Instead, investigate and stop human rights violators
NHRC Chairman Dr Kamal Uddin Ahmed talks about how the commission has dealt with the cases of enforced disappearance.
Numbers of extrajudicial killings and enforced disappearances have dropped drastically in Bangladesh since the US imposed sanctions on Rab and seven of its former and current officials for alleged human rights abuses, the Human Rights Watch observed in its annual report.
Five new incidents of enforced disappearance in Bangladesh were reported to the UN Working Group on Enforced Disappearances in the last one year.
At least 92 people became victims of enforced disappearances last year and 23 of them are still missing, says a new human rights report.
Members of around 80 families joined the programme under the banner of “Mayer Daak”, a platform of victims' family members, from across the country. Speaking at the event, supported by rights activists, family members slammed the state for denying justice to their dear ones.
Bangladesh government took limited measures to investigate and prosecute cases of extrajudicial killings and enforced
Family members of the victims of “enforced disappearances” organise a mass hearing in Dhaka demanding whereabouts of the dear and near ones.