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Visit Of Indian PM And Bangladesh Is Loser Again

It was always expected that the transit agreement will create a win-win situation for both Bangladesh and India. But in reality, due to lack of patriotism and commitment, Bangladesh side is set to become a great loser in the agreement.

by Tashnuva Hussain
August 15, 2011

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Bangladesh's foreign minister Dr. Dipu Moni

Indian Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh will be arriving in Bangladesh in less than 20 days from now. West Bengal‘s Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is also included in the team of Dr. Singh. Indian foreign minister, home minister, information minister, cultural affairs minister and a large number of important figures in the government will be accompanying the prime minister during the upcoming trip to Bangladesh. It was always expected that the transit agreement will create a win-win situation for both Bangladesh and India. But in reality, due to lack of patriotism and commitment, Bangladesh side is set to become a great loser in the agreement.

Bangladesh will have to invest US$ 7.11 billion just to prepare the infrastructure for allowing Indian goods and military items to move within Bangladeshi area through transit facilities. Bangladesh will require US$ 0.50 billion each year just for maintenance of such facilities. But, in return the transit rate that Bangladeshi government is going to accept will not bring any profit for the country. By spending US$ 7.11 billion dollars, Bangladesh’s current government is paving the transit routes for Indian consignments, while it will not even earn the amount required for annual maintenance of these facilities.

India is giving loan to Bangladesh for improving the infrastructure for the transit, which is again at a higher interest rate than many of the international loan Bangladesh receives for such projects from other nations and bodies. Bangladesh will have to pay US$ 0.30 billion as interest only for the amount it would borrow for infrastructural development to allow Indian consignments to move.

What experts say is, India should have been asked by Bangladesh side to place minimum US$ 15 billion as upfront payment of fees with Bangladesh while signing the transit treaty instead of giving loan with annual interest. Actually it was a grand failure of diplomacy from Bangladesh side in playing the issue in right manner. Bangladesh seriously lacks in properly negotiating with India, with a humpty-dumpty type foreign minister like Dr. Dipu Moni, who in most of the cases, behaves as a domestic help of the Indian government instead of showing minimum dignity as the minister of an independent nation. To Bangladeshi foreign minister, all those Indian policymakers are ‘Big Brothers’ and she feel afraid as well as shy in placing the legitimate demand on behalf of her nation with the counterpart during any discussion. At the back of her mind, she might be thinking that, by keeping India happy, she can prolonge the tenure of Awami League government till 2021 at least.

The Indian government is bargaining with Bangladeshi side in paying extremely low fees for using road, railways or river routes in Bangladesh as transit. But, according to international rules and existing fees of transit in other nations – road, rail and river transit fees are equal. In most cases, it ranges between US$ 2.50-100 per ton. Logically though Bangladesh should be charging minimum US$ 0.50 per ton as flat transit rate from India, some unscrupulous anti-Bangladesh elements inside the ministry of foreign affairs and other ministries concerned are actively trying to put unimaginably low transit fees from India [which is just below US$ 0.08 per ton] in the agreement. And the agreement is now ready to be signed on September 6, 2011.

Earlier a report on transit / trans-shipment guidelines was submitted to the commerce ministry. Bangladesh Tariff Commission submitted the report to the commerce ministry, suggesting different methods of realizing transit fees and identified several routs.

The report said North-east Indian states [Nagaland, Mizoram, Manipur, Tripura] especially the eastern part of Meghalaya, southern part of Assam besides Nepal and Bhutan could save costs, ranging between US$ 4 and US$ 50 per ton of goods, by transiting products through Bangladesh territory.

Bangladesh should impose transit fees of a minimum 70 per cent of the savings the beneficiary countries would make by using direct routes through the country, the report suggested.

“India, Nepal and Bhutan will immensely benefit from using the facility while Bangladesh will not require similar facility from any of this countries/region, due to its direct access to sea, the report added.

