Sunday, November 16, 2014

With in 30years World would be required two Earth´s resources to meet the demands of humanity

Two Earth'' resources with in 30 years World would be required to meet demands of humanity makes on nature each year. These demands included the renewable resources we consume for food, fuel and fibre, the land we build on, and the forests we need to absorb our carbon emissions, For more than 40 years humanity´s demand has exceeded the planet´s biocapacity. The amount of biologically productive land and sea area that is available to regenrate these reasources. This continuting oversheet is making it more and more diffucult to meet the needs of a growing global human population, as well as to leave space for other species .

Friday, September 19, 2014

BANGLADESH:EU Parliament pass Non-legislative resolution about Human Rights Situations

Human rights violations by the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB), an emergency force created 10 years ago comprising both military and police officers, should stop (H, 2), say MEPs. They call on the Bangladeshi authorities to put an end to RAB's impunity (5).
MEPs also call on the government of Bangladesh to ensure that labour laws are enforced and bring them into line with International Labour Organisation standards (10). They ask that the Donor Trust Fund mechanism, created by the Rana Plaza Coordination Committee to help victims and survivors following the Rana plaza factory collapse in 2013, be made mandatory, as voluntary company donations have only reached USD 17 million, leaving USD 23 million outstanding. (10, O)
Procedure: Non-legislative resolutions
REF. : 20140912IPR61951 
My Comments; EU Sanction are coming for Bangladesh. If Bangladesh is not fulfil EU demand than sanction will given by European Parliament.

Thursday, August 7, 2014

Bangladesh politics going again unrest

When I written this in face book Bangladesh politics is going unrest. During unrest politics burning to death this is common practice of Bangladesh politicians, Awami League, BNP and Jammat-e-Islami all political party have routine practice of Bangladesh political party. 2007-2008 caretaker government file case against Present Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on basis of Sheikh Salim given Statement in joint intergation cell that, By order Present Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Gaan power use in fire of bus and 13 people dead and done by Jahangir Kabir Nanak and Mirza Azam. Here is the Youtube video link:

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Bangladesh: Corruption done by political party

Here is two picture Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Ex-Priminister Begum Khaleda Zia. Present Prime Minister always told- Ex-prime minister Begum Khaleda Zia is a corrupted person. Ex-priminister Begum Khaleda Zia also told- Present prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is a corrupted person. In 2007-2008 Caretaker government of Bangladesh arrested them corruption Charge. Caretaker government told both are corrupted. But both have united opinion-not to file any case against Mr. Fakruddin Ahmed, Chief Adviser, Caretaker government, Leuitanent General Moyen U Ahmed, Ex-Commander in Chief of Bangladesh Army also Former Inspector General of Bangladesh Police, IGP Mr. Noor Mohammad. Late Prof Muzafar Ahmed, Ex-President of Transparency Initernational, Bangladesh told in a interview with Channel-i Television that-When this two Ex-prime minister was arrested by Caretaker government have sufficient punishable evidence in the case. That documents still belongs with that 3 ( Three) persons so, both not to say anything against Mr. Fakhruddin Ahmed, Leuitanent General Moyen U Ahmed and Inspector General of Bangladesh Police Mr. Noor Mohammad.

Sunday, May 11, 2014

BANGLADESH: Abduction, killing of 07people in Narayangonj,Dhaka by Rapid Action Battalion.RAB

Leaders of Bangladesh Bar Council and Supreme Court Bar Association on Tuesday demanded Prime Minister's intervention for immediate arrest of the Rapid Action Battalion, RAB officers who were blamed for the abduction and killing of Seven people on being bribed with Taka-6 crore ( in US$7,50.000.00)

Saturday, April 26, 2014

BANGLADESH:ASIA: Global recognition for persecuted Bangladeshi human rights defender

The Asian Human Rights Commission
ASIA: Global recognition for persecuted Bangladeshi human rights defender A Statement from
Mr. Adilur Rahman Khan, a renowned human rights defender, who has been relentlessly persecuted by the incumbent regime in Bangladesh, has been recognized for his courage by the global human rights community.
Adilur has been awarded the 2014 Gwangju Prize for Human Rights, which he will share with Mothers of Khavaran from Iran. The award will be presented in a public function held in Gwangju, South Korea, on 18 May 2014.
And, in another announcement released yesterday, Adilur has been selected as one of the three recipients, alongside Cao Shunli and Alejandra Ancheita, for the 2014 Martin Ennals Human Rights Award, which will be presented in a formal ceremony in Geneva, Switzerland, on 7 October 2014.
This recognition, in relation to two prestigious awards, brings further limelight to Adilur's work, to his uncompromising stand against forces of impunity in Bangladesh.

