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Monday, December 9, 2013
Friday, December 6, 2013
An Open Letter to the UN Assistant Secretary General for Political Affairs by the Asian Human Rights Commission
Honourable Assistant Secretary General, Mr. Oscar Fernández-Taranco,
BANGLADESH: UN intervention needed urgently for saving ordinary people's lives and liberties
The Asian Human Rights Commission is writing to you on the eve of your third visit to Bangladesh, a country plunged into deep political and constitutional crisis. Tomorrow, on December 6, 2013, after your arrival in the capital city of Dhaka, in Bangladesh, you will definitely see many burned skeletons of vehicles left by the side of the streets and avenues. The brutalities that the ordinary people are forced to suffer every day in recent months could be seen and heard from countless innocent victims screaming in hospitals, often without adequate treatment facilities. Dozens of people have been killed by attacks on public transport in the last few weeks. Crude handmade bombs, petrol bombs and other explosives are being regularly used to cause burn injuries and deaths of human beings across the country, including in the capital city. The police, paramilitary forces and other law-enforcing agencies are randomly opening fire pointing guns toward the protestors who belong to the opposition. Endless political violence reigns all over Bangladesh at the moment of your travel in Dhaka, which is literally disconnected from the rest of the country, by political blockades.
The AHRC perceives that you have already acquired comprehensive understanding about the human rights situation of Bangladesh through other institutions of the UN and your last two visits in person. You might have observed how the state agencies have illegally arrested a number of senior leaders of the main opposition, without any provocation from the latter. The prisons of Bangladesh are now overcrowded with detainees to more than three times their actual capacity. The prisons and detention centres not only accommodate the convicts of crimes, but also house a large number of pro-opposition activists, newspaper editors, journalists, lawyers, human rights defenders and ordinary citizens in fabricated cases, to satisfy the wish of the ruling authorities.
Amongst human rights defenders, those who want to step forward with commitments of documenting the gross abuses of human rights are under constant surveillance, with imminent threats of further arrest, detention and custodial torture at the hands of the law-enforcement agencies that have a reputation of maintaining a torturous system. A few members of civil society who have dared to criticise the lawless and unconstitutional actions of the government, and the Prime Minister in particular, have been facing death threats from unknown callers or criminal attacks on their residences and vehicles on the streets. The situation has compelled the spokespersons of the opposition to go into hiding to avoid arrest, detention and torture. The space for a dissident voice has been reduced to such a non-existent level that the opposition leaders are video-recording their statements from undisclosed places and disseminating them to the media and to the public through modern technologies.
The Election Commission (EC) of Bangladesh has been reshuffled by the government. Those who are loyal to the incumbent government are recruited to head the EC, which has also recruited the pro-ruling party activists in the field level offices across the country. The EC has complied with the government to weaken the electoral procedures when at least 28 provisions of the Representation of Public Order (RPO) were amended by the government. The delimitation of the constituencies of the parliamentary seats has allegedly been made for the convenience of the ruling parties' contestants. Electoral offences can hardly be adjudicated by the EC under the changed RPO. The EC's ability of guaranteeing a transparent and credible election has now been reduced much more than ever before. However, they have announced the schedule of election, hurriedly, without taking all the opposition parties in confidence, allegedly to please for pleasing the ruling alliance parties.
By repealing the provision of 'Non-party Care-taker Government' in the Fifteenth Amendment of the Constitution of Bangladesh, the incumbent Prime Minister Mrs. Sheikh Hasina, has created a crisis to perpetuate her power. All power of the state is centred, possessed and implemented as per the direction of the Prime Minister, according to the current edition of the Constitution. The Supreme Court was previously used by the Government to make the Fifteenth Amendment of the Constitution. Constitutional interpretations by the jurists are being replaced by the version of the Premier. Prior to the general election candidates having capacity to exercise muscle power are chosen by the ruling party so that the ordinary voters are panicked either to vote in favour of the ruling party or abstain from casting their votes.
The feuding political parties are waging war against each other using the state agents and non-state actors to establish their muscle power. Both political groups are well aware of the powerlessness of the Election Commission. Nobody in Bangladesh believes that the existing Election Commission is capable of holding a credible and transparent general election, as scheduled on January 5, 2014. The government provokes the opposition to retaliate violently so that the latter's public standing is gravely damaged, which may benefit the ruling parties, despite the loss of public legitimacy due to endless corruption and misrule for the last five years. Subsequently, the situation has become violent resulting in numerous deaths; and physical, psychological, economic, educational and social impairments and impediments.
