Sunday, May 30, 2010

NEWS: Announcing Recipients of the 2010 JusticeMakers Fellowship

International Bridges to Justice is proud to announce the winners of the 2010 Asia JusticeMakers Fellowship Competition. The following individuals were each awarded $5,000 Fellowships to implement proposals that exhibited relevancy, efficacy, practicability, and sustainability in an effort to curb legal abuse and promote rule of law within their local communities. Please click on the pictures to view the project proposal in its entirety.

Prevention of Torture througb Direct Legal Aid and Human Rights Education
Shahanur Islam (Bangladesh) is running training sessions to promote respect for human rights amongst local police, prison officials and lawyers in Dhaka, selecting volunteers from these groups to facilitate awareness-raising activities in the wider community. He is also collaborating with the local legal community to provide legal aid to prisoners from religious and ethnic minorities who have had their rights violated.
Legal Assistance for Indigent Accused and Juvenile Offenses in Vietnam
Oanh Hoang Ngo (Vietnam) is improving access to counsel for indigent juveniles and strengthening the Vietnamese juvenile justice system by enhancing the professional capacity of lawyers through skills-training courses on juvenile cases.  She is also establishing a charitable fund to finance legal assistance for indigent defendants.
Legal Aid for Women Pretrial Detainees
H.M. Harshi Chitrangi Perera (Sri Lanka) is building a systematic and competent pool of legal resources to alleviate the problems in the Sri Lankan legal system: lack of respect for the rights of the accused, their lack of knowledge of their rights, and poor training of defense attorneys. She will identify and provide a set of female pre-trial detainees with legal representation, educating female prisoners about their rights during the identification process. She will also compile a study on the state of female prison inmates for publication.
Access to Justice for Detainees: A Community Legal Empowerment Approach
Ajeng Larasati (Indonesia) is working to ensure that detainees exercise the right to legal counsel granted by the Indonesian Constitution. Collaborating with a detention center in Jakarta, he will create educational tools and enlist a team of lawyers and psychologists to inform the accused about their legal rights and teach them to assert these rights. The team will also train detainees who act as assistants to the prison warden to provide legal services to the accused.
Legal Empowerment of Under Trial Prisoners in Sub-Jails
Bijaya Chanda (India) is mobilizing local lawyers to train underprivileged and marginalized remand prisoners of five sub-jails in Kolkata in procedure to demand their basic legal rights. She is also raising awareness of the legal and constitutional rights of the remand prisoners amongst their families so that they can demand adherence to these rights and protest in cases of violation by the authorities.

1 Malaysia Juvenile Justice Panel
Yasmeen Shariff (Malaysia) is working with the government, police, parents, and social workers to provide an alternative to custody for accused juveniles in Kuala Lumpur. Upon arrest, these parties will work together to decide on an alternative, appropriate recourse, such as warning and caution, mediation, family conferencing, counseling or therapeutic treatment.
Supporting Juvenile Justice Reform in Georgia
Nana Chapidze (Georgia) is working to improve the juvenile criminal justice system in Georgia by establishing a resource center to create an information database and provide direct assistance to juveniles. She is also organizing trainings for legal defenders, preparing and issuing guidelines on juvenile justice for key actors, and creating brochures to raise public awareness about the rights of juvenile detainees.

Public Initiatives on Fulfilling of Rights of Prisoners to be Released Early
Rasul Agagasan Jafarov (Azerbaijan) is publicizing the right to early release for prisoners in Azerbaijan by holding trainings for prisoners and their families. He is also assembling a team of lawyers to provide legal assistance to prisoners.


Legal Literacy and Support to Victims
Muhammad Waqas Abid (Pakistan) is conducting ten seminars in rural areas of Punjab to educate brick kiln workers and agricultural laborers, those most susceptible to legal rights abuse, about their legal rights. He is also collaborating with local lawyers and NGO’s to establish a legal resource center to provide direct case support to the accused. Finally, he is working with local media channels to maximize coverage of legal abuse.
Empowering Women Paralegals against Agrarian Criminalization
Rosselynn Jae Garcia de la Cruz (Philippines) is creating a paralegal class to train local females as paralegals, so that they may quickly respond to arrests in agrarian communities of the Bondoc Peninsula. The paralegals will ensure the preservation of evidence, gather affidavits, and help farmers navigate the legal process.
Judicial and Human Rights Camps (PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD WINNER)
Junaid Khalid (Pakistan) is establishing “legal camps” throughout Karachi to provide citizens with direct and easily accessible legal advice and counsel. These camps, facilitated by lawyers, government officials, law enforcement and community leaders, will complement an online-based initiative offering citizens a platform to submit legal questions and access electronic legal rights education resources.

