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Sohail Akhtar Manab | Shilchar – Dhaka | 18 Feb 2015:: A most dangerous news of keeping captive under Islamic dictum has been surfaced through a leak in the exclusive report in Dainik Jugasankha, a Bengali News daily in Assam. In its 17th Feb Edition, the paper flashed the horrible report of 28 minority Hindu families being captive (Jimmi) by the Islamic Bangladesh’s ruling party cadres in the area of Dasherkanda Para of village Kankunipara under Barobaishdiya Union of Rangabali Subdivision in the Southern District of BD, Patuakhali.
Report has came as the Muslim fanatics of ruling party Awami League have captivated these 28 Hindu families including more than 40 girls and women with 25 children. Muslim fanatics of Awami League have been torturing these families with creating problems for supply of food and water, physical assault, child labour, molestation of girls and women and calming Rs 3,00,000 to 5,00,000 (Bangladesh Taka) each family as Jizya tax.
The Hindu families were traumatized in the first week of February when they objected a forceful occupation of a Hindu land for its use of Muslim burial ground in a Hindu village. Since then the Hindu families are kept in the custody unless they pay the Islamic ransom or otherwise they may leave the country and take refuge in the neighboring country India after leaving their land, wealth and beautiful ladies in the hands of the servants of Allah.
Very embarrassing news are coming from a source that Hindus in Dasherkanda Para are now forced to accept Islam and eat beef to maintain a peaceful life forever their own home. The beautiful ladies and girls are facing horrible nights as they are being tried to use twice or thrice in a night consecutively by the servants of Allah and follower of Quran and Mohammad.
The gruel situation prevailing in the village of Dasherkanda Para is clear violation of Humanity, Justice and any law related to Human, Child and Women Rights. But, no Rights agency came forward to address the matter so far. Even the victim Hindu families are quiet unable to lodge and complaint to the local Police Station as they are not allowed to step out from the captive village.
The matter came to the light when some journalists came to the streets after not being allowed into the village and they demonstrated publicly to restore the peace, law and order in that village. Protesting against the high handedness of the Islamic radical and for rescuing & helping the distressed minorities, the representatives of Dhaka Journalist Union, Dhaka Reporters Unity, PTv News 24, ZeeTv, RTv, Bangla Mail 24, Bhorer Kagoj, New Age, Bangla News 24, Dainik Itteffak, Dainik Jugasankha and all others signed in a joint statement accordingly.
It is assumed that the news have been censored by the Bangladesh Govt as some high officials of India and the Chief Minister of of West Bengal are coming to Bangladesh these days as per schedule.
Expert in Bangladesh for minority matters said that it would a more critical situation for the Bangladesh Hindu minorities in the ruling of Awami League Govt. even worst than the regime of communal BNP Govt. The Islamic face of Sheikh Hasina (Present PM of BD) may be more dangerous than the face of Khaleda Zia (Ex PM of BD) in the line of Hindu cleansing in Bangladesh. It is difficult to control Islamic fanaticsm in Bangladesh for any party unless ‘Islam State Religion’ is not repealed for its Constitution, adopted later (Eighth Amendment, 1988) defying the its original principle of “nationalism, socialism, democracy and secularity” as enshrined in 1971.
Amnesty International and other HR Agencies must intervene to save the lives of 28 captive Hindu families if these news are authenticated by them.
Courtesy: Private BD News | Dainik Jugasankha.