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Political leaders are only responsible for the political oppression in Bangladesh

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Political leaders are only responsible for political oppression in Bangladesh

Have you heard the incident of Tazreen garments, Rana Plaza, seven murder in Narayangong, Sagor-Runy killing? Surely you have heard it, but question is can law enforce agency do anything to ensure the justice? The answer will be no and now the question is why does it happen? The answer will be for the political leaders but the law enforces agency cannot do anything to stop it and they have no power on the politician to lessen it. For that reason mass people of Bangladesh and the opposition leaders also face political oppression and they have no way to overcome it. That is why, I strongly believe that, political leaders are only responsible for political oppression in Bangladesh as they are control over law enforces agencies, they have extra privilege and they also influence the judiciary system. First of all I want to say that politicizing of law enforce agency is the first reason for the political oppression of Bangladesh. According to Ahmad (2013), the political, democratic and basic constitutional rights of the political parties and mass people are denied and the senior political leaders are routinely arrested by police, but we know that the primary duty of the law enforces agency is to maintain and control law and order within the country and it is the constitutional mandate (Article 27 of the constitution) unfortunately the result of the politicizing law enforces agency the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB), Police and Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) have been acting as political cadres of ruling party and they apply law with almost partially. As a result, the mass people and the opposition party workers and leaders seem to be the target and they are victimized by the law enforce agency. Another point is when law enforce agency are biased surely their work will be changed and according to Ahmad (2013) now the work of law enforcement agencies is to help and assist the government party workers and leaders and to harass, beat and torture mass people and opposition leaders. Besides it they have no accountability, that is why politicize law enforce agency killed two hundred people in March 2013 which cited in the Economist (April, 2013), raped women in different areas in country according to, Al Zazeera (December, 2013), killed seven people in Narayangong, as cited in The Daily Star, (27th April, 2014). Besides it the law enforce agency arrested nine years’ girl, pregnant women and elderly men and women also, as cited in Naya Digonto, (25th January, 2013). They blamed opposition parties for all kind of vandalism but they are involved in this. For example, the incident of Matiur Rahman, the editor of Prothom Alo whose car was shot by police guns bullet, but police blamed Shibir (student organization of Bangladesh Jamat Islami) without any investigation, on the 12th of February, Shibir took out processions at the Kawran Bazaar area. All news agencies reported the attack on the car of Matiur Rahman, editor of Prothom Alo. The Daily Star, ProthomAlo and BDNews24 reported that the car was vandalised in the midst of the clashes by the Shibir activists. News agency RTNN however, reported that the car’s windshield was punctured by a police bullet, which broke and caused injuries to the hand of the editor. Major Television channels blamed Shibir for the attack, citing attacks by Shibir on policemen and even the Naya Diganta office, which in reality had been victim of arson attacks by pro-government political activists. Alternate media outlets, however, told a different story and gave accounts of plain clothed men openly using shotguns and pistols to shoot at handcuffed and bound Shibir activists. According to, New Age, (February 2013) the bullet was police guns. Therefore these scenarios say us how the biased and politicized law enforces agencies involved in polytypical turmoil and crime and how they used by the political leaders as they want.

Another important point for the political oppression is getting extra privilege as political leaders. The political leaders can get work without any transparency and if they are involved in any crime police do not arrest them, because they have no power and according to our constitution a parliament member has much power than a district commissioner and that is why the local authority cannot do anything against political leaders. Besides, they enjoy tax free facilities and that is why they involved in more corruption and they make rule to use black money as white, because they have power and they make law. Besides, the political leaders who always appoint political people in the highest position in all sectors in Bangladesh. For example, in banking sector, hospital, law enforces agency, university and other areas all higher position people are involved in politics or they are politician. For that reason corruption, nepotism, mismanagement is spread and it has collapsed the share market, banking sector and other public properties. According to ,the Daily Star, (2012) one lakh eighty thousand corer taka is invisible from share market and three million people have lost all of their property and they have no way to survive their life. For that reason at least five people are led to be suicide. Though all occurrences happened but the people who are responsible for this never face problem for their crime or seen and they also continue their business to grab the mass people’s property, because they are political leaders. According to Khalid Ibrahim to oppress the mass people the political leaders are united, he says in his report about share market collapse in 2012, the ruling party and some opposition leaders are responsible for this incident. Apart from this the political leaders have power to control media and published newspaper and broadcasting television channel, that is why in our country 90% media are biased (Ahmed,2013) and political leaders have power to postpone the media. For example, The Daily Amar Desh, The Digonto Television (DTV), the Islamic Television (ITV) and Channel One are stopped by the government and it is their extra privilege to stop their opposition’s vocal. Besides it the Padma bridge project also corrupted by the political leaders and that is why the world bank, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and Asian Development Bank withdrawn their funding. Therefore, it is easily identified that for the extra privilege of political leaders the mass people are oppressed in Bangladesh and this terms also proved by Hallmark, Destiny and Basic Bank scandal.