Saturday, May 8, 2010

Human Rights Organizatin Concerns over the attact on Law Enforcing Agencies


URGENT APPEAL:Seeking justice through the proper investigation of the incident of killing due to torture by RAB


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Thursday, May 6, 2010

HUMAN RITHS REPORT: For the month of April 2010 (published on the daily Naya Digonto )

HUMAN RITHS REPORT: For the month of April 2010


Despite of promising to protect and promote human right in Bangladesh by the Government, the incident of human rights violation is gradually increasing.

(The State of Human Rights for the period of April 2010)

Bangladesh Institute of Human Rights (BIHR) is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation registered with the Department of Social Welfare, Government of the Peoples Republic of Bangladesh based on United Nation Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) dedicated to promote and protect human rights in Bangladesh. BIHR published its state of Human Rights for the period of April 01 to April 30, 2010. The report was prepared by the research and documentation cell of BIHR on the basis of report published in 12 national news paper, fact-finding mission and direct sources of BIHR. BIHR is deeply concerned over the gradually increasing the human rights violation in Bangladesh. Adv. Shahanur Islam, the Secretary General of BIHR asks the Government to stop the all kind of violation as well as demands to investigate and bring the allege perpetrators before the book by proper investigation.

Human Rights Violation by State Party

Torture:

BIHR means “torture” as the violation of human rights anywhere in Bangladesh by any unfair means by the personnel of the law enforcing agencies. During the reporting period April 01 to 30, 2010 in several places in Bangladesh836 people were tortured by law enforcing agencies. Among them 776 people were tortured by policemen, 37 people were tortured by Border Guard of Bangladesh (BGB), 6 people were tortured by Rapid action battalion (RAB) and 17 people were tortured by member of Ansar.

Death due to Killing:

During the reporting period, law enforcement agencies killed 10 people in deference places in Bangladesh. Among them 3 people were killed policemen and 7 people were killed by Rapid action battalion (RAB). Among the incident 7 people were killed in the name of so called gun shooting and 2 people were killed in the name of cross fire.

Death in Custody:

During the reporting period 06 people were died in jail custody. Among deaths 2 people were alleged perpetrators of BRD mutiny, 1 of them was prisoner and others 3 were general people under trial. 

Border Conflict:
                                                                                                      
During the reporting period, 11 incident of human rights violation were perpetrated by the Border Security Force (BSF), India. Among the incident 4 Bangladesh citizen were killed by shooting, 6 people were tortured and 1 people was abducted by the BSF.
                                                           
                                                  Organized Violence                                                        

Death due to Political Violence:

During the reporting period 19 political leaders, activist and supporter were killed in deferent political parties in Bangladesh. Among of them 11 were the leaders, activist and supporter of the ruling party Bangladesh Awami league and its associated wings, 5 were leaders, activist and supporters of Bangladesh nationalist Party (BNP) and its associated wings and 3 were other party’s and general people.

Injured due to Political Violence:

During the reporting period 818 political leaders, activist and supporter were injured in deferent political parties in Bangladesh. Among of them 549 were the leaders, activist and supporter of the ruling party Bangladesh Awami league and its associated wings, which of them 382 were injured due to inter party clash and rest of them injured by the hand of the BNP and others. Meanwhile, 269 leaders, activist and supporters of Bangladesh nationalist Party (BNP) and its associated wings were injured which of tem 74 were injured due to inter party clash and rest of them injured by the hand of Bangladesh Awami League and others.

