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Victim of Bangladesh Army Torture

On 4 August 2008, a group of Bangladesh army personnel led by Capt. Tanvir demanded few chickens from Buddhist villagers Mr. Tonchongya of Belaichari. When Mr. Tonchongya refused the Muslim soldiers of Bangladesh army blind folded him and tortured him resulting in the fracture of his right leg. Thereafter Tanvir forced the local village chief Anil Chandra Tonchongya and Doctor Priya Dorshi to sign a statement stating that Mr. Tonnyapu Tonchongya got his leg fractured while running away from the army.


Bangladesh aremy detains and tortures indigenous Chakma men in Longadu

On 28 April 2006 a group of Bangladesh Army personnel of Maynimukh zone in Longadu conducted an operation for four hours from 6.00 am to 10 am at Jatramura village of Atarakchara, Longadu. The army personnel arrested and severely tortured following 16 indigenous Chakma people.

  1. Mr. Smriti Bikash Chakma, son of Kanchan Kumar Chakma
  2. Mr. Babul Chakma, son of Shanti Mani Chakma
  3. Mr. Sabinoy Chakma, son of Binanda Chakma
  4. Mr. Binimoy Chakma, son of Smriti Bikash Chakma
  5. Mr. Shantimoy Chakma, son of Smriti Bikash Chakma
  6. Mr. Babulya Chakma, son of Smriti Bikash Chakma
  7. Mr. Shanti Bikash Chakma, son of Tarani Sen Chakma
  8. Mr. Baghya Chakma, son of Nilasen Chakma
  9. Mr. Tapan Chakma, son of Jongi Pista Chakma
  10. Mr. Swapan Bikash Chakma, son of Jongi Pista Chakma
  11. Mr. Rabi Sankar Chakma, son of Ukkopeda Chakma
  12. Mr. Binanda Chakma, son of Rajamoni Chakma
  13. Mr. Sunentu Chakma, son of Binanda Chakma
  14. Mr. Gunentu Chakma, son of Binanda Chakma
  15. Mr. Nila Baran Chakma, son of Hridoy Bap Chakma
  16. Mr. Amerika Chakma, son of Ananta Bijoy Chakma

Later 12 men were released but 4 men of the list (1 to 4) were handed over to the Longadu police station in connection with false arms case.


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