Incidents of enforced disappearance clear in ‘Prisoners at Aynaghar’: Nurul
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Instead of taking actions against the people, who have been sanctioned internationally on allegations of involvement with the incidents of enforced disappearances and extrajudicial killings, are being promoted to higher ranks. This is how the government has been criminalising the administration, claimed Gono Odhikar Parishad member secretary Nurul Haque.
Nurul Haque, also former vice-president of DUSCU (Dhaka University Central Students’ Union), said this at a programme organised in front of National Press Club Tuesday protesting the forced disappearance and killing of Nurshad Pramanik, Natore district convener of Gono Odhikar Parishad.
He further said, “Netra News’ documentary ‘Aynagharer Bondi’ clearly reveals how the state organisations have been making people victim of enforced disappearances and killing them.”
Nurul Haque also said over 600 people have been fallen victim of enforced disappearances in the last 13 years, over 100 people are still missing while bodies of over 50 people were found, he added.