Minority Repression:

During the reporting period 19 incidents of human rights violation were taken place against the minority community in Bangladesh. Among them attacked on the family of minority Hindu community people; molested the Hindu women and children; land grabbing; attacked on Hindu temple; destroyed religious images; destroyed the crops, looted valuables things at Manikgonj, Akhaura, Khulna, Narayangonj, Brammanbaria, Munsigonj, Rupganj,Keraniganj, Sonagazi, Joldhaka, Shibgonj, Maulovibazar, Modhupur, Faridpur as well as others places in Bangladesh.
                                                                                                                                               


Violence against Women and Children


Rape and attempt to Rape:         

During the reporting period a total 63 women and children were raped. Aong them 21 were women and 42 were children. Of them 5 were killed by perpetrators after rape. During the period 14 women and children were victimized in gang rape. Beside this, 4 women and 2 children in a total 6 people were attempted to rape. Among them 1 was killed after attempt to rape.

Acid Throwing:
                                                     
During the reporting period 5 people were victimized in acid throwing and 1 people was received thread of acid violence.

Molestation:

The world molestation means sexual harassment trough teasing, using abusive worlds, and disrobing. During the reporting period a total number of 78 women, adolescent girl and children were victimized in molestation in several places in Bangladesh. Among them 6 women and children were committed suicide and 1 of the children was attempted to commit suicide after victimized in molestation. Especially, during the celebration of Bengali New Year, at TSC Square of Dhaka University, 20 women and girls were victimized in molestation. Moreover, 1 people was victimized by the concerned doctor while she was admitted as patient and 1 was victimized by the policeman.

Violence Due to Dowry:

During the reporting period 36 house wives were killed and 25 were physically assaulted by the husband and the member of husband family due to dowry. Beside this, 9 number of house wife were committed suicide due to the repression of husband and his family members relating to dowry.  

Abduction and Trafficking:         

During the reporting period 105 people were abducted in different places in Bangladesh. Among them 5 were women and 49 were children and adolescent girls. Moreover, 2 girls were raped and 2 women and children were killed after their abduction.  Beside this,, 36 women and girls were rescued during trafficking. Among them 7 were women and 26 were children. Moreover, 1 adolescent girl was victimized in sex trafficking.
                                                            

Domestic Worker Repression:

During the reporting period 6 domestic workers were victimized in repression. Among them 2 were committed suicide, 2were victimized in suspected death and 2 were physically assaulted by the house-owner. Especially, 1 of them physically assaulted by a doctor and another one was physically assaulted by a policeman.

Suicide and suspected death:

During the reporting period 73 people were committed suicide in deferent places in Bangladesh. Among them 55 were women children. However, 9 house wife were committed suicide due to repression by husband and his family members for dowry, 14 house wife committed suicide due to conjugal dispute, 6 adolescent girls were committed suicide due to being deceived by her beloved and 6 adolescent girls were committed suicide due to psychological repression by the lecher.


Other Social Violence

General Killing and Injury:

During the reporting period 161 were fell in death in different social violence in several place in Bangladesh. Among them 9 were women and 6 were children. Meanwhile, 2732 people were injured due to different social violence. Moreover, 12 people were fallen in death due to mass beating.

Death due to Negligence and Dead Body Recovery:         

During the reporting period 9 people were fallen in death due to negligence as well as wrong treatment by the doctor. Among them 2 were women and 6 were children.  In the same time 76 dead bodies were rescued in deference place in Bangladesh. Among them 20 were women and 18 were children.  

Journalist and Human Rights Defender Repression:

Journalist and human rights defenders are considered as the conscience of the society. During the reporting period 28 incidents of human rights violation were committed against the journalist. Among them 1 child journalist was abducted, one killed, 16 were physically assaulted, 3 were threatened to kill, one was implicated false case, as well as one’s family members were attempted to kill by burning. Meanwhile, broadcasting of one electronic media (Channel-1) was ban by the government.         

Violence at Educational Institution and garment factory:

Political violence in educational institution has been alarming happening in Bangladesh due to increasing day by day. During the reporting period 21 incidents of violence were happened in several educational intuitions in Bangladesh. Among the incident 167 students were injured and one was fallen in death. In the same time, 8 incidents of violence were occurred at different garment factory in Bangladesh where 281 people were injured.