Being a party to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights the Government of Bangladesh has an obligation under Article 2 to take 'administrative , legislative and judicial' initiatives to guarantee the rights of the people. Sadly, it is not agreeing to create a level playing ground for the upcoming general election. The authorities appear to be determined to hold a farcical election excluding the major parties. The excuse of 'protecting the constitution' is not going to solve the problem on the ground.
In such a situation the AHRC strongly feels that the UN should urgently intervene in normalising the situation of Bangladesh, as soon as possible, for the sake of saving lives, livelihood, and liberty of a poverty-stricken nation. We are aware of the UN's appreciable role in holding elections in Kenya, which was in a civil war in the last decade. The UN must play a key role in holding a credible and transparent election in Bangladesh drawing upon its experiences in Kenya and other countries.
The Asian Human Rights Commission thanks you for your kind attention to this matter.
Asian Human Rights Commission, Hong Kong
Asian Human Rights Commission, Hong Kong
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 12:44 AM
Monday, November 25, 2013
Bangladesh Democracy based on Corruption.
The Bangladesh Jatiya Sangsad on Monday amended the Representation of the people Order 1972 paving the way for political turncoats to contest the next general Election. The amendment dropped the clause in the Representation of the People Order 1972 that made it mandatory for a candidate to be a member of a registered political party for three years so that political turncoats could contest the next general election. Now no need to registered with any political party for the person want to participate the general election. As a result, Awami League, BNP, Jatio party sold their nomination to the rich people those are interested to elected Parliament Member.
As Example, During caretaker government in 2007-2008, Mr. Babul of Jamina group asking nomination from Awami League and offer taka 30 crore but on that time others reasons Awami League is not agreed to gave nomination to Mr. Babul after that, Mr Babul join president Ershad Jatio party, it is told by Awami League Ex-general secretary Late Abdul Jalil in the interrogation in join force that video still in www.youtube.com and linke is here : http://youtu.be/R0HTayNCG5w
I am also witness is one of the case during President Iajuddin arranged general election Awami League nominated one my business friend from Sirajgonj now present MP was Abdul Latif Biwas. I asked him, How you got the nomination from Awami League. You are never believe the ideology of Sheikh Mujibar Rahman. He toldme that, he buy this nomination from Awami league. Now if you want to be became Parliament Member no need to do politics and ideology. You need money to buy the nomination paper. It is called- Commercialisation of politics and trading of candidature before election.
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 1:13 AM
Thursday, November 21, 2013
In Bangladesh 306 peoples dead in political unrest in 2013.
This picture shows the political terrorist people of the different parties such as Awami League, BNP, Jamat-e-Islami carrying sharp long knife during political unrest in Bangladesh.
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 4:20 AM
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Awami League Government arrested Sheikh Hasina ex-adviser Abdul Awal Mintoo.
Who is Abdul Awal Mintoo and how he came from America during the time of Ziaur Rahman rule in Bangladesh and established his first office in 48, Purna Paltan, Dhaka-1000, When president Ziaur Rahman first visit in America. Abdual Awal mintoo was the chief of the President Ziaur Rahman reception committee. Shiekh Hasina knows it, but when Awami league came in power, Abdul Awal Mintoo appointed as a Adviser of Sheikh Hasina. After that Frigate corruption case came against Abdul Awal Mintoo and
Sheikh Hasina. Abdul Awal Mintoo was the agent of Frigate suppliers. It was alleged that Taka.511.17 crore losses. During Caretaker government 2007, joint interrogation cell took interview Abdul awal Mintoo told in front of Awami League Ex-secretary general Abdul Jalil. Abdul Awal Minoo collected money from business community and all money handover directly to Sheikh Hasina and Late Abdul Jalil agreed it..........more
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 5:36 AM
Saturday, November 16, 2013
This is my party poster written here "Good starting point for our country, German economy continues to grow.
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 11:36 AM
Book name: Environment friendly economy, Social Market Economy
Written by: Md. Jamal Hossain Buian, Member, Christian Democratic Union of Germany, CDU
The term "social market economy" was never specifically named in Germany's constitution as the country's
economic system, because the constitution does not contain a separate section on the economy. Nevertheless, central elements in Germany's legal system-including its basic rights, the freedom of association and contractual freedom and the freedom to choose a profession and place of employment-lay the foundations for the social market economy and exclude extremes such as a centrally planned economy or an unfettered market economy. In May 1990, the Treaty establishing a Monetary , Economic and Social Union between the Federal Republic of Germany and the former German Democratic Republic set forth law the social market economy constitutes Germany's common economic order.
