Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Bangladesh now Internationally identity disappearance Country


Bangladesh now Internationally Identity disappearance Country.
and poet Farhad Mazhar
was found 18hours after went missing,
Bangladesh now Internationally Identity disappearance Country.
Because Bangladesh is not ractification United Nations (UN)
Desappearance Chater. United Nation lot of time request
Bangladesh government ractifiction disappearance Chater
which UN passed International Convention against Disappearance 1992.
 Writer columist and poet Farhad Mazhar was found 18hours
 after he reportedly went missing,

Friday, June 23, 2017

Say No to Corruption


Corruption is the abuse entrusted power for Private gain, It hurts everyone who depends on the integrity of People in a Position of Authority.
Fight Corruption in Aid delivery and Aid as Driver of Corruption.
First: Donor or delivery modalities are often vulnerable to Corruption.
Second: Increasing the flow of Aid may contribute to increase Levels of Corruption.

Friday, June 2, 2017

Bangladesh Four River arround Dhaka City Buriganga, Turag, Shitalakyya and Balu river are worst polluted


Sustainable Environment Balance, Water Pollution protection is the first priority. Surface and ground water polluted by human activities, The Four rivers arround the Dhaka City

Friday, April 14, 2017

Bangladesh old Age Pension



BANGLADESH BECAME UNHUMAN SOCIETY AND UNHUMAN COUNTRY.

 Campaign for Bangladesh old age pension for 1.5million people.

 Bangladesh now every old person over 65years 0.9million people

 need to Demand Social Security in every Month from the Goverment

 of people´´s Republic of Bangladesh. Bangladesh Government told,

 They pay taka-500.00 in 6.5 Euro per month six million peple but

 balance 0.9 billion people still waiting for

 old age pansion. I urge European Union and European Parliamenrt

 to talk with Bangladesh Government.Bangladesh is one of the twenty

 countries in the World with the larest elderly populations, and by 2025

 will 44% elderly people. (SERVEY BY STOCKHOLAM UNVERSITY) Bangladesh

 demanding Bangladesh is Middle income country, As per UN NATION PROTOCOL

 DEVELOPMENT COUNTRY COULD NOT GET SOME FACILITIES SUCH AS GSP,

 I HERE LOT OF

 BANGLADSEH RULING PARTY LEADER INCLUEDED PRIME MINISTER DEMAND,

 ´´BANGLADESH MIDDLE INCOME COUNTRY. I URGED TO EUROPEAN UNION TO ASKED

 THIS MATTER ALSO BANGLADESH GOVERNENT GIVEN STATEMENT.BECAUSE BANGLADESH

 LOOSING GSP IN EUROPEAN UNION, IT IS BIG LOSS FOR BANGLADESH. SPCIALLY I AM PERSONALLY SUPPORT bANGLADESH TO GET GSP UNTIL REACHED IN MIDDLE INCOME COUNTRY, AGAIN I URGE TO BANGLADESH GOVERNMENT TO PAY OLD AGE PENSION BALANCE 0.9

 MILLION PEOPLE AS URGENT. Bangladesh Finance Minister Told

 this year Bangladesh GDP 7.15 only shortage money 6.00 Euro for each

 old age pension people. Bangladesh Every Parliament Member received

 US$500.00for their car monthly fuel Charges 

 on that time Money is no problem for Bangladesh

 only for Old age Pension people Bangladesh finance Minister

 Buget became Short. This is call unhuman Society,

 Bangladesh now unhuman society also became unhuman country.

Saturday, February 18, 2017

In Bangladesh 2016 upto 30th Octobar 69 people are disappearances.

Human Right watch Report 2016 in Bangladesh the rights of speech and assenbly are coming under sustained attacked by Bangladesh´s increasingly authoritarian government.Bloggers and others espousing secular values have been killed or injured by Extremist Groups. Security Forces continue enforced disappearances, killings, and arbitary arrests with impunity. Bangladesh has the highest rate of marriage in the World for Girls in 15years. This year 2016 upto 30th Octobar 69 People are disappearances in Bangladesh.

Saturday, January 28, 2017

Monday, December 26, 2016

400 thousand Street children in Dhaka, Bangladesh



Bangladesh has more than 64 million children, and 400 hundreds of thousands of them live on the streets in Dhaka. These children are denied an education, medical care and acceptance in society. Street children in Bangladesh are 2.5 times more likely to be excluded from school than their counterparts from wealthier backgrounds, locking them into a vicious cycle of poverty. Street children can often be found sleeping rough at Kamalapur, the main railway station in Dhaka, and its neighbouring bus station.