Violence against Law Enforcing Agencies: 

During the reporting period 9 members of law enforcement agencies were fallen in death in different incident including accident and164 were injured during discharging their duty. Among of them 43 were member of police, 10 are member of Border Guard of Bangladesh (BGB) and 11 were member of Rapid Action battalion (RAB).









Monday, May 3, 2010

http://www.savebd.com/news/hr-report-highlights-extrajudicial-killings-violence-against-women-journalists/

HR report highlights extrajudicial killings, violence against women, journalists

  • April HR report
  • 28 incidents of HR violations against journalists
  • 10 extrajudicial killings
  • 836 people became victims of assault by law enforcing agencies
  • 11 incidents of HR violations by Indian Border Security Force (BSF)
  • 818 injured due to political violence
  • 161 people (including 9 women and 5 children) killed, 2732 people were injured in social violence

Some ten people were killed allegedly at the hands of law enforcers in April, according to a report prepared by the Bangladesh Institute of Human Rights (BIHR).
Besides, 836 people became victims of assault allegedly by members of law enforcing agencies during the same period.
On the other hand, nine law enforcers were killed in different incidents, including accidents, while they were on-duty. Besides, 164 others were injured and one remains missing from the same month.
The BIHR report based on published reports of different dailies also revealed that 11 incidents of HR violations were reportedly committed by Indian Border Security Force (BSF) across the frontier, claiming the lives of four people and injuring six others between April 1 and 30 April.
At least 19 leaders and activists of different political parties were killed and 818 others were injured due to political violence across the country.
Of them, 11 belong to ruling Awami League and its front organisations, five belongs to main opposition BNP and its front organisations and the remaining three belong to other organisations,
the BIHR said.
Around 161 people, including nine women and five children, were killed in different instances of social violence across the country during the same period.

http://www.newstoday-bd.com/metropolis.asp?newsdate=5/3/2010#9416

HR report highlights extrajudicial killings


Some ten people were killed allegedly at the hands of law enforcers in April, according to a report prepared by the Bangladesh Institute of Human Rights (BIHR), reports UNB.
 
Besides, 836 people became victims of assault allegedly by members of law enforcing agencies during the same period.

On the other hand, nine law enforcers were killed in different incidents, including accidents, while they were on-duty. Besides, 164 others were injured and one remains missing from the same month.
The BIHR report based on published reports of different dailies also revealed that 11 incidents of HR violations were reportedly committed by Indian Border Security Force (BSF) across the frontier, claiming the lives of four people and injuring six others between April 1 and 30 April.
At least 19 leaders and activists of different political parties were killed and 818 others were injured due to political violence across the country.
Of them, 11 belong to ruling Awami League and its front organisations, five belongs to main opposition BNP and its front organisations and the remaining three belong to other organisations, the BIHR said.

Around 161 people, including nine women and five children, were killed in different instances of social violence across the country during the same period.

Besides, some 2732 people were injured in instances of social violence and 12 people were beaten to death across the country during the same period

The report recorded twenty-eight incidents of HR violations against journalists across the country. One journalist was killed, 16 were injured, three received threats while one child journalist was kidnapped in April.

http://www.rantburg.com/poparticle.php?D=2010-05-03&ID=295903

 
Only ten?
Some ten people were killed allegedly at the hands of law enforcers in April, according to a report prepared by the Bangladesh Institute of Human Rights (BIHR). Besides, 836 people became victims of assault allegedly by members of law enforcing agencies during the same period.(UNB, Dhaka)

On the other hand, nine law enforcers were killed in different incidents, including accidents, while they were on-duty. Besides, 164 others were injured and one remains missing from the same month.

The BIHR report based on published reports of different dailies also revealed that 11 incidents of HR violations were reportedly committed by Indian Border Security Force (BSF) across the frontier, claiming the lives of four people and injuring six others between April 1 and 30 April.

At least 19 leaders and activists of different political parties were killed and 818 others were injured due to political violence across the country.

Of them, 11 belong to ruling Awami League and its front organisations, five belongs to main opposition BNP and its front organisations and the remaining three belong to other organisations, the BIHR said. Around 161 people, including nine women and five children, were killed in different instances of social violence across the country during the same period.