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 1:48 AM
Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Bangldesh Detective branch police is Torture a woman in open day in the street in Bogra, Bangladesh during nation wide 84 hours strike called by 18 party alliance. My question to United Security council Members . This kind of force have any kind of quality to work United Nation Peace keeping Mission. Total 302 people till to date 10/11/2013 dead in political violence in this year 2013. Political problem still running. Opposition party leader Begum Khaleda Zia house arrest. Bangladesh Jatio party Chairman H. M. Ershad told in interview with NTV , Bangladesh government disconnected water supply line of House of opposition party leader Begum Khaleda Zia, This is not democracy.
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 12:06 AM
Sunday, November 10, 2013
Bangladesh: Awami League Government arrested Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Ex-adviser Mr. Abdul Awal Mintoo
Awami League always told- They will build the dream of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibar Rahman "Sonar Bangla". My questions to the leader of Awami League and party worker- what is the relation between Abdul Awal Mintoo and the ideology of Sheikh Mujibar Rahman, When Awami League came in power Abdul Awal Mintoo became adviser of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Is Abdul Awal Mintoo believe the ideology of teh sheikh Mujibar Rahman ? After that Frigate corruption case came against Abdul Awal Mintoo and Sheikh Hasina both are accused in same case. Who is Abdul Awal Mintoo and How he came from America during the time of Ex-President Ziaur Rahman rule in Bangladesh and established his his first office in 48, Purna Paltan, Dhaka, Bangladesh. When President Ziaur Rahman, First visit in America . Abdul Awal Mintoo was the chief of the reception Committee.
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 4:52 AM
Saturday, November 2, 2013
Corruption of Sheikh Hasina- Abdul Jalil Confession-
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 3:27 PM
We, the people,still believe that our obligation as Americans are not just to ourselves, but to all posterity. We will respond to the threat of climate change, knowing that the failure to do so would betray our children and future generations. Some may still deny the over wheiming judgement of science, but non can avoid the devastating impact of raging fires and crippling drought and more powerful storm.
The path towards sustainable energy source will be long and sometimes difficult, But America cannot resist this transition, we must lead it, We cannot cede to other nations the technology that will power new jobs and new industries. We must claim our promise. That how will maintain our economic vitality and our national treasures-our forests and waterways, our croplands and snow-capped peaks. That is how we will preserve our plant, commanded to our care by God. That what will lend meaning to creed our fathers once to declared.
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 2:25 AM
Monday, October 28, 2013
This news published in the Daily Star, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 18-12-2008.
Report: M Abul Kalam Azad
BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia owns more assets than Awami League President Sheikh Hasina , although Khaleda annual earning is less than her rival, according to wealth statements submitted by the two leaders to the Election Commission.
Khaleda annual earning amount to nearly TK:25 lakh while Sheikh Hasina earns Tk. 30 lakh and the BNP chief owns assets worth about TK.3.77 crore while the Awami League Chief owns assets worth about Tk. 3.48 crore.
Sheikh Hasina annual earning of TK:20.79 lakh comes from shares, savings and other bank deposits while Khaleda put her highest chunk of earning worth TK. 12.97 lakh in the miscellaneous section without mentioning sources.
Sheikh Hasina earns TK:4.50 lakh from agriculture and TK:4.48 lakh from house rent while Khaleda Zia earns TK.5,23 lakh from house rent and TK. 7.73 lakh from shares, savings and other bank deposits.
According to their affidavits accompanying their applications for candidacy in the 9th parliamentary election.
Hasina has movable property worth about Tk.3.47 crore while her immovable property amounts to TK.1,7 lakh.The largest chunch of her assets is deposited in different banks and financial institutions , which is worth around TK.3,18 crore.
The Awami League chief has gold and ornaments worth TK. 13,25 lakh, vehicles worth TK.6 lakh and furniture worth Tk.7,40 lakh. She also has cash worth Tk.1.50 lakh.
On the other hand, the BNP chief mentioned that out of her movable property, she has TK.36.52 lakh in cash, TK.2.75 lakh crore deposited in various bank and financial institution, electronics worth Tk.2.60 lakh.
