(Approved by the National Standing Committee- 25th November, 2000)
Bangladesh Human Rights Commission- BHRC is one of the largest Voluntary International human rights and peace bodies working against torture and for the preservation, promotion and upholding of human rights/peace with over 600 branches in home and abroad. BHRC registered by the Government of Bangladesh under Prime Minister office (NGO Affairs Bureau) and Ministry of Social Welfare. BHRC established in 1987 as per charter of UN bill of rights. It is accredited/registered with United Nations and Affiliated Status with the International Commission of Jurists- ICJ. It has also member body of OMCT/SOS Torture Network (Geneva) and Member with Observer Status of African Commission on Human & Peoples Rights. BHRC is affiliated with many other national and international bodies and Peoples Rights etc. This commission which believes in the non-violence has engaged it self for serving the humanity incessantly by the district branches of the commission in each district and process of constitution of other branches are continuing. Eminent persons of the country i.e. elite’s viz: educationalists, lawyers, journalists, physicians and other notable social workless have been included in the head office and branches of BHRC as members Besides, a good number of women representatives and representatives from the minority and tribal people have been included in each one of the branch committee of the Commission. Members of the branches of the commission are working against the injustice, illegality and oppressions of the and with the aim of establishing rule of law and human rights on a completely voluntary basis. For the purpose of the development and preservation of human rights in their respective fields and for giving free legal aids every branch of the commission has engaged itself incessantly in the works of the implementation of the manifold programmes including the works for the solution of the problems by arbitration, resistance of violation of human rights with the help of the administration preparation of impartial reports by the investigation of the incidences of violation of different human rights and sending of them to the relevant authorities, regular publication of the magazines on human rights, to make arrangements for the recovery of the rights of men and women who have been deprived of their rights by filing suits in the courts of law on behalf of the oppressed people, making arrangements for seminars, workshops and training for enhancing awareness about human rights, publication of booklets, leaflets, and poster on human rights. observation of all the elections, to start self-dependence programme and to help the distressed affected people during the periods of disasters National Headquarter and branch committees of the BHRC have been giving free legal consultations and aids to more than 40 thousand helpless people every year on an average.
1) National Executive Committee
2) Branch Programmes
3) Affiliated Organization:
1. National Executive Committee: National Executive Committee of the BHRC shall operate all the programmes of the head office and supervise all the activities of the branch committees within the different areas of the country following the constitution of the BHRC/national guide line in the national level, this committee may receive any complain from any person, groups or nation on the matter of national, regional and international interests related to the violation of human rights. National executive committee shall be competent for carrying out investigations in the national and international level. It may take initiatives for the settlement of the problems by arbitration, it may take urgent action and take legal action through the courts including taking measures for creating pressures through administration against incidents of the violation of human rights.
It may take measures for the regular publication of the magazine, on human rights which is the own publication of the head office of the commission prepare and publish research papers, books, booklets, leaflets on different incidents of violation of human rights, start self dependence programmes, arrange different workshops and training programmes on creation of public awareness and it shall continue to try for the preservation of the human rights by filing suits in the High Court and Supreme Court on the matters of important national and international issues for the preservation of fundamental rights. It shall take initiatives so that 10th December is properly observed nationally and at the same time, by all of its branches as the world human rights day.