A former Deputy Attorney General of Bangladesh, Adilur has been active in the promotion of human rights, democracy, and the rule of law, and in highlighting the extrajudicial killings and disappearances that vex Bangladesh. His association withOdhikar, a reputed national human rights organisation, as its Secretary, has placed Adilur on a persecution list prepared by the Bangladesh government.
Last year, for 62 days, from 10 August to 11 October, Adilur was detained by the government without warrant. The ostensible reason for persecution of Adilur andOdhikar is the publishing of a report that documents 61 extrajudicial executions undertaken by security forces during demonstrations against the incumbent regime.Odhikar has continued to face threat of forced closure. Its staff has been hounded and intimidated with threats of fabricated criminal charges. Yet, Adilur has continued his work, risking life and freedom.
The Gwangju Prize for Human Rights promotes the spirit of the May 18 Democratic Uprising, wherein the people of Gwangju, South Korea, resisted brutal military forces to help establish democracy and human rights in the country in 1980. The prize is awarded annually to an individual or organization that has struggled for or contributed to the improvement and advancement of human rights, democracy, and peace in their community and country. Former laureates include some of the most prominent persons in Asia who represents the spirit of freedom, human rights, dignity and democracy, like Mr. Kay Rala Xanana Gusmão (East Timor), Mr. W. J. Basil Fernando (Sri Lanka), Ms. Aung San Suu Kyi (Burma), Mrs. Angkhana Neelaphaijit (Thailand), Mr. Munir Malik (Pakistan), Ms. Irom Sharmila Chanu (India), and Mr. Sushil Pyakurel (Nepal).

The Martin Ennals Award for Human Rights Defenders is a unique collaboration of ten of the world's leading human rights organizations to support and protect human rights defenders worldwide, namely: Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, Human Rights First, International Federation for Human Rights, World Organisation Against Torture, Front Line Defenders, International Commission of Jurists, EWDE Germany, International Service for Human Rights, and HURIDOCS.
The awards are a warning to dictatorial regimes seeking to smother the spirit of freedom, dignity, and human rights, and should serve as an inspiration to all activists, defenders, and citizens, doing their part to lift humanity to its true potential.
The Asian Human Rights Commission, along with all of its partner organisations in Asia and across the globe, congratulates Adilur and the Mothers of Khavaran for their effort, and also salutes the work of Cao Shunli and Alejandra Ancheita.
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About AHRC: The Asian Human Rights Commission is a regional non-governmental organisation that monitors human rights in Asia, documents violations and advocates for justice and institutional reform to ensure the protection and promotion of these rights. The Hong Kong-based group was founded in 1984.

Friday, April 25, 2014

Sunday, April 20, 2014

This is the picture of our Liberation War 1971

This is the picture of 1971 liberation of Bangladesh. Now present Bangladeshi politicians are became World most corrupted politicians. In Bangladesh Politics became money earning source. Bangladesh politicians are killing their own people

In the name of politics by using police, RAB, BGB even Army because in RAB 60% are coming from Army as a deputation. 

Saturday, April 19, 2014

Mr. Abu Bakar Siddik returns, mystery remain

Mr. Abu Bakar Siddik, husband of Respectable green activists Syeda Rizwana Hasan, was freed by his abductors at Mirpur in Dhaka the capital, Thursday night but the police could neither arrested the kidnappers, nor dig out the motive behind his abduction at gun point Narayangonj, Dhaka, Bangladesh on Wednesday afternoon.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Disappearance in Bangladesh, No trace of Abu Bakar yet

Disappearance in Bangladesh
No trace of abu Bakar yet-The Newage
Green Campaigner Syeda Rezwana Hasan talks to journalists at BRAC Inn in Dhaka expressing her agony over the disappearance of her husband Abu Bakar Siddik- Photo, The Newage

Saturday, April 12, 2014

BANGLADESH: A massacre of demonstrators

News reports from Bangladesh allege that a series of attacks on demonstrators have taken place, at around 3am today, May 6, 2013. The extent of the injuries and death is difficult to be ascertained at the moment.