It suggested that Bangladesh could charge transit fees to recover administrative expenses, uses of service, congestions and environmental pollution arising out of heavy transit traffic. The report recommended forming a Joint Working Group [JWG] among the participating member-states for initiating and finalizing an “Umbrella Agreement” for the proposed transit. It also suggested that the agreement must clearly outline a win-win situation for the participating member-states. The JWG needs to determine the mechanism of cost recovery and other institutional costs and charges/fees to be collected towards materialization.

There is a huge market for Bangladesh toiletries, ceramics, medicine and other items in a number of states within India. Especially the North-Eastern states in India could be a solid market for Bangladeshi products for a numerous reasons. Unless India gets transit facilities via Bangladesh, any product manufactured in India will be comparatively much expensive than those of Bangladeshi products due to heavy transportation cost. At the same time, if India does not get transit from Bangladesh, it put its own sovereignty and integrity into potential threat.

Bangladeshi TV channels remain blocked:

While there were speculations and expectations from owners of Bangladeshi television channels of seeing positive initiatives from the Indian side in allowing these channels within cable television network in that country, it has already been indicated by a number of sources that, there is no hope for Bangladeshi television channels to be shown in India in near future. It may be mentioned here that, Indian cable operators have been refraining from allowing Bangladeshi television channels from being included in the network, as there is an unseen ban on doing so. India allows most of the foreign TV channels, including Pakistan TV and Quran TV.

The initial steps of stopping Bangladeshi TV channels from entering the cable television network in India was initiated by West Bengal’s previous leftist government led by Jyoti Basu, who was vehemently opposing allowing Bangladeshi channels on West Bengal’s cable network, fearing, Bangladeshi TV channels will become quickly popular amongst the Bangla speaking audience in the West Bengal, because of its rich contents such as drama, telefilm, folk music etc, and at one stage, such Bangladeshi channels can stand as potential threat to communist leadership in West Bengal. The restriction game was played by Jyoti Basu government through the Kolkata City Administration. On the other hand, the Indian central government also was not willing to allow Bangladeshi TV channels in national network, fearing it will have tremendous influence on people in the disputed territories, such as Seven-Sisters or even may influence Indian buyers in switching to Bangladeshi products, especially toiletries, ceramics, electronics etc. Bangladesh annually imports goods worth above 3 billions dollars from India, while export from Bangladesh is very nominal. Indian policymakers are committed in not allowing Bangladeshi TV channels in their national network.

Results of the upcoming visit of Indian Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh to Bangladesh will be actually ‘win-win’ for New Delhi and ‘doom-demise’ for Dhaka. Following signing of the Farakka Treaty with India during the government of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the Bangladeshi nation is suffering immensely due to India’s wrong behavior for decades. Now, a new era of extended sufferings will begin for the Bangladeshis right after Sheikh Hasina government puts signature on the Transit Treaty. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina herself is also aware of the losing points in Transit Treaty for Bangladesh, and that is why she is trying her best to suppress the contents of the agreements and treaties, simply with the intention of getting it signed. If Bangladeshis will suffer, it may not be a great problem for leaders like Sheikh Hasina, whose children are living abroad permanently and happily. Even after few years, she may also join her children to spend a peaceful life. Really it does not matter to her what happens with Bangladesh. This is fact and wish everyone understands this!

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Hacktivism: Websites Of Indian Universities, Banks And Other Institutions To Be Hacked

Hacktivism’, which originates from the combination ‘hacking’ and ‘activism’, is often defined as the “nonviolent” use of illegal or legally ambiguous digital tools – such as web site defacements, redirects, denial-of-service attacks, information theft, web site parodies, virtual sit-ins, and virtual sabotage – in pursuit of political ends.