2. Programs of the Branches: Committees of the branches shall perform the duties for the development and preservation of the human rights as the local representatives on behalf of the National Executive committee within the geographical areas of each branches of BHRC. It shall carry on voluntary activities on any matter involving the violation of human rights i. e. prevention of tortures of women, prevention of trafficking of women and children, settlement of problems of families by arbitration, prevention of illegal tortures by the members of the law enforcing agencies and prevention of torture on the detainees in the prisons, prevention of illegal decrees on religions, tortures related to jobs and establishment of rights of the workers, preservation of the rights of the minorities and tribal people and giving helps and assistance’s to the distressed during the periods of disasters. When any incidence of any violation of any human rights comes to the notice of any branch in any area which is outside the boundary of the activities of such a branch. It shall inform the matter directly to the relevant district branch. Except that, branches shall try to inform the head office of the BHRC about the matter, District branch shall take initiatives for watching all kinds of elections with the assistance of the head office and branches affiliated under the commission. For taking legal action against any incident of any offence there is Government departments including police department and courts of law. Branches of the Human Rights Commission shall take steps when written application is received by it from the people who became victim of violation of human rights as a result of misuse of law or when it has been informed of such incidents by the media. With the aim of the development and preservation of human rights in their respective areas, branches shall make arrangements of meetings, workshops peace processions etc. Except that, it may make arrangements for the discussion meeting on human rights in the educational and industrial organizations. Branches of BHRC shall not make arrangement for any violent programme like aggrieved protest meeting, aggrieved processions, strike, blockade. Ways of non-violence shall be the process to be followed by the branches of the BHRC. Only the district, City Corporation and Supreme Court branches shall be eligible for filing suits directly in the courts. Other branches may file suits in the courts in the names of the respective branches after taking permissions from the district branches. After filing case in the court, all the branches shall inform the subject matter of the suit to the head office on an emergency basis. If the branches wish, they may publish notice or make arrangements for press conference on the violation of human rights for the purpose of their publicity. Coordination committees in the divisions shall watch the matters of violations of human rights and they may request to the relevant district committees for taking effective actions. If any branch or its member intends to file any criminal or civil suit against any other branch or member then in that case, written permission shall have to be taken from the head office of the BHRC.
3. Affiliated Organization: National Headquarter of the BHRC may give permission to any organization as the affiliated organization who declares its allegiance to the national constitution of BHRC and national guideline. Affiliated organization shall remain bound for regularly submitting reports of their activities and accounts of their incomes and expenditure to the head office of the BHRC. Affiliated organizations may use the monogram of the BHRC. Affiliated organizations shall not use such a designation which creates any illusion due to any resemblance of it with any post of the national executive committee.
1) National Standing Council,
2) National Advisory Council,
3) National Executive Committee
4) International Branch,
5) Divisional Coordination Committee
6) District Branch,
7) Metropolitan Branch,
8) Supreme Court Branch,
9) Regional Branch
10) Upazilla/Thana Branch,
11) Municipal Branch,
12) University Branch,
13) City Ward Brach,
14) Union Branch,
15) College Branch
16) Industrial Organization Branch,
18) BHRC & IHRC:
19. Life Member
20. Election and Tenure.
1. National Standing Council: There is a national standing council or general council comprising of 17 members of the BHRC. BHRC was established and it has been running with the personal financial help from all long time sacrifices of the founder member. Besides, for the purpose of maintenance of the equilibrium, there is importance of the national executive Committee. National Executive Committee shall be constituted comprising of in total 11 members who shall be nominated as follows: 6 members from the members of founder standing council, 4 members are taken each from the greater Dhaka, Chittagong, Rajshahi and Khulna region or one each from old 4 divisions and 1 persons from among the eminent national level human rights workers. If any member of the National Standing Council dies, or if such a member becomes insance, in such cases any senior member of a branch having 10 years of experiences shall be included in lieu of him Meetings of National Standing Council or General Council may called by the Secretary General of the National Executive Council or by any letter signed by the two third members of the members of the National Standing Council.
2. National Advisory Council: Eminent persons of the country including educationist, researches, lawyers, Journalists and retired Government servants who are aged 45 years or more shall be included in this council as National advisors National Executive Committee shall constitute National Advisory Council comprising of 7 to 11 members for a period of two years. Side by Side with National Executive committee, following the similar process, a National advisory council comprising of 9 members in the maximum may be constituted in all the branches of the BHRC. If the National Headquarter and the branch committees of the commission so desires. They may nominate any one as the national advisory chairman from among their respective National advisors.