Friday, April 11, 2014

The Naked City of Dhaka

In the morning the sky exploded and that instantly blanketed in the Dhaka city. The rain water overflow in the street of Dhaka city in the rainy November wind hard  toward the comfort of their apartments and homes. On the road of “Shahid Minar” near Dhaka Medical college the tall, thin man wearing very simple clothes moved along with the rushing crowed to a rhythm “O Amar Sonar Bangla, Ami tomai bhalobashi” ( My golden Bengal, I love you.) He was walking rapidly, it is not harm of the other pedestrians who were also walking rush. He was free after a 3 years jail and he was on his way home to tell his wife that, it was finished. The past was going to bury its dead and the future was bright and golden. He was thinking how her face would glow when he told her the news. As he reached the “Shahid Minar” just opposite Science building of Dhaka University the traffic light on its way and he stopped. A few feet away, the man reached in his pocket for some coins and offering the beggar. At that instant someone stub him on the back by big knife. O Ghani, he had knows Ghani from his childhood. Now Ghani is member of criminal gang of Dhaka city and work as a police source. Dhaka city have more than 300 criminal gangs as per report of Detective Branch, Dhaka Metropolitan police. There was pain in his back and it began spread. It become hard to breath. He opened his mouth to ask someone to help him and he fall down the stair of “Shahid Minar” ( Monument of language movement) and his blood melting with rain water in the stair. But nobody came to help him. Dhaka is the city now if anybody face such situation nobody came to help because to avoid harassment of Police. Blood from his body flow in the stair of “Shahid Minar” and going to told the news to his wife “ Our future is bright and golden. The pain was worse and he remember- he was going to his wife told that, he was free.He closed his eyes to rest from the blinding whiteness of the sky. The rain began with exploded sky but he no longer felt anything. ( This short story written by me in German language and published in German literature Magazine in Germany now I translated in English to share with my face book friend. )

Bangladesh: at the end of day.

At the end of the day, the citizens are living in a panic-stricken condition

At the end of the day, the citizens are living in a panic-stricken condition, helpless, as they have no remaining resort to rely on. If the Human Rights Council and the international community remain convinced today with only their theoretic achievements, without considering the dire necessity of putting the theories into the practical life of a vast population of the world (in this case those living in Bangladesh) it will be recorded as a landmark failure in tomorrow's history.

Friday, April 4, 2014


The international human rights instruments.

The international human rights instruments in the form of Covenants, Conventions, Protocols, and General Comments have already contributed a lot in developing the theories, norms, standards, and principals that have been universally recognised. Regrettably, countries like Bangladesh, where the basic rule of law institutions, including the judiciary, maintain evident disability in functioning independently and competently throughout history, can easily walk away despite orchestrating heinous forms crimes against its own people. 

Sunday, March 30, 2014

The ALRC urges the Human Rights Council

       The ALRC urges the Human Rights Council and the international community to re-think how to develop and adapt effective and binding mechanisms to ensure the fundamental guarantees of those who are living in the states like Bangladesh where the judiciary has been reduced to the level of a tool that is available for arbitrary use by the country's authoritarian government. 

Bangladesh: Habeas corpus writs is denied and ignored

  Thus, habeas corpus writs, and the justice they are designed to provide the affected families, is denied and ignored. It is important to note that very few people can afford the high expenditure of seeking remedies in the High Court Division due to excessive fees for lawyers and entrenched bribery at every step within the judicial institution, from filing a petition to collecting the Court's order. The justice-seekers become utterly frustrated and annoyed by the judicial process, which only offers harassment at very high costs in terms of money, energy, time, and further threats as a consequence of seeking justice for a crime committed by the state agents.

Bangladesh: The legal provision of seeking judicial remedy.