She also has 50 tolas of gold.
In the immovable property sections, Khaleda Zia, who is contesting in the December 29 parliamentary election in Bogra-6, and 7 and in Feni-1 constituencies, disclosed that she owns land worth TK:12,300, and that she is also the one third owner of a house.
Both of the chief politicians mentioned politics as their profession and that neither of them has any foreign currency in possession.
Sheikh Hasina , who will contest in the general election for the seats of Rangpur-6, Golpalganj-3, and Bagerhat-1, has a Bachelor of Arts degree while Khaleda mentioned that she is self-educated.
The Awami League chief is currently facing 16 cases which were either suspended by the court or are under investigation while the four cases the BNP chief is facing were also suspended by the court.
Sheikh Hasina did not fill in the section 7 of the mandatory disclosures that asks candidates to mentioned the promises they had made to voters during previous election , while Khaleda said in the section that she tried her best for the overall development of her constituency.
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 3:38 AM
Thursday, October 24, 2013
Sunday, October 20, 2013
Army back caretaker government in Bangladesh-2007-2008
This news published in the Daily Star Magazine 16 March, 2007.
Bangladesh for the country dishonest amoral businessmen. national elections become another source of earning a few millions. both the major political parties remain hostage to these corrupt person who buy the BNP and Awami League ticket at a price as high as 5-10 crores taka.
Though in paper they both claim to profess democracy and transparency, the BNP and Awami League have remained a bastion of undemocratic behaviour. It is no less than tragic that 17 years after the two leader, Khaleda Zia and Sheikh Hasina, who had led a mass upsurge against military ruler Ershad vile regime have themselves remained symbols of dictatorshipin their own parties.
There exists not a shred of internal democracy in the BNP, where party leader Khaleda Zia holds absolute power. The Awami League on the other hand, regularly hold council, and follows what the party-members call democracy,bur from electing (Choosing) presidium members to party general secretary, Sheikh Hasina wishes are command to the party councilors.
When it comes to party leadership both the parties have dictators as the party Chief.
How the parties fund themselves is a mystery. Whenever both the leaders are asked about funding of their parties they name Ghost benefactors who prefer to remain anonymous, Some of these Ghost benefactors run an underground economy, and remain virtually untouched by the law in exchange loyality that they show the amount of cash given as donatins to the BNP and Awami League.
It is not at all surprising that through both BNP and Awami League have been vocal about each other demonic rule, neither the BNP nor the Awami League has done anything substantial to try the other parties leader for corruption when each one of them in power.
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 12:27 PM
17 July 2007, Sheikh Hasina arrested.
On 17 July 2007, The daily Star, Dhaka, Bangladesh reports that: The joint forces zesterday arrested Awami League President Sheikh Hasina at her Dhanmondi residence in the city at around daybreak and later a court sent her to jail on charges of "Extortion".
According to the report the arrest created some political dissatisfaction: Awami League supporters trying to stop the car carrying Sheikh Hasina, the police charged baton and fired three rounds of rubber bullet to desperse the angey mob.
The repot note that: In april, the government had tried to force Hasina stay abroad by imposing a ban on her coming home from UK. But in the face of criticism both at home and abroad. it withdrew the restrictions, leading to a triumphant return for her and that, Political observers see the arrest as a leap towards. the
"minus-two theory" that seeks to dethrone Hasina and BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia who have reigned over the country politics for years. "Hasina arrested,sent to sub-jail", 17 july, The Daily Star, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 1:25 AM
Thursday, October 17, 2013
42 YEARS HISTORY OF CORRUPTION
AFTER INDEPENDENCE STILL RUNNING
DISAPPEARANCE FROM PRISON-REPORT REUTERS
FALSE COMMITMENT GIVEN BY AWAMI LEAGUE
AND BNP BOTH POLITICAL PARTY BEFORE ELECTION
AWAMI LEAGUE DOING POLITICS IN THE NAME OF
BANGABANDHU SHIEKH MUJIBUR RAHMAN
BNP DOING POLITICS IN THE NAME OF ZIAUR RAHMAN
IF BOTH PERSONS NOW ALIVE
BOTH ARE FEEL SHAME
AWAMI LEGUE BELIEVE IN "FREE MARKET ECONOMY"
BNP ALSO BELIEVE IN "FREE MARKET ECONOMY"
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENT ?