3. National Executive Committee: National Executive Committee of the BHRC shall operate all its activities during its tenure following the constitution/National Guideline and shall be responsible for all the activities. Number o member of the National Executive Committee shall comprise of 7 to 11 members. Total number of members shall be 11 which shall comprise of as follows: 6 members from the founder members, 4 members from 4 greater divisions and 1 nominated member for a period of five years. Before the inclusion of the members from the divisions. National Executive Committee shall be constituted with the members of the founder members. Total tenure of this committee shall be 5 years. Except one president, one Secretary General and one Treasurer everyday of this committee shall perform their duties as the members.
National Executive Committee shall give approval directly to the National Advisory Council. Divisional Coordination Committee, District Branch, Metropolitan Branch, Supreme Court Branch. Head Office of the Commission shall give approval to the Upazilla/thana branch, Municipal Branch and University Branches sent with the recommendations from the district branches. For accelerating the activities of the commission. National Executive Committee may give approval or permanently or temporarily dismiss, cancel or retract the approval given to any branch committee Secretary General shall implement all the decisions on behalf of the National Executive Committee. National Executive Committee tenure will be for the period of five years.
4. International Branch: BHRC shall take initiatives for constituting branches in almost all the countries of the world by phases. Works of constitution of branches in a good number of countries of the world in the European and American continents have been started by now. Initiatives shall be taken for including the citizens of the relevant countries who are of Bangladeshi hereditary origin on a priority basis in the committees of the BHRC. These committees which shall be directly affiliated under the National Executive Committee of the BHRC, shall enjoy the status of a full district branch and shall be constituted following the proforma of a district branch. Human Rights workers shall get the chances of travelling the countries of other human rights workers receiving training through the international branches. International Branch Committee tenure will be for the period of three years.
5. Divisional Coordination Committee: There shall be 10 nos. Divisional Coordination Committees of BHRC in 10 divisions of the country viz. 1. Dhaka Metropolitan Division, 2. Dhaka South Division, 3. Dhaka North Division, 4. Chittagong North Division, 5. Chittagong South Division, 6. Rajshahi Division, 7. Khulna Division, 8. Sylhet Division, 9. Barisal Division and 10. Rangpur Division respectively. President and General Secretary of each district, City Corporation branch and 7 VIP Persons under the division shall be the members of this coordination committee. President and General Secretary of the Supreme Court branch shall be the member of the Dhaka Metropolitan divisional coordination committee. Members of the divisional coordination committee/National Executive Committee shall elect one coordinator, Divisional human rights convention shall be held at least for once in a year which shall be convened by the divisional coordination committee. Division coordinator shall have its office in the relevant district. National Executive Committee shall consider with importance the report sent by the divisional coordination committee on the activities of any kind of human rights or on any one of its branches and district committee shall follow the same. Divisitional Coordinatination committee tenure will be for the period of two years.
6. District Branch: There are 64 districts in the country. There shall be one district committee or district branch of BHRC in each district. District Committee shall be constituted by the educationists, lawyers, journalists, physicians and eminent social workers working in the district. Organogram of the district committee shall be as follows: President 1. Vice-President maximum 11, General Secretary-1, Joint General Secretary 9, Finance Secretary-1, Joint- Finance Secretary-2, Organizing Secretary-3, Publicity & Publication Secretary-1, Law Affairs Secretary 2, Women Affairs Secretary-1, Social Welfare Secretary 2, International Secretary 1, Office Secretary 3, Cultural Secretary 2, Executive Member 101 persons in the maximum. At least 3 women and one or more than one representative from the minority groups shall be included in the Executive Committee. Government Service holders may become the members of the BHRC. However, they shall not be entitled to hold the post of President and General Secretary. In the tribal areas, one or more than one tribal members shall be included in the Executive Committee. Number of members of executive committee of all branches of BHRC Executive Committee consists of maximum 141 members and minimum 7 members. More than such numbers will also be admissible. The post of Executive President will use as special required by approval of a National Headquarter or Secretary General of BHRC. District branch shall operate the activities for the settlement through the arbitration proceedings, legal aids, urgent action, publication of notices in the newspapers, calling of press conferences, running of investigations proceedings, organization of seminars and workshops. Watching of local and national elections, running of relief activities for helping the distressed people during the periods of disasters, 10th January BHRC Anniversary Celebration and observation of 10th December as world human rights day as world human rights day in a befitting manner. District branch shall observe 10th December as world human rights day under its own initiative through different programmes including organizations of rallies, blood donation camps, competition of painting pictures on human rights, discussion meetings, seminars and different publications and they shall encourage other branches under the district for observing the day. District committee tenure will be for the period of three years.