       The legal provision of seeking judicial remedy through habeas corpus writs is a meaningless exercise in Bangladesh. The country's judiciary is a façade, it facilitates the executive authority's systematic practice of denying fundamental right. Whenever a writ petition is filed with the High Court Division regarding the allegation of disappearance, the country's Attorney General's Office acts like a postman on behalf of the law-enforcement agencies and paramilitary forces in Court. The normal process appear surprisingly simple: the Court will consider the writ, in whole or in part, sometimes all at once or on several occasion and the state attorneys will submit a denial of the allegations based on claims from the defendant agencies. Rather than look at the facts, the court will generally accept the government's excuses outright, though in the best cases they issue a "Rule" against the respondent which requires a timely response. This "Rule" is often delayed in its delivery so as to provide ample time to the perpetrators to intimidate and harass the petitioners or their supporters and should the respondents receive and reply to the "Rule" they merely restate their denials, though most do not respond at all, relying instead upon the functional immunity the courts provide such agencies.

Bangladesh: The High raking government officials including theMinister

The high ranking government officials, including the ministers and even the Prime Minister, deny all the allegations of disappearance, defending the law-enforcing agents. The Government also constantly denies the demands for credible investigation of the allegations of enforced disappearance. Whenever local and international human rights groups have demands that a high profile judicial probe commission headed by a Supreme Court judge be formed, the government routinely ignores the demands and simultaneously blames "professional criminals" for the crimes. Now, disappearance continues while the notion of justice to the families of the disappeared is also vanishing in Bangladesh. Practically, the families of the disappeared victims have few things actually guaranteed by the state: generic denial of the allegations of disappearance, constant threats and intimidations, refusal to register complaints of disappearance, and absence of justice.

The Asian Human Rights Commission ( AHRC)

The Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC), ALRC's sister organisation, has documented cases of disappearances that have been alarmingly increasing. At least 35 persons were disappeared in 2013. Between the parliamentary election schedule was announcement on 25 November 2013 and 2 January 2014, a period of 37 days, at least 10 persons have been disappeared. The recent patterns show that the Police, RAB, and BGB jointly and are individually picking up persons from places of work, business, off the streets, and at home. For days, sometimes weeks, the persons remain missing. In certain cases, dead bodies are found floating in paddy fields, roadside ditches, or in rivers while many remain missing, their whereabouts still unknown to their relatives. In the cases when the dead bodies are recovered, the law-enforcement agencies threaten the relatives with further loss of lives if any information is shared with any human rights or media groups. The police and paramilitary forces cordon-off the area and compel the families to bury the dead bodies immediately. The police refuse to register any complaint regarding the cases of disappeared persons when specific allegations are made against any agency of the state. Those cases registered without naming the law-enforcement officials have not been investigated credibly, let alone led to any prosecution or justice for the families. 

In reality, these provision have not implemented

In reality, these provisions have not been implemented and this most fundamental right is being repeatedly violated with complete impunity. Enforced disappearances, that took thousands of human lives in the early 1970s and continued during the tenures of the successive governments with fewer numbers of cases, have been resumed in Bangladesh after the RAB started operating in the country without consequence.

Article 32 of the Constitution of Bangladesh protect fundamental right.

Article 32 of the Constitution of Bangladesh protects the fundamental right to life and liberty, stating that: "o person shall be deprived of life or personal liberty, save in accordance with law." Moreover Article 31 of the Constitution reads: "o enjoy the protection of the law, and to be treated in accordance with law, and only in accordance with law, is the inalienable right of every citizen, wherever he may be, and of every other person for the time being within Bangladesh, and in particular no action detrimental to the life, liberty, body, reputation or property of any person shall be taken except in accordance with law."

Bangladesh as a party to the International Covenant

As a party to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) since 6 September 2000, Bangladesh has obligations to implement Articles 2 and 6 for protecting the right to life of its citizens. According to Article 2 and 6 of the ICCPR, Bangladesh has the obligation to ensure the right to life of its people, and ensure prompt and effective reparation where violations occur. It is also obliged to bring legislation into conformity with the ICCPR.

