Tag Archives | Border violence/killings

17 persons were killed by law enforcers in February 2007

According to the documentation of Odhikar, on human rights violations which occurred during 01 to 28 February 2007, as many as 17 persons were killed by the law enforcement agencies. Of them, 9 were killed by the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB), 5 by police, 1 by the army, 1 by joint forces and 1 by […]

March 1, 2007 | Read full story | Comments { 0 }

Indian Border Security Force (BSF) and Indian miscreants kill 607 Bangladeshis in 7 years

Trespass into Bangladesh territory by the Indian Border Security Force (BSF) has caused terrible human rights violations at the border areas in Bangladesh. Bangladeshi people are killed, injured, abducted, arrested by BSF. It has also been alleged that acts of rape and mugging have been perpetrated by BSF at the border areas. Continuous attacks on […]

February 25, 2007 | Read full story | Comments { 0 }

The state of human rights in Bangladesh 2006 : an Odhikar report

The current human rights situation in Bangladesh reflects an increasing global erosion of the gains achieved by the socio-political struggles of the people against repression at various levels – family, community and the state. Violations of human rights in Bangladesh are challenges faced by the country routinely every year. Unfortunately, old issues remain largely unresolved […]

February 20, 2007 | Read full story | Comments are closed

Human rights monitoring report : January 2007

Human-rights-monitoring-report-january-report-2007-eng (full text in English, PDF) Human-rights-monitoring-report-january-report-2007-ban (full text in Bangla, PDF)

February 1, 2007 | Read full story | Comments are closed

374 killed in political conflict, 355 killed by law enforcement agencies

 04 January, 2007  Press Release of Odhikar  Odhikar’s data on human rights violations shows that in the year 2006, 374 persons have been killed, 21265 injured, 2358 arrested and 48 abducted due to political related violence. Besides, 28651 were the victims of mass arrest. In 2005, 310 persons were killed, 8997 persons injured, 1216 arrested […]

January 4, 2007 | Read full story | Comments { 0 }