Z Company Hacking Crew appears to be on a Hacktivism campaign to embarrass the Indian government, by hacking many websites of India and posting messages in favor of KASHMIR. ZHC have already hacked into many high profile websites and this attack was a mass defacement done by their members in order to send a clear message to Indian government that it might supress as many movements in Kashmir but it will never supress the sentiments of AAZADI ( Freedom). A Complete list of thousands of websites already hacked by ZHC is given below.

Here is the Message sent by ZHC to Pakalert Press:

We will protest in every way we can. we will protest with what ever means we have. We are doing all this in order to spread a message to world that Kashmiris want freedom and they have every right to fight for it.

We know that after this attack best Indian government can do is blame Pakistani hackers and here we would just say DONT JUDGE US ..we dont have any nationality ..our members are from all over the world . Indian hackers might deface some Pakistani websites but we do not care as we are not involved in any kind of Cyber War with any one.

we had already sent mails to all the leading news papers and leading news channels that we would carry out the attack. This is just the beginning. we will continue to carry many such attacks on Indian universities,banks and other institutions to lodge our protest.

 

Proof : http://zone-ar.com/attack/?s=1&name=ZHC

Proof :http://k0-ka.in/attacked/?by=ZHC

India :) Team Shut Down the Server.

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ফেলানী হত্যার ১০ দিন পর প্রতিবাদ জানাল বাংলাদেশ : ক্ষতিপূরণ দাবিতে হাইকোর্টে রিট

Source : Amar Desh

৭ জানুয়ারি কুড়িগ্রাম জেলার ফুলবাড়ী সীমান্তে কিশোরী ফেলানীকে গুলি করে হত্যা করে ভারতীয় সীমান্তরক্ষী বাহিনী বিএসএফ। ফেলানীকে হত্যার পর ৫ ঘণ্টা তার লাশ কাঁটাতারের বেড়ায় ঝুলিয়ে রাখা হয়।