Bangladesh Member of UN Human Right Council

Bangladesh remained a long-standing member of the Human Rights Council since the inception of the UN rights watchdog. It appears that Bangladesh's recent presence in the Council has been useless as the situation of human rights has been worsening ever in the history. Orally, and in writing the Council has been receiving numerous rhetorical pledges from the Bangladeshi delegations who ultimately expose their hypercritic positions, in opposition to their own people, before the international community. The constitutional guarantees to protect the rights (to life, of personal safety, and of liberty) of the citizens are mere parchments without any practical value in the real lives of the people. Disappearances continue despite the fact that the country has obligation as per the Constitution of the country and international human rights instruments.

The latest spree of Enforced Disappearence in Bangladesh.

The latest spree of enforced disappearance has been speeding up since the ruling party has renewed its tenure through a fake election that was boycotted by all the opposition parties. The government denied the people's right to elect their representatives in the 10th parliamentary "election". At least 52% of electorate found their votes meaningless as 153 (out of a total of 300) parliamentary seats were decided before the election in order to secure the ruling parties' "unopposed victory". The remaining 147 seats' elections experienced extremely low turnout amidst riggings by the ruling party cadres and violence between state agents and opposition supporters. Before and the after the "'election", staged on 5 January 2014, the opposition has been demanding a fresh election ensuring the people's participation in a transparent, free and fair atmosphere under a non-party government so that administrative bias can be avoided. The current incidents of enforced disappearance have been occurring in such a backdrop with the purpose of silencing the voices of the people by creating extreme form of fear and panic in the society.

Saturday, March 29, 2014

Bangladesh alarming

BANGLADESH: Enforced disappearances are increasing alarmingly

The Asian Legal Resource Centre (ALRC) is gravely concerned by the ongoing pattern of deprivation of the right to life through enforced disappearance and killing in the pretext of "crossfire" in Bangladesh. Simultaneously, there are also incidents of "secret killings" of disappeared persons. The number of enforced disappearance has been increasing alarmingly in the recent months in the country. The majority of the victims are identified as activists of the pro-opposition political parties. The incumbent government is allegedly continuing a "cleansing mission" against its political oppositions through the Joint Forces, comprising the Police, Rapid Action Battalion (RAB), and Border Guards Bangladesh (BGB) who are disappearing and killing people in "gunshots".

Saturday, March 15, 2014

Bangladesh: Caretaker government, Lt. General Moyen U Ahmad

Lt. General Moyen U Ahmad main support 13.11.2007 main support Army back Caretaker government in Bangladesh.

Sunday, March 9, 2014

Bangladesh: Present Prime Minster Sheikh Hasina and BNP Chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia arrested in Corruption case.

This is the picture of Present Prime Minster Sheikh Hasina and BNP Chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia in 2007 during Army back Caretaker government arrested both of them for Corruption case.

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Bangladesh youth need to demand jobless allowance.

As Member of German Political Party. CDU. We believe in economical ideology "Social Market Economy" Fancy Bear Fanpage give you Guidline to learn "Social Market Economy" means "Give Everybody and Take Everybody" In Social Market Economy, Every citizen of the country got Social Security. In Bangladesh also it is possible if the corrupted politicians eliminated from Politics. Every jobless people Right to got money from government as a jobless allowance but Bangladesh politicians are took that money so, common people does not got any help from government. Bangladesh youth need to demand jobless allowance. Write to us in face book mail.

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

United Nations Human Right Commissioner


United Nation Human Right commissioner told on 01/12/2013-The High Commissioner pointed to Bangladesh state party to the Statute of the International Criminal Court.
In other Situation, We have seen cases of political or election related violence where the perpetrators of such acts-including political have faced prosecution, she said.
May be she knows such kind of case will be file in the International Criminal Court.
If it is happened, Bangladesh common people will saw the International Criminal Court issued International Warrant against Bangladeshi politicians to bring for Justice in The International Criminal Court, Hague, The Netherlands.

Monday, January 20, 2014

After long time United Nation Human Right Commissioner comments is becoming true.

After long time United Nation Human Right Commissioner comments is becoming true.
Mass murder of Common people case will be file against the Political leader of Bangladesh in International Criminal Court, Hague, The Netherlands. In my knowledge International Criminal Court Prosecutor opinion already taken.