7. City Corporation Branch: There shall be four metropolitan branches or committees of BHRC in the four metropolitan cities i.e. Dhaka, Chittagong, Rajshahi Khulna, Sylhet, Barisal, Comilla, Narayangonj and Rangpur following the same procedure of organogram like the district branch. Metropolitan branches shall be constituted all the activities of them including their tenures shall be operated following the manners of the district branch. 7 City Corporation committee shall enjoy the status like that of each district branch and shall have the similar power within its own geographical area. Members residing within the City Corporation area shall be treated as the members of the City Corporation branch. City Corporation committee tenure will be for the period of three years.
8. Supreme Court Branch: There shall be branch committee of the BHRC the in highest court of justice in Bangladesh, Bangladesh Supreme Court. Supreme Court branch committee shall enjoy the status of the district committee and shall be operated directly by the head of the commission. Lawyers and other workers associated with the supreme court and high court may become members of this branch. This branch shall investigate the suits related to different human rights in the national level and conduct law suits in the high court and supreme court. Supreme Court committee tenure will be for the period of three years.
9. Regional Branch: BHRC can be established as Regional Branches in the specific region for faciliting to manage its activities. Regional Branches of BHRC will operate its activities like District Branches, Metropolitan Branches and established Branches according to the rules of BHRC. National Headquarter will decide of the activities of regional branches. Regional branches will operate of activities its all centrally such as district and metropolitan branches. Regional branches will not keep any branches under of its activities. Regional Branch can be collected the members from all the places of the region and one executive committee of regional branch will operate the activities of regional branch. Regional committee tenure will be for the period of three years.
10. Upazilla/Thana Branch: There shall be one branch of the Human Rights Commission in each Upazilla/Thana of the Country. Upazilla/Thana Committees shall be constituted and operated following the organizational proforma followed by the district committee. President and General Secretary of the Upazilla/Thana Committee shall be the ex-officio members of the district committee. District Committee shall monitor the activities of the Upazilla/Thana committee and if necessary. They shall control the affiliated branches of the municipality and educational institution under the Upazilla/Thana. Thanas affiliated under the metropolitan areas Upazilla/Thana shall be operated under the metropolitan branch. Members residing in the areas under Upazilla/Thana shall be competent for including themselves as members of the Upazilla/Thana branch. Upazilla/Thana committee tenure will be for the period of three years.
11. Municipalility Branch: There shall be a municipality branch or committee of the BHRC in each Municipal area of Bangladesh. municipality branches shall be constituted following the organizational proforma of the district committee and shall be operated following the similar rules. Persons residing in the municipality areas shall be competent for including themselves in the municipality branch. Upazilla/Thana branch shall supervise the activities of the Upazilla/ municipality branch. In the greater municipalities were more than one. Thanas are included with in them, in those cases, district committee shall supervise the activities directly. Following the similar methods, municipality branch may constitute municipality ward branches and shall enjoy the status of the branch of a union. Municipality committee tenure will be for the period of three years.
12. University Branch: There shall be one branch of the BHRC in each University of the country. Teachers, students and employees of the university may become the members of the committee. University branches shall be constituted and operated following the proforma of the district committee. University committee shall be constituted and operated by the relevant district committee. University committee tenure will be for the period of two years.