Finally, the political leaders are also responsible for influencing and politicizing the judiciary system. In Bangladesh the judiciary department is separated from administrative department, but truly the whole judiciary system is controlled by the politicians. We all know that, trusting judiciary is the last resort of the mass people of any country. Unfortunately, the whole judiciary in Bangladesh has been politicized. For example, the case of killing Shekh Mujibur Rahman and the case of killing General Manzur, in where the justice felt uneasy to continue the case or hearing the case because it depends on the government and that is why those cases need long time to finish and again the case of 21th august grained blast case also politicized and the ten truck arms case also politicized. Now the whole world talk about the liberation war crime tribunal which also politicized and most of the victims are from opposition parties. According to Transparency international (TI) in Bangladesh the judiciary system is one of the most corrupted areas. In Bangladesh most of the lower judiciary cannot function independently and impartially. Granting and refusing bail and remand are done through indirect and hidden instruction of the government, (Ahmed, 2013). Besides judges appointing system is also based on political consideration and it is the norms. According to Ahmed (2013), sixty judges have been appointed in this political term from 2009 to 2013 in high court division and besides those judges have no merit and skills and this atmosphere is also seen in Appellate Division. In appellate division two judges were elevated ahead of forty and forty one more senior judges in high court division and those two judges appointed for The International Crimes Tribunal (ICT). Besides for the politicizing of judiciary system the people inspired to react, in where they need to handover this to law and the mass people cannot get real judge if they fail to pay the requirement of judge and other people who are involved in judiciary system and the court also file thousands of cases which are false and fabricated and the judges and magistrate also continue those cases in where the evidence are absence and according to Sushashoner Jonno Nagorik (Sujan) , (2012) in our country at least two lakhs case are continuing in court only for oppressing the mass people and opposition leader and stop their vocal against the ruler and all of those case are fabricated. Therefore, we can understand that how the political leaders are responsible for the political oppression by the politicizing of judiciary system.

Although some people argue that the political leaders are not only responsible for the political oppression in Bangladesh, according to them illiteracy, lack of awareness, poverty, unemployment are concerning responsible for the political oppression in Bangladesh. They want to say that illiterate people are not aware about their duties and their responsibilities and that is why the other people can get opportunity to oppress them. However, the responsibility of the political leaders are to ensure the education for all people and eradicate illiteracy and their responsibility to aware the people, because when we see the other countries their political leaders are trying to best for their country people. For example, Malaysia, Turkey, Poland who is more developed in the world only for their political leaders, but before their development they also suffered from illiteracy and lack of awareness, but they overcome those for the dedication of political leaders and it is also responsibility for the politicians to lessen the unemployment rate in our country. Political leaders are responsible for the development of the country and establish more educational institution to diminish the illiteracy and create more jobs for the people and forbid the poverty. On the contrary part of our politician never tries to do the betterment of our country and they involved in killing, abduction, rape, torture, grab land, children, women trafficking and so on. That is why I always believe they are only responsible for the political oppression in Bangladesh.

In the conclusion I want to say that political oppression is conducted by political leaders as they are the one who make laws and implement them on us and due to the unreasonable benefits they enjoy even they have influenced the judiciary system. Therefore, we can easily identify that political leaders are only responsible for the political oppression in Bangladesh and if we want to change it we can gradually build up and mobilize public opinion both inside indirectly and outside directly to establish the rule of true sense, fairness and justice and we can create pressure on the government either orally or through writing. We should create awareness among the countries who give us the aid to develop our country, in order to create pressure on the government, so that they can be made responsible and accountable for their actions around the country. As we know that Bangladesh signed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UNHR) and International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), that is why the government must be bound to follow indirectly to comply with its obligation in true sense, and if they do not follow it we must take proper action against this in international court. Finally I hope the situation of our country will be changed soon and the political leaders will also change themselves as they are liable to the mass people and opposition.

Reference: 1. Ahmed, B.N. (2013). Bangladesh is in crisis: what is our responsibility, the News Today, 29th May, 2013, Dhaka, Bangladesh

2. Editorial.(2013).Patrol and matches in the hand of police, Naya Digonto, 28th January, 2013 3. Editorial.(2013).Shooting a detained Shibir activist in Dhaka, New Age,12th February , 2013 4. http://www.dhakatribune.cojm/juris/2014/feb/05/hartal-freedom-expression- Or-oppression#stash.nnwhe8fg.dpuf 5. Ahmed, B.N. (2013). Bangladesh is in crisis: what is our responsibility, the RTNN, 29th May, 2013, Dhaka, Bangladesh 6. Ahmed, B.N. (2013). Bangladesh is in crisis: what is our responsibility, the Perspective, 15th August, 2013, Dhaka, Bangladesh…...

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