NEED CHANGED BANGLADESH ?
NEED NEW BANGLADESH ?
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Army back Caretaker government in Bangladesh,2007-2008.
August 2003-BAC submits charge sheet on frigate purchase.
On 4 August 2003 "Prothom-Alo" reported that-After a yearlong investigation, the Bureau of Anti-Corruption has submitted the charge sheet in the Frigate purchase case. The Charge sheet included former Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, former Chief of staff of Bangladesh Navz Real Admiral "retd"Nurul Islam, Former Chief of staff, operation of Bangladesh Navy Commodore, retd, AKM Azad, Former director, Naval Plan, Commodore, retd, Haroon-or-Rashid. Chairman of the Trans World Engineering and trading Company Limited Abdul Awal Mintu and Commodore, retd, M. Shahabuddin. The case was filled with the Tejgaon Police station on August 7 last year accusing the for misappropriation of public money and miuse of power in purchasing the DW 2000H Frigate. It was alleged that the purchase made the public exchequer count Tk. 511.17 crore in losses. The charge sheet was submitted to the court under section 409/418/109 of the Penal Code and section 5(2) of Ant-Corruption Act of 1974-Prothom Alo, 4 August, Charge sheet in Frigate purchase Case, 2003, Daily times.
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 1:40 AM
Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Army back Caretaker goverment in Bangladesh-2007-2008.
Sheikh Hasina arrested.
9 February,1999, eight MiG-29 fighter planes were procured for Bangladesh Air Force during Hasina tenure in line with the technical deal signed between Bangladesh and Russia. Hasina Faces Trial: High Court rejects appeal to quash MiG-29 case, 2007, Bangladesh news, 7 September.
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 2:11 PM
Monday, October 14, 2013
United Nations High Commission for Human Rights told- The government is showing signs of heading in an increasingly authoritarian direction. In these countries, the principals of protecting the right of individuals are gradually being abandoned by the manner in which legal systems operate. For example, the arbitrary arrest and detention of Mr. Adilur Rahman Khan, Secretary "ODHIKAR" ON 10 August, 2013 by the government of Bangladesh illustrates this realty.
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 3:26 AM
Sunday, October 13, 2013
In 2007, Army back Caretaker government after assuming power on January 11, the constitutionally mandated caretaker government has taken some bold steps to bring corrupt politicians and bureaucrats on the dock. Now that some former Ministers and MPs are on the run, where do politics in the changed Bangladesh? And what should the caretaker government do now to set the country back on track.
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 3:49 AM
Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Army back Caretaker government in Bangladesh,2007-2008,
This picture published in the Daily Star, Dhaka, Bangladesh in 14th January,2007.
From Left: Geeti Ara Safiya Chowdhury, Major General ( Retd) MA Matin, Dr. Mirya Azizul Islam and Barrister Moniul Hossain being sworn in as advisers to the Caretaker government at the Bangabhaban last night. Photo: PID
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 11:35 PM
Army back Caretaker government,2007-2008,Expensive vehicles seized from Corrupted politicians in Bangladesh
Army back Caretaker government in Bangladesh,2007-2008, Expensive vehicles seized from Corrupt politicians and businessmen in areas Shyampur police Station in the Dhaka city, Bangladesh during joint forces raids are kept under open Sky near the Bangladesh China Friendship Bridge at Postagola. A policeman is seen keeping tally.
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 2:02 AM
Sunday, October 6, 2013
Army back Caretaker government in Bangladesh-2007-2008: Files of Niko graft cases to be seized soon.
This news published in the Daily Star Dhaka, Bangladesh , 7th January,2008.
Files and documents relating to the Niko graft cases filed against former prime ministers Khaleda Zia and Sheikh Hasina by the Anti-Corruption Commission ( ACC ) will be seized soon.
On December 9, ACC file two separate cases against Khaleda, Hasina and eight others for alleged corruption and irregularities in awarding deals to Niko, a Canadian gas-and-oil exploration Company.
Sources said the files and documents concerning the Khaleda case would be seized within "two to four days" while those related to the case against Hasina would be seized within January 15.
"Letters have already been sent" to ministers concerned. Petrobangla and Bangladesh Petroleum Exploration Company in this regard, the sources said.
After the files are seized, the investigation officers ( IO) will review them to determine as to whose statements will be required to record.