বর্বর ও নৃশংসভাবে কিশোরী ফেলানীকে হত্যার ১০ দিন পর প্রতিবাদ জানাল সরকার। ব্যাপক সমালোচনার পর গত রোববার বিকালে পররাষ্ট্র মন্ত্রণালয়ে ডেকে পাঠানো হয় ভারতীয় হাইকমিশনার রজিত মিত্রকে। সরকারের একটি প্রতিবাদলিপি ভারত সরকারের উদ্দেশে হাইকমিশনারের কাছে দেয়া হয়েছে বলে গতকাল পররাষ্ট্র মন্ত্রণালয়ের এক সংবাদ বিজ্ঞপ্তিতে জানানো হয়েছে। ৭ জানুয়ারি কুড়িগ্রাম জেলার ফুলবাড়ী সীমান্তে কিশোরী ফেলানীকে গুলি করে হত্যা করে ভারতীয় সীমান্তরক্ষী বাহিনী বিএসএফ। ফেলানীকে হত্যার পর ৫ ঘণ্টা তার লাশ কাঁটাতারের বেড়ায় ঝুলিয়ে রাখা হয়। এই ঝুলন্ত লাশের ছবি প্রথমে ভারতের আনন্দ বাজার পত্রিকায় ছাপা হয়। পরে বাংলাদেশের বিভিন্ন গণমাধ্যমে এ ছবি প্রকাশিত হয়েছে। বিএসএফের এই নিষ্ঠুর হত্যাকাণ্ডের বিরুদ্ধে বাংলাদেশের পাশাপাশি খোদ ভারতেই তীব্র প্রতিক্রিয়া সৃষ্টি হয়েছে। ভারতের বিভিন্ন মানবাধিকার সংগঠন এবং গণমাধ্যমে এই বর্বরতার তীব্র সমালোচনা করা হয়েছে। বাংলাদেশে এই নারকীয় হত্যার বিরুদ্ধে বেসরকারি বিভিন্ন সংগঠন এবং সাধারণ মানুষের প্রতিবাদ অব্যাহত রয়েছে। অথচ সরকার এতদিন এ ব্যাপারে ছিল নীরব। অবশেষে ব্যাপক সমালোচনার মুখে আনুষ্ঠানিক প্রতিবাদ জানাল সরকার। সংবাদ বিজ্ঞপ্তিতে বলা হয়, বাংলাদেশ সরকারের উদ্বেগের কথা ভারতীয় কর্তৃপক্ষকে জানানো হবে বলে ভারতীয় হাইকমিশনার নিশ্চিত করেছেন। একই সঙ্গে তিনি সীমান্তে নিরীহ বাংলাদেশী হত্যা বন্ধে প্রয়োজনীয় পদক্ষেপ নেয়া হবে বলেও জানান। ফেলানী হত্যার বিরুদ্ধে প্রতিবাদলিপিতে কী বলা হয়েছে সে ব্যাপারে পররাষ্ট্র মন্ত্রণালয়ের সংবাদ বিজ্ঞপ্তিতে কিছুই বলা হয়নি।
এদিকে সীমান্তে হত্যা বন্ধে সরকারের নিষ্ক্রিয়তাকে চ্যালেঞ্জ করে গতকাল হাইকোর্টে রিট আবেদন দায়ের করা হয়েছে। বিচারপতি মো. মিফতাহ্ উদ্দিন চৌধুরী ও বিচারপতি জাহাঙ্গীর হোসেন সমন্বয়ে গঠিত ডিভিশন বেঞ্চে আগামী রোববার এ বিষয়ের ওপর শুনানির জন্য দিন ধার্য করা হয়েছে।
ন্যাশনাল ফোরাম ফর প্রটেকশন অব হিউম্যান রাইটস নামের একটি সংগঠনের পক্ষ থেকে সুপ্রিম কোর্টের আইনজীবী তাজুল ইসলাম রিট আবেদনটি দায়ের করেন। রিটে ফেলানীকে কাঁটাতারে ঝুলন্ত অবস্থায় ভারতীয় সীমান্তরক্ষী বাহিনী (বিএসএফ) কর্তৃক গুলি করে নিষ্ঠুরভাবে হত্যা করার ঘটনা তুলে ধরে এ ধরনের হত্যা বন্ধে বাংলাদেশ সরকারকে প্রয়োজনীয় পদক্ষেপ গ্রহণ এবং ফেলানীর পরিবারকে ক্ষতিপূরণ দানের নির্দেশনা প্রার্থনা করা হয়।

India's notorious border force BSF

রিট আবেদনে বলা হয়, নাগরিকের জীবন রক্ষা করতে এমনকি কূটনৈতিকভাবে এর বিরুদ্ধে কার্যকর প্রতিবাদ জানাতে সরকার ব্যর্থ হয়েছে। যা সাংবিধানিক বাধ্যবাধকতার লঙ্ঘন। একই সাথে এটি রাষ্ট্রের সার্বভৌমত্বকে প্রশ্নবিদ্ধ করেছে।
ওদিকে হত্যা বন্ধে ভারতীয় সীমান্তরক্ষী বাহিনীকে (বিএসএফ) প্রাণঘাতী নয়—এমন অস্ত্র (নন-লেথ্যাল উইপন) ও রাবার বুলেট দেবে সে দেশের সরকার। বিএসএফ সদস্যরা বাংলাদেশ সীমান্তে নিরীহ লোকজনকে হত্যা করছে—মানবাধিকার সংগঠনগুলোর এমন অভিযোগের পর এ পদক্ষেপ নেয়া হচ্ছে। নয়াদিল্লিতে ভারত সরকারের নির্ভরযোগ্য একটি সূত্র জানিয়েছে, ত্রিপুরায় বাংলাদেশ সীমান্তে মোতায়েন বিএসএফ সদস্যদের শিগগিরই ‘নন-লেথ্যাল উইপন’ দেয়া হবে। পর্যায়ক্রমে আসাম ও পশ্চিমবঙ্গ সীমান্তেও বিএসএফে এ ধরনের অস্ত্র ও রসদ সরবরাহ করা হবে।
বাংলাদেশ ও ভারতের মধ্যে ৪ হাজার ২৩ কিলোমিটার সীমান্তের মধ্যে ৮৫৬ কিলোমিটারই ত্রিপুরার সঙ্গে। ওই কর্মকর্তা জানান, প্রাণহানি না ঘটিয়ে অবৈধ অনুপ্রবেশকারী, চোরাকারবারি ও দুষ্কৃতিদের ঠেকাতেই এ পদক্ষেপ নিচ্ছে ভারত সরকার। এছাড়া বাংলাদেশ-ভারত সীমান্তে নজরদারি বাড়াতে বিএসএফকে হেলিকপ্টারও সরবরাহ করা হবে। গত ৭ জানুয়ারি কুড়িগ্রামের অনন্তপুর সীমান্তে বিএসএফের গুলিতে ১৫ বছরের কিশোরী ফেলানীর মৃত্যুর ঘটনার পর ভারতীয় সীমান্তরক্ষীদের সহিংসতার বিষয়টি নতুন করে আলোচনায় উঠে আসে।

