Rights activists condemn US report's claims about Jamaat

Rights activists condemn US report’s claims about Jamaat

0 minutes, 51 seconds Read

Anti-war crime campaigners and rights activists have criticized the latest US human rights report on Bangladesh as advocating “freedom of assembly” of the Jamaat-e-Islami – which strongly opposed Bangladesh’s independence and shared human rights concerns with the Pakistani military. committed crimes against Liberation War, Report of UNB.

According to the US State Department report: “Leaders and members of Jamaat-e-Islami (Jamaat), the country’s largest Muslim political party, could not exercise their constitutional freedom of speech and assembly due to harassment by law enforcement officials. The Jamaat was deregistered as a political party by the government, barring candidates from seeking office under the Jamaat name.

“This report pertains to the Jamaat-e-Islami (Jamaat) Bangladesh, a political party with a proven record of collaborating with the Pakistani military junta in 1971 in acts of genocide, kidnapping, looting, arson, rape and other forms of violence . women. It is an established fact that its military wings under the names of Al-Badr and Al-Shams were responsible for the killings of intellectuals between December 10 and 14,” observed Sultana Kamal, a noted rights activist.

999 Total Views 1 Views Today
Spread the love

Similar Posts