The IOs, ACC deputy directors Shabbir Hasan and Shahidur Rahman, are also expected to make spot visits in connection with the high-profile cases, filed amid the ongoing purge in the interim period.
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 1:44 AM
Saturday, October 5, 2013
This picture 26/10/2006 published in the Daily star Dhaka, Purna Paltan area beside House Building Corporation Awami League Cadre bring "Logi and Bytha" by order of their leader Present Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Jamat-e-Islam and BNP alliance bring sharp knife and involved in Clash Whole day as result approximately 11 people killed by both party. In the evening. 11 General of Bangladesh Army leading by General Moyen U Ahmed meet with President Late Iajuddin Ahmed than Emergency declared by President in Bangladesh and Army back Caretaker government came in power appointed as Chief Adviser Dr. Fakhruddin Ahmed.
Both party submit the case in the police station but not a single people got punishment in that case. Case is dismiss in the court due to witness. This is actual Law and Order situation in Bangladesh. Bangladeshi politicians keeping hostage 16 billion peoples. In 2013 Bangladeshi politicians trying to create same situation to loss of innocent life only for politicians came in power for doing corruption and earned money. I urge to Bangladeshi youth not involved this kind of activities. Powers in your hand to Changed Bangladesh to make new Bangladesh. Think about your future life before casting your vote. Do not cast your vote for Corrupt politicians.
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 3:04 AM
Thursday, October 3, 2013
Both Prime Ministers are in prison charged of Corruption during Army back Caretaker government in Bangladesh,2007-2008
This news published in the Daily Star, in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Friday,14th September 2007. under head line
"TK. 15 for iftar of Khaleda, Hasina"
The government has fixed TK.15.00 to buy iftar detained former prime ministers Khaleda Zia and Sheikh Hasina.
DIG Prisons Major Shamsul Haider Siddiqui told the news agency yesterday that iftar TK.15.00 would be provided for each prisoner including Khaleda Zia and Sheikh Hasina, now detained makeshift sub-jails in Sangsad Bhaban area.
"If they ( Hasina and Khaleda) want additional ifftar items, they will have to pay for that" he said.
Major Siddiqui said TK.7.00 was allocation for iftar in last Ramadan, Now it has been increased to TK.15.00.
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 7:23 AM
Wednesday, October 2, 2013
Sunday, September 29, 2013
Thursday, September 19, 2013
Mr. Adilur Rahman Khan,Human Rights Defenders
A Statement by the Asian Human Rights Commission.
The Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) is informed that, at 10:20 p.m. on 10th August 2013 officers from the Detective Branch of Dhaka Metropolitan police have taken into custoday. Mr. Adlilur Rahman Khan, one of the most respected human rights defenders in Bangladesh, from his residence in Dhaka. Adilur is the Secretary of Odhikar, a prominent human rights organisation in the country , known for its critical assessments of human rights in performance and practice, by the Government of Bangladesh. Adilur has also served as the Deputy Attorney General of Bangladesh and is a Senior Lawyer practicing at the Supreme Court.
Adilur arrest will have a chilling effect upon the entire civil society in the country. That such arrest in Bangladesh often is accompanied by brutal forms of torture, leading to even deaths in custody, places Adilur life and security at great peril in the hands of the state agency.
The AHRC and all of its partners condemn Adilur arrest and detention and calls upon the Government of Bangladesh to immediately release Adilur from custody . We further request the government , to ensure that Adilur is neither tortured nor inhumanly treated by the police.
The AHRC is informed that the arrest is allegedly on the accusation, that Adilur has committed offences under Information and Communication Technology Act, 2006, a legislation misused at will inBangladesh, to silence freedomof opinion and expression, and often used by the government in violation of personal privacy and professional indemnity of the citizens. The AHRC urges all diplomatic mission in Dhaka to inervene in this case so that Adilur will not be ill treated by the police or tortured in custody.
Dated: 11th August, 2013
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 6:31 AM
Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Monday, August 26, 2013
This is my party campaign poster CDU, Germany. This poster picture Dr. Angela Merkel Chairman of
CDU, Germany told here " Because everyone the whole thing is in Successfully Together."
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 9:14 AM
Tuesday, August 20, 2013
This is my party campaign poster CDU, Germany written here " Good work and new ideas so
Germany remains strong."
Thursday, August 15, 2013
This is my Party poster CDU, Germany written here "Solid Finances are impotant because we think about tomorrow.