Besides, some 2732 people were injured in instances of social violence and 12 people were beaten to death across the country during the same period.

The report recorded twenty-eight incidents of HR violations against journalists across the country. One journalist was killed, 16 were injured, three received threats while one child journalist was kidnapped in April.

HUMAN RITHS REPORT: For the month of April 2010 (published on UNB )

HR report highlights extrajudicial killings, violence against women, journalists

Reported by: UNBconnect
Reported on: May 02, 2010 20:16 PM
 
Dhaka, May 2 (UNB)- Some ten people were killed allegedly at the hands of law enforcers in April, according to a report prepared by the Bangladesh Institute of Human Rights (BIHR).

Besides, 836 people became victims of assault allegedly by members of law enforcing agencies during the same period.

On the other hand, nine law enforcers were killed in different incidents, including accidents, while they were on-duty. Besides, 164 others were injured and one remains missing from the same month.

The BIHR report based on published reports of different dailies also revealed that 11 incidents of HR violations were reportedly committed by Indian Border Security Force (BSF) across the frontier, claiming the lives of four people and injuring six others between April 1 and 30 April.

At least 19 leaders and activists of different political parties were killed and 818 others were injured due to political violence across the country.

Of them, 11 belong to ruling Awami League and its front organisations, five belongs to main opposition BNP and its front organisations and the remaining three belong to other organisations,
the BIHR said.

Around 161 people, including nine women and five children, were killed in different instances of social violence across the country during the same period.

Besides, some 2732 people were injured in instances of social violence and 12 people were beaten to death across the country during the same period.

The report recorded twenty-eight incidents of HR violations against journalists across the country. One journalist was killed, 16 were injured, three received threats while one child journalist was
kidnapped in April. 
 
http://www.unbconnect.com/component/news/task-show/id-19704

HUMAN RITHS REPORT: For the month of April 2010 (published on the daily Somakal )

Saturday, May 1, 2010

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GwcÖj -2010 gv‡m mviv †`‡k †hŠZz‡Ki `vex‡Z ¯^vgx I Zvi cwiev‡ii m`m¨‡`i wbh©vZ‡b 36 Rb M„neay wbnZ I 25 Rb kvixwiKfv‡e AvnZ n‡q‡Qb| ZvQvov †hŠZz‡Ki `vex‡Z ¯^vgx I Zvi cwiev‡ii m`m¨‡`i wbh©vZ‡b 9 Rb M„neay AvZ¥nZ¨v K‡i‡Qb|

Acnib I cvPvi t
GwcÖj -2010 gv‡m mviv †`‡k 105 Rb e¨w³ Acni‡Yi wkKvi n‡q‡Q| hvi g‡a¨ ïaygvÎ 5 Rb bvix I 49 Rb wkï-wK‡kvix i‡q‡Qb| ZvQvov Acni‡bi ci 2 Rb wkï-wK‡kvix‡K al©Y I 2 Rb bvix-wkï‡K nZ¨v Kiv n‡q‡Q| GKB mgq 36 Rb bvix I wkï‡K cvPviKvjxb mg‡q D×vi Kiv n‡q‡Q| hvi g‡a¨ 7 Rb bvix I 26 Rb wkï-wK‡kvix i‡q‡Qb| ZvQvov GKRb wK‡kvix ‡m· UªvwdwKs Gi wkKvi n‡q‡Qb|

M„n cwiPvwiKvt
GwcÖj -2010 gv‡m mviv †`‡k 6 Rb M„ncwiPvwiKv wewfbœfv‡e gvbgvwaKvi jsN‡bi wkKvi n‡q‡Qb| hvi g‡a¨ 2 Rb AvZ¥nZ¨v, 2R‡bi inm¨RbK g„Zy¨ I 2Rb M„nKZ©„ KZ©„K kvixwiK wbh©vZ‡bi wkKvi n‡q‡Qb| Zv‡`i g‡a¨ 1 Rb wPwKrm‡Ki nv‡Z I 1 Rb cywjk m`‡m¨i n‡Z kvixwiK wbh©vZ‡bi wkKvi n‡q‡Q|

