Human rights monitoring report : August 2012

The August 2012 monthly human rights monitoring report describes the human rights situation in Bangladesh, and deals specifically with the following areas:

  • Political violence
  • Police stop meetings of medical college admission candidates
  • Torture in custody
  • Public lynching
  • Police submitted final report on the case filed by Limon’s mother and attack his family
  • School teacher assaulted by RAB
  • Allegations of disappearance after being picked up by members of law enforcing agencies
  • Home Ministry report indicates RAB’s involvement in the disappearance of Tushar Islam Titu
  • Freedom of the media
  • Imposition of Section 144 of the Code of Criminal  Procedure
  • Government’s harassment on NGOs
  • Human rights violations by Indian BSF
  • Workers of the readymade garment sector
  • Trial of the BDR mutiny
  • Violence against women

The report closes with statistics on violations and a list of 13 recommendations to the government of Bangladesh.

human rights monitoring-monthly report-Aug 2012-eng (full text in English, PDF)

human rights monitoring-monthly report-Aug 2012-ben (full text in Bangla, PDF)


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