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 8:21 AM
Wednesday, August 14, 2013
Sunday, August 4, 2013
Bangladesh is a riverine country, About 800 rivers including tributaries flow through the country a constituting a waterway of total length 24,140 kiliometer now it is only 8,046 kiliometer depending on season ( reference The Business Environment in Bangladesh, written by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan) 16,100 kilometer rivers already grabbed by influential people in the society. This is the actual fact how, Bangladeshi politicians rulling the country last 42 years. Most of country land is formed through silt brought by the rivers.
The Buriganga rivers is economically very important to Dhaka city. Launches and country boats provide connection to other part of Bangladesh. A largely riverine country when the Mughals made Dhaka their
capital in 1610, the banks of the Buriganga rivers were already a prime location for trade. The river water was crystal colour also the city main source of drinking water.
Today Buriganga River is afflicted by the noisome problem of pollution. The chemical waste of mills and factories, households waste, Medical waste, Sewage, dead animals, Plastics, and oil are some of the Buriganga river polluters. The city of Dhaka discharges about 4500 tons of solid waste every day and most of it is released in to the Buriganga River. According to the Department of Environment ( DOE ) 20,000 tonnes of tannery waste including some highly toxic materials are released into the river every day. Experts identified nine industral areas in and around the capital city as the primary sources of river pollution such as Tongi, Tejgaon, Hazaribagh, Tarabo, Narayangonj, Savar, Dhaka Export processing zone and Ghorashal.
Most of the industrial units of these area have no sewage treatment plant or Effluent Treatment plant of their own.
More than 60,000 cubic meters of Toxic waste including Textile dyeing, printing, washing and Pharmacuticals are released in to the main water bodies of Dhaka every day. According to the Dhaka Water and Sewerage Authority ( WASA ) about 12,000 cubic meters of untreated waste are released in to the lake Tejgaon, Badda and Mohakhali industrial areas everyday.
The waste mostly comes from garment washing and dyeing plants. Textile industries annually discharge as much as 56 million tonnes of waste and 0.5 million tonnes of Sludge. Sewage is also released in to the Buriganga River. A newspaper article indicated that up to 80% of Dhaka sewage was untrated because of Dhaka heavy reliance on river transport of goods, including food, the Buriganga river receives especially high amount of food waste since unusable or rotting portions of fruits, vegetables,and fish are thrown in to the river.
Nearly 4.0million people of the city are exposed to the consequences of water pollution everyday.
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 1:16 AM
Saturday, August 3, 2013
Bangladesh has one of the country the lowest rate of arable land per resident in the the World at about 54 hectares per 1000 peoples in 2008 according to the World Bank now it is more decline.
The country of 160 million people is seeking land to serve the country food need, as well as create job, who sent home job who sent home US Dollar 11 billion in 12 percent of GDP which is 90billion.
At 175 percent usage cropping intensity has also approached its limit.
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 7:34 AM
Sunday, July 28, 2013
Thousands of people in Bangladesh capital, Dhaka,are dying prematurely because of Air pollution says heath expert. An estimated 15,000 premature deaths as well as several million cases of pulmonary , respiratory and neurological illness are attributed to poor air quality in Dhaka. According to the Air quality Management project ( AQMP) funded by the government and the World Bank.
The World Health Organization (WHO) says vehicular air pollution is a major cause respiratory diseases in Urban Bangladesh.
If pregnant mothers come across excessive pollution , It may cause premature death of their children said"Sofia Khtun" a Professor of Paediatrics at Institute of Maternal and Child health.
According to the National Institute of Diseases of Chest Hospital ( NIDCH ) nearly seven million people in Bangladesh suffer from Asthma, more than half of them children suffering from bronchitis and chronic coughs have also shot up in recent year it said.
Children breathe more air relative to their lung size than Adults, they spend more time outdoor.
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 12:40 AM
Thursday, July 25, 2013
A droop of water will be liquid Gold for common people of Bangladesh within 5years because as a country Bangldesh government could not protect Water, Land, River, Foreast and Biodiversity. Bangladesh need Environmental economy which is called "Green Economy" it is not costly process only need to knowledge and political commitment. In Europe, Germany already done green economy. Enviroment protection and conservation is not just about finding out ways to implement green farming and green energy development techniques. Its also about implementing the right procedures to improve and manage the sources of water supply and ensure that the rural population gets a constant and hygienic supply of clean water both for drinking as well as for other purposes, keeping this in perspective.