Thursday, January 9, 2014

BANGLADESH: Authoritarian obstinacy wins, democracy loses

postponed due to violence; pro-opposition supporters and local residents attacked the polling centres. Ballot papers and boxes were burned or snatched away by those wishing to prevent the fake election.
Polling day was nightmarish for many citizens. People risked falling victim to police and paramilitary gun-fire or opposition attacks or both. Throughout election day, a few private TV channels broadcast visuals of voter-free polling centres in most areas. As a whole, voter turnout was reportedly very low. In many polling centres, given low turnout, casting of votes did not take even half the day. Around 40 centres were voter-less; not a single vote was cast there. There is no confirmed statistic in terms of percentage of turnout. However, local media reports suggest less than 20% turnout; a local group of observers has reported it below 10%.
As expected, the incumbent regime deployed political cadres to rig votes. In order to keep up the show, designated “voters” for the regime stayed in the front of the polling booth queues. Ruling party activists were seen rubber-stamping rolls of ballot papers inside the booths. Polling staff, law-enforcement agents, and village defence party members directly facilitated the “festival of rigging”. Persons without voter identity cards were allowed to cast vote. Persons and minors not on the voter list of particular polling booths were also given more than one chance to cast their vote. For example, juveniles, young teenagers, proudly held up their ink-stained thumbs to TV cameras and photo journalists. Live broadcasts of election rigging and descriptive pictorial reports brought much mirth across the country and beyond.
Prior to the vote-counting, polling agents of independent candidates were allegedly forced to sign on blank result sheets. In at least 9 constituencies, according to media reports, the EC declared the government's preferred candidate as “winners” although they were found “defeated' in the original results collected from the centres.
The international community is not fooled by the statistics engineered by the Election Commission, a pawn in the hands of the Sheikh Hasina government. The conversation between Sheikh Hasina and her Information Minister Hasanul Haque Inu prior to the Prime Minister's Press Conference on January 6 that has been broadcasted live and is available online tells the truth about how fake this election was.
The President, Prime Minister, and Speaker of the National Parliament are symbols of primary democratic institutions. If any of those holding such top portfolios in Bangladesh are asked by their foreign counterparts about personal experiences of participating in the January 5 election, they will have to use their imaginations as they did not have to vote. The Chief Election Commissioner, the head of the Election Commission, also did not have to vote. All the candidates in constituencies where such high profile persons officially live did not require to vote. All of this courtesy the magic of a record number of “uncontested” seats, which can make the rituals of “democracy” so easy for some.
The fake election was disappointing for new voters, who could not enjoy their right to elect chosen representatives. They have learned a fact early – that their participation in the one in five year democratic ritual does not mean anything to power-mad politicians. The aspirations of the struggling people of Bangladesh have been quashed. The obstinacy of Sheikh Hasina’s authoritarian regime is the only winner. This fake election exposes the intellectual bankruptcy of a political party, which has the honour of being an integral of part the history of Bangladesh. It also exposes how fragile is Bangladesh as a state, one that lacks credible institutions to fulfil the basic needs of its 160 million population.
The claim of the incumbent regime of needing to stage this election as a “constitutional obligation” is invalid, as this was not an election in the first place. The Constitution of Bangladesh itself does not reflect the “solemn expression of the will of the people” after the 15th Amendment was made to it. The latest version of the Constitution only reflects the wish of a “super-powerful” Prime Minister; it is internationally known how the 15th Amendment was rubberstamped in the 9th Parliament.
Constitutionally, “all powers of the Republic belong to the people” only once the people elect the Members of the Parliament by “direct election”, according to Articles 7 (1) and 65 (2), respectively. What was termed as an 'election' on January 5 does not legitimize any parliament authorizing any group to form a government or to represent the people at large. Rather, it is the representatives of the Election Commission and a group of thugs in Bangladesh that have wrested power.
Today, the Bangladesh government has a large number of TV channels, newspapers, and members of so-called civil society on its side. They are endlessly engaging in arguing in favour of the incumbent regime, to secure the continuing flow of undeserving benefits that they have been enjoying. Such efforts will be rejected by the people at large, as the participation of the ordinary voters has been systematically denied. Negating the people's aspirations and establishing an authoritarian regime is not worthy exercise, and can only bring more misery.