বিএসএফের বিচার দাবি স্বজনদের : ফুলবাড়ী (কুড়িগ্রাম) প্রতিনিধি জানান, ফেলানীর গ্রামের বাড়িতে এখনও চলছে শোকের মাতম ও প্রতিবাদের ঝড়। মৃত্যুর ১০ দিন পর গতকাল ফেলানীর গ্রামের বাড়ি কুড়িগ্রামের নাগেশ্বরী উপজেলার রামখানা ইউনিয়নের দক্ষিণ রামখানা কলনীটারী গ্রামে স্বজনদের আয়োজিত ফেলানীর রুহের মাগফিরাতের জন্য কুলখানির আয়োজন করা হয়। স্থানীয় হাফিজিয়া মাদ্রাসার ছাত্রদের দাওয়াত করে কুলখানি করা হয়। কুলখানিতে আসা স্বজনরা দাবি করেছেন, সরকার যেন অতিসত্বর ফেলানী হত্যার বিচার করে। আর যেন বিএসএফের হাতে ফেলানীর মতো হত্যার শিকার না হয় বাংলাদেশী নিরীহ মানুষ। ফেলানীর বাবা সাংবাদিকদের সঙ্গে কথা বলতে গিয়ে বলেন, আমার এত সুন্দর মেয়েটাকে বিএসএফ মাইরা ফেলল। আপনারা কিছু করলেন না। আমি আপনাগোর মাধ্যমে সরকারের কাছে বিএসএফের বিচার চাই।

New ULFA strategy challenges Bangladesh foreign policy

Source : HOLIDAY, Google Image

M. Shahidul Islam

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ULFA Commander-in-Chief Paresh Baruah posed with his soldier in a recent video footage.

Much like the sinking stock market, our foreign policy parameters too have hit the precipice. Those who wanted to write off the United Liberation Front of Assam (ULFA) by allowing Indian secret service members to capture and whisk out of Bangladesh the outfit’s leading personalities now find themselves boxed up and faced with a protracted dilemma involving major foreign policy implications.
Amidst a series of debacles since late 2009, the ULFA’s military command has re-organized its structure and strategy, posing enormous challenge to Bangladesh’s regional foreign policy pursuance and creating bitter acrimony with Delhi, despite the latter having succeeded so far in securing most of its desired concessions from the AL-led coalition regime.

Video footage
The re-organized senior command of ULFA, which that has been fighting a war of cessation since 1979 to liberate the Indian state of Assam from Delhi’s tutelage, has released on January 21 a video footage of its fighters from a remote hideout in Myanmar. Present among the guerrillas was their Commander-in-Chief, Paresh Baruah, who posed himself in battle fatigue to let the world know the group’s ability to outsmart Delhi and to carry on with its struggle to liberate Assam.
The orchestrated showmanship also had a lot to do with a series of decisions made by the AL-led coalition government since coming to power in early 2009. According to one source within the government, “process is underway to deport the outfit’s political guru and general secretary, Anup Chetia, from Bangladesh.” He seemed as yet unaware of the availability of the video footage of the outfit’s Commander- in- Chief.

