HIGH GROWTH OF ISLAM POPULATION

A LESSON FOR THE COUNTRIES WITH HIGH GROWTH OF ISLAM POPULATION BANGLADESH – LAND OF HINDUS AND BUDDHISTS JUST CENTURIES BACK
NOW HINDUS ARE FEARFUL MINORITY – MEN KILLED ,GIRLS ABDUCTED, RAPED AT WILL BY MAJORITY MUSLIM

Mr. Mohammad Hasanuzzaman, District & Sessions Judge (Retd.) of Thakurgaon District, BANGLADESH fanned his own religious beliefs and sent a Hindu abducted daughter (Lata Sarkar-19) to jail against her will enabling radicals to forcibly convert her to Islam. However, Lata Sarkar repeatedly shouted at the interrogator and wanted to go to the custody of her parents. After staying in the ” safe home “, of the jail custody it was seen that the girl was raped and gave birth to a baby. The judge thought that the girl would not be accepted by the parents if she gave birth to a child. But the judge’s communal aspirations ended in failure. Dhaka High Court issued Rule Nisi on Revisional Jurisdiction.

The Woman child Repression court, Thakurgaon later handed over the girl to her parents. The brave girl has now filed a case against those perpetrators at Pirganj police station on 28.07.2020 for the crime of ruining her child. The case is ongoing.

Some judges are trying to turn Bangladesh into a radical state by resorting to extreme communalism in the name of justice. This incident is a perfect example of this kind.

The real incident is that the father of the girl Amal Sarkar (Amal Chandra Shil) Sang Dastampur Pirganj, District Thakurgaon (Md. 01726151420) lodged F.I.R. that perpetrators forcibly abducted his daughter from his house on 04.09.19 at about 10 o’clock in the night. The girl’s father filed a case against 8 abductors including Md Abdur Rahman (22) at Pirganj Police Station under Section 8/30 of the Women and Child Abuse Act.

Thakurgaon Pirganj Upazila Dastampur Amal Sarkar’s abducted daughter Lata Sarkar was rescued from a long legal complication at around 5 pm from the court with the help of Bangladesh Minority Watch, BDMW Locals commented.

Pirganj Upazila Vice Chairman Sukumar Roy, Pirganj Upazila Hindu Buddhist Christian Unity Parishad President Shri Atul Chandra Roy, General Secretary Gopi Krishna Roy, Upazila Puja Udjapon Parishad President Prafulla Chandra, President of Minority Watch BDMW spoke on the occasion. UP Chairman Md. Harunur Rashid Parul, Adv. Abdur Razzak and others.

Amal Sarkar, the father of the abducted Lata Sarkar, went to the house of the accused and he was threatened to be killed ,if they wanted return of the girl. Amal Sarkar filed a kidnapping case against the accused at Pirganj Police Station. Police rescued Lata Sarkar within 20 days and arrested the accused. On 28.10.19, Senior District Sessions Judge Md. Hasanuzzaman asked for Latam Sarkar’s opinion. Lata prayed twice to go to her parents. But District Judge after evaluation, sent her to jail and on the other hand, the main accused was released on bail.

Judge Md. Golam Farooq of Thakurgaon Women and Child Abuse Court heard the case again on 30.09.19. There Lata Sarkar begged to go to his parents but he did not allow him to go to his parents and handed him over to Thakurgaon police on the pretext of social unrest.

And the police sent the girl to jail (Rajshahi Safe Home) without the consent of the family.

The legal guardian Amal Sarkar alleged that the judge had discriminated against Hindus and the accused for being Muslims, which was highly sectarian and forcibly converted.

Bangladesh Minority Watch President Adv Rabindra Ghosh tried to contact the judge on the phone (01552342943), the judge repeatedly hung up the phone and later had an unexpected conversation on the phone.

When Amal Sarkar approached the President of Bangladesh Minority Watch (BDMW) Adv. Rabindra Ghosh after seeking justice from the judges in Thakurgaon, Adv. Ghosh returned to the Thakurgaon Judge Court on February 23, 2020 from a long legal complication.

The people of the area expressed their gratitude to the Bangladesh Minority Watch BDMW Central Committee. After the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Swaran Sabha on August 15, the locals welcomed Adv. Ghosh and Dinajpur, Thakurgaon District BDMW representatives and they demanded strict legal punishment for the accused.

Through :

Adv.Rabindra Ghosh,
Founder President,
Bangladesh Minority Watch (BDMW)
43, Shohid Nazrul Islam Shorok,
Hatkhola Road, Chowdhry Mall (5th Floor)

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