দাস (৪২), লক্ষ্মীশ্রী দাস (৪০), বিউটি দাস (১৮), সজল দাস (১৪), সুইটি রানী দাস (১২) ও স্বর্ণা রানী দাস (৮)।এলাকাবাসী জানান, আড়াই কাঠা জমির ওপর নির্মিত নিতাই দাসদের বাড়ি। এ বাড়িতে দু'শ' বছরের পুরনো একটি রাধাকৃষ্ণ মন্দিরও রয়েছে। বাড়ির পেছনে আনন্দধারা হাউজিং লিমিটেডের একটি আবাসন প্রকল্পের কাজ চলছে। তারা এ বাড়ির জমি কেনার চেষ্টা করে। কিন্তু নিতাই দাসরা বাড়িটি বিক্রি করতে রাজি হননি। এরপরই বাড়িটি দখল নিতে মরিয়া হয়ে ওঠে আবাসন প্রকল্পের লোকজন। কিছুদিন আগে তারা একটি দলিল দেখিয়ে মন্দিরসহ বাড়ির জায়গা তাদের বলে দাবি করে। এরপর থেকে বিভিন্ন সময় তাদের পক্ষ থেকে জায়গা ছেড়ে দেওয়ার জন্য নানারকম চাপও দেওয়া হয়। এর জের ধরে এ ঘটনা ঘটে থাকতে পারে বলে এলাকাবাসী মনে করেন। বাড়ির অধিবাসী ব্যবসায়ী নিতাই দাস জানান, তারা উত্তরাধিকার সূত্রে বাড়ির মালিক। এ জমি অন্য কারও নয়। তিনি বলেন, আনন্দধারা নামে একটি ডেভেলপার প্রতিষ্ঠান দীর্ঘদিন ধরে তাদের বাড়ি বিক্রির জন্য চাপ দিয়ে আসছিল। এতে তারা রাজি হননি। এ কারণেই তাদের অপহরণ করা হয়ে থাকতে পারে বলে মনে করছেন নিতাই দাস। তিনি বলেন, আটক রাখার সময় অপহরণকারীরা একটি সাদা কাগজে তাদের স্বাক্ষর করিয়ে নেয়। রফতানি উন্নয়ন ব্যুরোর কর্মচারী ও বাড়ির অধিবাসী শম্ভু জানান, তাদের ধরে নিয়ে মারধর করা হয়েছে। বিউটি দাস জানান, তিনি এ বছর এইচএসসি পরীক্ষা দিচ্ছেন। এ ঘটনার জন্য তিনি গতকালের ব্যবহারিক পরীক্ষা দিতে পারেননি।নাম না প্রকাশের শর্তে এক প্রতিবেশী জানান, সরকারি দলের নেতাকর্মীরাই এ অপহরণের সঙ্গে জড়িত। যাদের পুলিশ গ্রেফতার করেছে তারাও আওয়ামী লীগেরই লোক। ডেভেলপার কর্তৃপক্ষের হয়ে তারা এ পরিবারটিকে উচ্ছেদের চেষ্টা চালাচ্ছে। শেষ পর্যন্ত তারাই অপহরণের ঘটনা ঘটায়। রাজধানীর ৮০ নম্বর ওয়ার্ড আওয়ামী লীগের সভাপতি মোহাম্মদ আলী গ্রেফতারকৃতদের তার দলের কর্মী বলে স্বীকার করেন। তবে তাদের দুষ্কর্মের সঙ্গে সংগঠনের কোনো সম্পর্ক নেই বলে দাবি করেন তিনি। সূত্রাপুর থানার ভারপ্রাপ্ত কর্মকর্তা (ওসি) তোফাজ্জল হোসেন বলেন, বাড়ি দখলকে কেন্দ্র করেই অপহরণের ঘটনা ঘটেছে বলে প্রাথমিকভাবে তাদের মনে হয়েছে। অপহরণের নেপথ্যে হাউজিং কোম্পানির থাকার কথাও তিনি শুনছেন বলে স্বীকার করেন।

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Urgent Action called: Gang rape of a girl belonging to a minority/ Risk of impunity

Case BGD 190809.CC.VAW
VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN / CHILD CONCERN
Gang rape of a girl belonging to a minority/ Risk of impunity


The International Secretariat of the World Organisation Against Torture (OMCT) has received information and requests your URGENT intervention in the following situation in Bangladesh.