Modern concepts related to clean water management and through well scheduled program of events. it will be ensured that the techniques are implemented in the proper manner. And will also try to ensure that these method are being followed by closely monitoring the events and keeping a track of the progress through periodical evaluation.
Improving rural water and sanitation, Hygienic living and water supply is an important part of the overall growth and development of rural population as it is base on these factors that health and family welfare can be ascertained.
Educating and imforming the public about clean water and environment protection is as important as implementing newer and more efficient techniques.
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 6:30 AM
Sunday, July 14, 2013
Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh faces severe water shortage, particularly during the annual March to May dry season. While the city need 2.2billion liters of water a day. It can only produced 1.9 million-2 billion says Dhaka water supply and sewerage authority,
WASA, Managing Director Taskin A. Khan said that, Dhaka ground water level is depleting 3 feet a year the Financial Express reports. Shortages were so severe that some areas of Dhaka had no water for several days prompting protests from residents.
Rain in Mid-April improved the situation but experts say the problem of inadequate water is likely to continue. The source of water is not properly managed, which will put the city at risk of severe water shortage in the future expert Mujibur Rahman told IRIN, the news service of the United Nations office for the coordination of Human Affairs, noting that the city heavily relies on hundreds of Deep tube wells to extract more water,
Residents in some areas of Dhaka said that when there is a supply water from WASA, it is too dirty and unfit consumption. Even despite boiling it more than an hour, the bad smell does not "go" a Dhaka resident told the Financial Express newspaper, adding that water retains a yellow-red-colour.
Stronger action is needed now , Government step in addressing this problem to date have been inadequate-Kairul Islam, country representative of Water Aid in Bangladesh was quoted as saying by IRIN.
Dhaka water problem stem mostly from an over-dependence on ground water and the World Bank notes that the city obtains most of its water from over expolited aquifers,
Water experts have called for the city to increage use of surface water source such as ponds, rivers, and canals, Initiatives to cut the dependency and increase use of surface water should have been taken earlier "IRIN" quoted water expert Feroze Ahmed as saying. But water problems are not just limited to Dhaka. The World Bank says that more than 80 million people in Bangladesh are protentially exposed to arsenic contamination.
The government of Bangladesh signed US Dollar 75 million financing agreement with the World Bank for a project aimed at supplying safe water for around 1.6 million living in rural areas where water supplies have high arsenic or salt content. We are scaling up a private public partnership model with a proven track record of delivering safe water rural populations says Country Director World Bank, Bangladesh.
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 1:02 PM
Friday, June 21, 2013
The rivers around Dhaka city, Bangladesh are getting dangerously polluted day by day. Pollution creates pungent odour and turbidity increase. The main source of pollution is toxic water from Tannery and Textile and dyeing industries. Dumping of engine oil also pollutes water. The authorities concerned should take the necessary initiative to prevent rivers pollution.
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 1:19 PM
Sunday, May 19, 2013
This is a canal dumping sewage water into the Buriganga river of Dhaka city near second Buriganga Bridge in
Babu Bazar, Mitford, Dhaka, Bangladesh. The Dhaka city sewage management authority (WASA) have
capacity 27% sewage tretment plant in Pagla, Narayangonj, Dhaka and balance 73% of sewage water
dumping into the four rivers which is beside Dhaka city as Buriganga river, Turag river, Balu river and
Shitalkhya river in Narayangonj, Dhaka. Dhaka Water Management Authority (WASA) taking this sewage
mixture water in the Sayedabad water treatment plant and treated this water than supplying as drinking water
the Residents of Dhaka city, Bangladesh.
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 1:53 AM
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
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Tuesday, March 5, 2013
A large swathe of the Buriganga river, the lifeline of the capital has turned pitch -black with toxic waste flowing into it from industrial units, oblivious of health hazards, a few children dive into the stinky water.
Human wastes continue to flow in to rivers of poison. Untreated liquid waste from Hazaribagh tanneris continues to stream into the, Dhaka water supply Authority ( Wasa ) collects this stinky pitch-black , then treats and supplies it to city residents
However, specialists and scientists have long been warning that surface water in Dhaka has become untreatable for for drinking water..
Posted by Md. Jamal Hossain Buiyan at 1:56 AM
Friday, February 15, 2013
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Thursday, January 24, 2013
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