AvZ¥nZ¨v I inm¨RbK g„Zz¨ t
GwcÖj -2010 gv‡m mviv †`‡k me©‡gvU 73 Rb e¨w³ wewfbœ Kvi‡b AvZ¥nZ¨v K‡i‡Q| G†`i g‡a¨ 55 Rb bvix I wkï- wK‡kvix i‡q‡Qb| hv‡`i g‡a¨ ¯^vgx I Zvi cwiev‡ii m`m¨‡`i wbh©vZ‡b 9 Rb M„neay, `v¤úZ¨ Kj‡n 14 Rb M„nea~, †cÖwg‡Ki Øviv †cÖ‡g cÖZvwiZ n‡q 6 Rb I eLv‡U‡`i Drcv‡Z 6 Rb wkï-wK‡kv‡ix AvZ¥nZ¨v K‡i‡Qb| GKB mgq, 14 R‡bi inm¨RbK g„Zy¨ n‡q‡Q| hvi g‡a¨ 9 bvix I 2Rb wkï i‡q‡Q|

ivR‰bwZK mwnsmZv

wbnZ I AvnZt
GwcÖj -2010 gv‡m mš¿vmx nvgjvmn ivR‰bwZK mwnsmZvq wewfbœ ivR‰bwZK `jmgy‡ni 19 Rb ‡bZv- Kgx© g„Z©z¨ eiY K‡i‡Qb| hvi g‡a¨ evsjv‡`k AvIqvgx jxM I Gi AsM msMV‡bi  11 Rb, weGbwc I Gi AsM msMV‡bi  5 Rb I Ab¨vb¨ `‡ji 3 Rb ‡bZv- Kgx© I i‡q‡Qb|

GKB mgq ivR‰bwZK mwnsmZvq wewfbœ ivR‰bwZK `jmgy‡ni 818 Rb †bZvKgx© gvivZœKfv‡e AvnZ n‡q‡Qb| G‡`i g‡a¨ weGbwc I Gi AsM msMV‡bi 269 Rb †bZvKg©x i‡q‡Qb| hvi g‡a¨ wbR `jxq Aš—-msN‡l© 74 Rb Ges evsjv‡`k AvIqvgx jxM I Gi AsM msMV‡bi †bZvKg©x‡`i nv‡Z 183 Rb AvnZ n‡q‡Q| Ab¨w`‡K, evsjv‡`k AvIqvgx jxM I Gi AsM msMV‡bi 549 Rb †bZv Kg©x wewfbœ NUbvq AvnZ n‡q‡Q| hvi g‡a¨ wbR`jxq Aš—-msN‡l© 382 Rb, weGbwc I Gi AsM msMV‡bi †bZvKg©xi nv‡Z 102 Rb AvnZ n‡q‡Q|

mvgvwRK mwnsmZv

wbnZ I AvnZ t
GwcÖj-2010 gv‡m mviv †`‡k wewfbœ mvgvwRK mwnsmZvq 161 Rb e¨w³ wbnZ n‡q‡Q| hvi g‡a¨ 9 Rb bvix I 5 Rb wkï i‡q‡Q| GKB mgq mviv †`‡k wewfbœ mvgvwRK mwnsmZvq 2732 Rb AvnZ n‡q‡Q| ZvQvov Gmgq MYwcUwb‡Z 12 Rb wbnZ n‡q‡Q|

jvk D×vi I Ae‡njvq g„Zz¨t
GwcÖj -2010 gv‡m mviv †`‡k Wv³v‡ii Ae‡njv I f~j wPwKrmvq 9 Rb wbnZ n‡q‡Q| hvi g‡a¨ 2 Rb bvix I 6 Rb wkï wK‡kvix i‡q‡Q| GKB mgq wewfbœ e¨w³i 76 wU jvk D×vi n‡q‡Q| hvi g‡a¨ 20 Rb bvix I 18 Rb wkï wK‡kvix i‡q‡Q|