Brief description of the situation:
The International Secretariat of OMCT has been informed by ODHIKAR, a member of the SOS-Torture Network, about the ill treatment and gang rape of Ms. Farul Das, a 16 year old Dalit girl, in the Jessore District, in south western Bangladesh.
According to the information received, around 1 a.m. on July 5, 2009, Ms. Das was going to collect some drinking water when four men attacked her from behind, gagged her and took her to a nearby garden where they raped her one after the other. When she was found unconscious by some villagers, the perpetrators had already escaped. Ms. Das was subsequently treated at Jessore General Hospital and a complaint was filed with the local police.
Local police authorities have reportedly promised to assist Ms. Parul Das with her social rehabilitation and have provided funds for her treatment. Parittran, a local NGO, has also provided funds for the same purpose.
Although many NGOs and the media have publicised the case, and although the police initially made hopeful promises with regard to the investigation and actively tried to find the alleged rapists, the suspects have not yet been arrested. According to the same information, the perpetrators have political connections and are therefore protected by the local elites.
Moreover, according to the same source, supporters’ of the alleged perpetrators exercise pressure on Ms. Das’ family to withdraw the complaint and some villagers have insulted her moral character. OMCT fears that this harassment and the lack of investigation may have discriminatory grounds because Ms. Das is a Dalit.
The International Secretariat of OMCT expresses its deep concern about the gang rape of Ms. Das and the risk of impunity for the illegal acts allegedly committed. In this respect OMCT would like to recall the legal duty of Bangladesh as a State Party to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child to “take all appropriate legislative, administrative, social and educational measures to protect the child from all forms of physical or mental violence, injury or abuse, neglect or negligent treatment, maltreatment or exploitation, including sexual abuse” (article 19 (1)) and to “protect the child from all forms of sexual exploitation and sexual abuse” (article 34). OMCT also recalls that, according to article 4(c) of the UN Declaration on the Elimination of Violence against Women, States should “[e]xercise due diligence to prevent, investigate and, in accordance with national legislation, punish acts of violence against women, whether those acts are perpetrated by the State or by private persons.”

Action requested:

Please write to the authorities in Bangladesh urging them to:
i. Take all necessary measures to guarantee the physical and psychological integrity of Ms. Parul Das and her family.
ii. Order an immediate, thorough, independent and impartial investigation into these events in order to bring those responsible for the ill-treatment to trial and apply the penal and/or administrative sanctions as provided by law;
iii. Guarantee that adequate rehabilitation and compensation is awarded to the victim;
iv. Guarantee the respect of human rights and the fundamental freedoms throughout the country in accordance with national laws and international human rights standards.

Addresses:

· Mrs. Sheikh Hasina, Prime Minister, Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh Office of the Prime, Minister Tejgaon, Dhaka BANGLADESH, Fax: +880 2 811 3244 / 3243 / 1015 / 1490, Tel: +880 2 882 816 079 / 988 8677, E-mail: pm@pmo.gov.bd or ps1topm@pmo.gov.bd or psecy@pmo.gov.bd
· Mr. M. M. Ruhul Amin, Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Bangladesh, Supreme Court Building, Ramna, Dhaka-1000, BANGLADESH, Fax: +880 2 956 5058, Tel: +880 2 956 2792
· Barrister Shafique Ahmed, Minister, Ministry of Law, Justice & Parliamentary Affairs Bangladesh Secretariat, Dhaka-1000 BANGLADESH, Tel: +880 2 7160627, Fax: +880 2 7168557
· Ms. Sahara Khatun MP, Minister, Ministry of Home Affairs, Bangladesh Secretariat, Dhaka-1000 BANGLADESH, Tel: +880 2 7169069, Fax: +880 2 7160405, 880 2 7164788
· Mr. Mahbubey Alam, Attorney General of Bangladesh, Office of the Attorney General, Supreme Court Annex Building, Ramna, Dhaka-1000, BANGLADESH, Fax: +880 2 956 1568, Tel: +880 2 956 2868
· Mr. Nur Mohammad, Inspector General of Police (IGP), Bangladesh Police, Police Headquarters', Fulbaria, Dhaka-1000 BANGLADESH, Fax: +880 2 956 3362 / 956 3363, Tel: +880 2 956 2054 / 717 6451 / 717 6677, E-mail: ig@police.gov.bd

Please also write to the embassies of Bangladesh in your respective country.

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Geneva, 19 August 2009.

Kindly inform us of any action undertaken quoting the code of this appeal in your reply.

Monday, August 17, 2009

Bengali settlers try to attack Jumma village in Longadu

Report submitted by Kapaeeng Foundation


On 14 August 2009 a group of Bengali settlers tried to attack Jumma villages at Bagachadar union under Longadu upazila (sub-district) in Rangamati district. At least four Jumma villagers were allegedly beaten and looted in this assault.
It is learnt that as per recent government declaration of withdrawal of 35 temporary camps, Kathaltali camp was declared to withdraw and accordingly, out of 30 personnel of the camp, 15 were closed to Longadu zone on 13 August 2009 and rest of forces were supposed to withdraw on 14 August 2009.
It is also reported that early in the morning on 14 August Bengali settlers from Thega Para under Bagachadar union very closed to Kathaltali camp gathered at the place near to the camp and blockaded the camp to prevent withdrawal of the forces.
At a stage around 11.30 am, a group of Bengali settlers from Thega Para equipped with lather sharp weapon and stick tried to attack on indigenous Jumma villages namely Ranjit Para and Bagachadar village. However, Jumma villagers opposed the Bengali settlers’ attack.
At that time, following Jumma villgers were attacked at Thega Para village by Bengali settlers while they were returning home from Boiragi Dokan bazaar (market). This attack was made when the victims reached at Thega Para, a village of Bengali settlers situated middle of Ranjit Para and Boiragi Doka Bazzar. They were severely beaten and looted.

