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In a paper published by the Ekatturer Ghatak Dalal Nirmul Committee (the committee for annihilation of collaborators of 1971), it is reported that at least ten thousand cases of human rights abuse against minorities have taken place in Bangladesh since the Bangladesh National Party (BNP), with Khaleda Zia as president, came to power in 2001.
Shahriar Kabir was held in detention and subjected to torture between late November 2001 and late January 2002 after he visited India to interview Bangladeshi Hindu families who had fled persecution in Bangladesh after the general elections of October 2001.
Tannocks observation that Hindus, Ahmadiyyas, and tribal people in the Chittagong hills, fearful for their safety, have been leaving the country in droves is supported by evidence we provided in last years report as well as those we have included in this report.
Such detainees have usually been tortured or ill-treated while in custody.This right shall include freedom to have or to adopt a religion or belief of his choice, and freedom, either individually or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in worship, observance, practice and teaching.And most importantly, Article 27 maintains, In those States in which ethnic, religious or linguistic minorities exist, persons belonging to such minorities shall not be denied the right, in community with the other members of their group, to enjoy their own culture, to profess and practice their own religion, or to use their own language.The BNP, the dominant party in the coalition government that was formed in 2001, outlawed the Jamaat ul-Mujahedeen Bangladesh (JMB), or the Bangladesh Assembly of Holy Warriors, and the Hu JI-B in 2005, following bomb attacks in August, November and December.
Both parties, which are part of the ruling administration and forceful advocates of a Sharia system, have studiously worked to limit the scope of measures aimed at disrupting the activities of fundamentalist Islamists In a series of bombings to intimidate minorities and to force the government into precipitate action, temples, churches and monasteries were bombed in August 2005, and bombings on a larger scale were threatened In an address to the House of Lords in June 2005, for example, Lord Avebury accused the Bangladeshi High Commissioner in London, A. Mofazzal Karim, of lying and heckling at an event held at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, to discuss the treatment of minorities in Bangladesh No attempt was made last year to revamp the Vested Property Return Bill (VPRB/2001), which was a subterfuge that promised to jettison the Vested Property Act (VPA/1972) and Enemy Property Act (EPA/1965) that officially designated Hindus as enemies and was used to confiscate land and property belonging to Hindus.If you do not meet these requirements, then you do not have permission to use the Website.