ULFA political guru & General Secretary Anup Chetia

The source said the decision to handover Chetia to Indian authorities received a final nod during the recently concluded Home Secretary level meeting in Dhaka of the two neighbours.
Although much of what happened to the Dhaka -based ULFA leaders never got exposed to the public over the last two years. In December 2009 all hell broke loose following a spate of mysterious events resulting in the controversial apprehension from Dhaka – alleged by Indian law enforcers – of ULFA’s founding member, Arabinda Rajkhowa, his family members and a number of other leading personalities of the outfit.

India's notorious secret service Research and analysis wing (RAW) logo

Despite the uproars, Bangladesh authorities never confessed to carrying out those raids, resulting in Indian secret service members being blamed for forays inside Bangladesh, causing considerable embarrassment to a regime that has, by then, piqued enough suspicion of being blindly pro-Indian.
Besides, Bangladesh being a signatory to a number of international Conventions relating to the status of refugees, and, Chetia and his colleagues having applied for asylum pursuant to those conventions, the incidents spurred a number of legal complications.

Legal minefield
The issue began to degenerate into a major crisis during the army-backed caretaker (CT) regime when the Indian influence peddling multiplied and the CT tried to deport Chetia to India. In desperation and treading through a legal minefield, his counsel, Advocate Mohammad Abdus Sattar, formally applied to the UNHCR to have his client recognized as a convention refugee. Addressed to Antonio Guterres, head of the UNHCR, Chetia’s counsel wrote to the UNHCR, “Not only his prayer for asylum in Bangladesh did not make any headway, he was being detained beyond the statutory 7 years limit for illegally entering Bangladesh. He therefore needed UNHCR intervention as a person in need of protection.”
There is evidence to prove Chetia indeed had endured inhumane torture. He was first arrested in March 1991 in Assam, tortured in custody, but was later released by political intervention of then Chief Minister of Assam, Hiteswar Saikia. Fearing further arrest and threat to life, he fled to Bangladesh where he was again arrested on December 21, 1997 under the Foreigners Act and the Passports Act of Bangladesh. Sentenced to seven years of imprisonment, he was supposed to be freed in 2004, but still rots in Bangladesh prison without any justification.

Poisoned relations
Meanwhile, the Chetia factor had poisoned bilateral relations almost intermittently and the Indian request to extradite him remained stalled due to (1) his yet-to-be-disposed asylum application in Bangladesh court, and, (2) There being no extradition treaty between the two countries.
“Unless the court takes a decision denying Chetia’s claim for refugee status, or he himself withdraws his petition, the matter may not move further,” said a concerned source within the government. The crisis has meanwhile morphed into a major foreign policy headache, involving the compulsion to comply with international Conventions on one hand, and, adhering to the request of a friendly neighbour, on the other.
Sources say, Chetia is being approached and pressurized by mandated representatives of the Indian government to withdraw his asylum application in return for promise not to be harmed. But other ULFA leaders are not convinced.
Sensing an imminent danger to the outfit’s very existence, Paresh Barua, the military chief of the outfit, decided to re-cast the outfit and its stratagem from the mountain ranges astride Myanmar-China border. The latest video snapshot comes from one of those encampments where the temporary leadership of the outfit is currently based.
Curiously, Delhi never exerted the kind of pressure on Myanmar or China as it has been exerting on Bangladesh. This smacks of duplicity and dubiousness. May be the China factor is playing a major role in Delhi’s imbalanced attitude toward its smaller neighbours.
Be that what it may, our investigation shows, the 54-year-old Baruah has an anchor in China’s Yunnan province bordering Myanmar, and he often frequents between northern Myanmar’s Kachin areas and the Yannan of China. India’s external affairs minister, S M Krishna, had informed the Rajya Sabha last month that India had taken up with China the issue of Baruah’s presence in that country.
Meanwhile, a seemingly desperate Chief Minister of Assam, Tarun Gogoi, had said his government has received ‘encouraging signals’ from the ULFA for holding peace talks, something ULFA leadership never confirmed as yet.
All these prove one thing for certain: The Assam factor has internationalized to the level where a lasting peace with ULFA can only be achieved with cooperation from Bangladesh, Myanmar and China. Bangladesh is particularly pivotal to any peace deal due to the outfit’s political chief being inside Bangladesh prison and, Assam being sandwiched between China and Bangladesh.