The victims were:

  1. Mr. Vim Chakma (22), s/o Banshi Mohan Chakma of Ranjit Para (cell phone & Tk 200 looted);
  2. Mr. Surja Chakma (38) s/o late Rangachan Headman of Chibarega (cell phone & Tk 1000 looted);
  3. Mr. Amalendu Chakma (35) s/o Bara Bandhu Chakma of Ranjit Para (Tk 1,200 looted);
  4. Mr. Chandra Mohan Headman alias Bandukya (68) s/o late Jarmajoy Chakma of Rangi Para.

They were also compelled to sign in a paper stating that they were not beaten and looted by the Bengali settlers.
It is learnt that sensing the incident, Vice Chairman of Upazila Parishad Mr. Jane Alam, Officer-in-Charge of Longadu police station Mr. Dajjala and one Subedar (lower level commander) of Kathaltali camp rushed the spot. However, they seized all the sticks from Jumma villgers except Bengali settlers. They also held a meeting with representative of Bangali settlers and Jumma villegrs at Kathalitali camp where a committee was formed with following representatives:
Bengali settlers: Makbul, Shamsul Sarder, Jamshed leader, Kasem member, Borhan member, Gaffar (an army) and Wasim Ali Akand chairman (Bagachadar UP).
Jumma villegrs: Binoy Prasad Chakma, Tarit Kanti Chakma, Profulla master, Bina Chakma (UP member), Rupen Chakma, Sunil Kanti headman, Runu Chakma (UP member) and Subhash Chakma.
The members of the committee were asked to pacify the own community. However, the Jumma representatives alleged that Jumma villagers did not attack the Bengali settlers, rather Bengali settlers tried to do so. Hence, action should be taken against the Bengali settlers.

Monday, August 10, 2009

Bangladesh Adivasi Forum's Statement on occasion of 9 August International Indigenous Day

Submitted by: Kapaeeng Foundation
Note from Kapaeeng Foundation: Kapaeeng Foundation is pleased to send the press statement (Bangla version) of the Bangladesh Adivasi Forum on the occasion of International Day for World's Indigenous Peoples. The press statement was read out during the press conference held on 5 August 2009 at National Press Club in Dhaka.





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Thursday, August 6, 2009

OUR RESPONSE TO ATTACK ON HINDU MINORITY

Submitted by SIF


With the reference to the attached news column on the daily newspaper
“Bhorer Kagaj, dated July 27, 2009, we are very much shocked and
embarrassed for untold and inhumane torture on the minority people at
the stated place in Narsingdi.

The responsible communal people, land grabbers and the godfathers
involved in the destructive violence must be brought under rules and
order and given proper punishment but what are we getting?

We (minority community) are the citizens of a democratic state like
Bangladesh under democratic and secular government from where we can
expect justice and harmony.

We are arguing the government, civil society, well-wishers, media and
all concerned bodies to take necessary steps against the evil and
heinous deeds.


Regards,

Sonatan International Foundation (SIF)
Bangladesh



NB: Please see the attached news clipping

Monday, August 3, 2009

PCJSS Congratulates Sheikh Hasina for being elected as President of of Bangladesh Awami League

Press Release submitted by: PCJSS (Parbatya Chattagram Jana Samhati Samiti)


Dear Madam/Sir,

I am pleased to send PCJSS press release signed by its President Mr. Jyotirindra Bodhipriya Larma congratulating Sheikh Hasina and Syed Ashraful Islam for being elected as President and General Secretary of Bangladesh Awami Leaguerespectively during 20th National Council held in Dhaka on 24 July 2009. Please find the attachment.



Sincerely Yours


Mangal Kumar Chakma

Information and Publcity Secretary
PCJSS (Parbatya Chattagram Jana Samhati Samiti)
Kalyanpur, Rangamati-450000,
Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh
Tel+Fax: +880-351-61248
E-mail: pcjss.org@gmail.com, pcjss@hotmail.com
Website: http://www.pcjss-cht.org

Indigenous crippled woman raped by a Bengali Muslim settler in Dighinala

Report Submitted by: Kapaeeng Foundation.

On 31 July 2009 a physically handicapped indigenous Chakma woman (20) of Dighir Parh of Boradom under Dighinala upazila in Khagrachari district has been raped by a field worker of Grameen Bank named Nazrul Islam.

It is learnt that on that day at around 3:30 pm field worker of Grameen Bank Nazrul Islam went to Dighir Parh by a motorbike to collect the installment of micro credit. He entered the house of victim in the name drinking water and raped the victim when he found alone. At that time, victim’s parents were not at the house. A case was filed with Dighinala police station by the victim’s guardian. But the culprit is yet to be arrested.

A procession protesting against the rape was brought out by Hill Women’s Federation and students of different educational institutions in Dighinala on 1 August 2009 demanding punishment of the culprit.