msL¨vjNy wbh©vZbt
GwcÖj -2010 gv‡m mviv †`‡k msL¨vjNyi wei“‡× 19wU gvbevwaKvKvi jsN‡bi NUbv N‡U‡Q| hvi g‡a¨ gvwbKMÄ, AvLvDov, Lyjbv, bvivqbMÄ, eªv¤§b evwoqv, gywÝMÄ,i“cMÄ, †KivbxMÄ, †mvbvMvRx, Rj XvKv, wkeMÄ, †gŠjfx evRvi, gaycyi, dwi`cy‡i evsjv‡`k AvIqvgx jxM I Gi A½ msMV‡bi †bZv Kgx© Ges GjvKvi cÖfvekvjx gnj KZ©„K msL¨vjNy cwiev‡ii Dci nvgjv, wbh©vZb, AvnZ I cwiev‡ii bvix I wkï‡`i k­xjZvnvbx NUv‡bv, Rwg `Lj, gw›`i `Lj I ‡`eZv fv½Pzi, evox `Lj I fv½Pzi, dm‡ji ¶wZi NUbvmn wewfbœfv‡e wbh©vZ‡bi NUbv N‡U‡Q|

Ab¨vb¨t

AvBb k„sLjv i¶vKvix evwnbxi wei“‡× mwnsmZvt
GwcÖj -2010 gv‡m mviv †`‡k KZ©e¨iZ Ae¯’vq AvBb k„•Ljv I wbivcËv i¶vKvix evwnbxi 09 Rb m`m¨ g„Zz¨eiY (`yN©Ubvmn), 164 Rb AvnZ I 1Rb wb‡LuvR n‡q‡Q| hvi g‡a¨ 43 Rb cywjk evwnbxi, 10 Rb eW©vi MvW© Ae evsjv‡`k (wewRwe)Õi I 11 Rb i¨ve m`m¨ AvnZ n‡q‡Qb|

mvsevw`‡Ki wei“‡× mwnsmZvt
GwcÖj -2010 gv‡m mviv †`‡k msev`cÎ I mvsevw`‡Ki wei“‡× 28 wU gvbevwaKvi jsN‡bi NUbv N‡U‡Q| hvi g‡a¨ KZ©e¨ cvjbKv‡j 1 Rb wkï mvsevw`K‡K Acnib, 3 Rb‡K cÖvY bv‡ki ûgwK, 16 Rb‡K kvixwiKfv‡e AvnZ, 1 Rb‡K wg_¨v gvgjvq Rov‡bvi ûgwK, 1 Rb‡K wbh©vZb Kivi ûgwK, 1 R‡bi cwievi‡K cywo‡q nZ¨vi †Póv, 1R‡bi †`vKv‡b Zvjv †`Iqv, 1 Rb mvsevw`‡Ki wei“‡× gvgjv I 1 Rb wbnZ  n‡q‡Qb| ZvQvov, miKvi KZ©„K (P¨v‡bj 1 )   1wU wUwf P¨v‡b‡ji Kvh©µg eÜ K‡i ‡`Iqv n‡q‡Q|

duvwm I wewWAvi we‡`ªv‡ni ivq cÖ`vb t
GwcÖj -2010 gv‡m mviv †`‡k wewfbœ gvgjvq Av`vjZ 8 R‡bi wei“‡× dvuwmi ivq cÖ`vb K‡ib| ZvQvov, mviv‡`‡k msNwUZ wewWAvi we‡`ªv‡ni NUbvq 4 wU †Rjvq AbywôZ wePv‡i 190 wewWAvi m`m¨‡K wewfbœ †gqv‡` mkªg Kviv`Û I 10 Rb‡K Lvjvk cÖ`vb Kiv n‡q‡Q|

Mv‡g©›Um I wk¶v cÖwZôv‡b mwnsmZvt
GwcÖj -2010 gv‡m mviv †`‡k  wewfbœ wk¶v cÖwZôv‡b 21 wU mwnsmZvi NUbv N‡U‡Q| hv‡Z 167 Rb wk¶v_©x AvnZ n‡q‡Q Ges 1 Rb wbnZ n‡q‡Q| ZvQvov, mviv ‡`‡k wewfbœ Mv‡g©›Um cÖwZôv‡b 8wU mwnsmZvi NUbv N‡U‡Q| hv‡Z281 Rb AvnZ n‡q‡Q|

mycvwikt
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HUMAN RITHS REPORT: For the month of April 2010