BSF

BSF arrogance
Delhi may not be unaware of such realities, but its border force, the BSF, seems too haughty to acknowledge their ramifications. According to the Guardian newspaper (Jan. 23), killing of Bangladeshi citizens at the Indo-Bangladesh border ‘is endorsed by Indian officials.”
Any official endorsement of a policy makes that policy an official one, period. The Guardian report carries further evidence of that being the case; at a time when Indo-Bangladesh border shooting incidents created serious uproar in the global media outlets, especially since the brutal killing of a Bangladeshi teenager, Felani, last month.
Guardian reporter Brad Adams wrote, “India has the right to impose border controls. But India does not have the right to use lethal force except where strictly necessary to protect life. Yet some Indian officials openly admit that unarmed civilians are being killed.” The report adds, ” The head of the BSF, Raman Srivastava, says that people should not feel sorry for the victims, claiming that since these individuals were illegally entering Indian territory, often at night, they were “not innocent” and therefore were a legitimate target.” Even if one is goaded to accept such an illegitimate, foolhardy argument, can anyone show other example of unarmed civilians being shot to death in any other bordering areas of the world; in such huge numbers, so often, for so long?
That the government had failed to challenge Delhi on this particular count remains a matter of unmitigated shame and despair. It’s also a blot that can not be easily erased from the litany of undoing of a regime that knows not how to fashion a sustainable foreign policy.

Felani killing by BSF gross HR violation: Odhikar

Source : New AgeSTOP BSF killing bangladeshi people

Staff Correspondent

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cruelty, bullets & barbed wires!

 

Felani: Her final journey!

Felani: An innocent mind

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Felani: Her final destination.

May God save Bangladesh.

Human rights organization Odhikar in a fact-finding report it released on Sunday said that India’s Border Security Force had breached the border agreement between Bangladesh and India by killing innocent girl Felani Khatun.

The report, which interviewed the victim’s family, villagers, Border Guards Bangladesh soldiers, the police and physicians, recommended that the Bangladesh government should ask India to give compensation to the family.

The 27 Rifles Battalion commander, Lieutenant Colonel Abdur Razzak Tarafdar, said Fenali’s killing by the BSF was not only a beach of international law but a gross violation of human rights and a display of barbaric inhumanity.

The report recommended that the government should take steps to end such violations and that there should be an immediate protest against such incidents.

The victim’s father Nurul Islam said that he had received the body but did not get back the gold ornaments she was had on when she was killed.

Nurul Islam now wants to settle down in Bangladesh on the land left by his father and bring back his wife and other children from India.

The Border Security Force on January 7 shot dead Felani after she got entangled in barbed-wire fence in the Phulbari border in Kurigram.

Felani Begum, 15, was reportedly returning to Bangladesh with her father Nurul Islam Nuru, a resident of Dakkhin Ramkhana at Nageswari in Kurigram, from Delhi.

Odhikar said the Indian guards kill one Bangladeshi every four days.  The organisation also said that 74 Bangladeshis were killed, 72 injured and 43 were abducted by the BSF in 2010.

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