13. City Ward Committee: There shall be one ward committee of BHRC in each ward under for City corporation or metropolitan city in Bangladesh, i.e. Dhaka, Chittagong, Khulna, Rajshahi, Barisa, Sylhet, Rangpur, Narayangonj and Comilla respectively. City ward committees shall be constituted following the constitutional proforma of the district committee and they shall supervise the activities of the branch ward committees of the Metropolitan/City Corporation. City wards shall enjoy the status of the union branches. Persons residing under the areas of the ward shall be competent for becoming members of the ward committee. City Ward committee tenure will be for the period of two years.
14. Union Branch: There shall be a branch committee of BHRC in each union of the country. Union branches shall be constituted and operated following the organizational proforma of the district committee. Upazilla/Thana branches shall constitute and supervise the union branches. Persons residing in the union shall be competent to be included in the union branch. Union committee tenure will be for the period of two years.
15. College Branch: A college branch committee of the BHRC may be constituted each college of Bangladesh. Teachers and students of the college shall be the members of this branch. Each college branch shall be constituted and operated following the proforma of the district committee. Upazilla/Thana committees shall be constituted and their activities shall be supervised by the Upazilla/Thana committee on behalf of the district and they shall enjoy the status of an union branch. College committee tenure will be for the period of two years.
16. Industrial Organization Branch: In each industrial area one regional and industrial organizational unit branch committee of BHRC may be constituted. Industrial organizational branches shall be constituted and operated following the proforma of the district branch. District branches shall directly constitute and supervise the activities of the industrial organizational branch and industrial regional branch workers and employees working in the local industrial organizations may include themselves in these committees and shall enjoy the status of union branch. Industrial committee tenure will be for the period of two years.
17. Membership: 17. Membership: Men and women who are aged 18 years may get the membership of a branch after filling in the membership form prescribed by the commission if such member declares his allegiance to the constitution/national guide line of BHRC. For the membership and admission fee monthly fee Bangladeshi 100 BDT, Overseas US $ 15 or ₤ 20 GBP or € 12. Relevant branches shall receive the money of admission fees of the members and monthly subscriptions.
18. BHRC & IHRC:
Since International Human Rights Commission (IHRC) is established under the auspice of Bangladesh Human Rights Commission (BHRC), IHRC will be deemed to be a complementary body to the BHRC. IHRC was established under a separate constitution with a view to the ensuring of human rights all over the world and hence all the people of the world may be involved with this organization. BHRC has been conducting its activities in the form of its branches in the countries in Europe and elsewhere in the world where Bangladeshi nationals live highly. The countries having fewer Bangladeshi origin citizens have the National Committee formed under the IHRC. In this regard, IHRC branches will be deemed to be the BHRC branches and BHRC related activities may be conducted under IHRC branches. Besides this, IHRC and BHRC can receive mutual cooperation in conducting their.
19. Life Member:
The National Hed Quarter of BHRC can grant life member of Social workers, renowned persons and the distinguish persons of the country. Life members will get a certificate and an Identity card. Every two years identity card should be re-newed. If necessary, head office of the commission shall preserve the right suspend or to cancel the affiliation or permission given by them.
There will be three grade life membership. They are Grade ‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘C’. The Headquarter can directly make life members and the recommendation of branches for life members will be granted by the Headquarter. Life members get an identity card, certificate and BHRC coat pin. The Secretary General of BHRC will sign the life membership certificate.
20. Election and Tenure: For the constitution of the National Executive Committee of BHRC national of standing committee shall elect/nominate 6 members from among its members. General divisional coordination committees shall unanimously elect/nominate 4 persons from among its members taking 1 members from the respective divisions. Subsequently, General Secretary shall nominate 1 person more and complete the National Executive Committee comprising of 11 members. If necessary, head office of the commission and branches may constitute in election commission comprising of two members for holding elections. Out of them one person shall be treated as chief election commission and another person shall be treated as the election commissioner. Chief election commissioner shall complete election within 30 days. Tenure of the National Executive Committee shall be 5 years. Tenure of all the advisory committees shall be between one to two years. Tenure of all the branch committees shall be three years during the period of their establishments and subsequently they shall be elected or nominated directly after every two years.
I) International Conference
II) National/Regional Conference.
I. International Conference: Under the auspices of the National Executive Committee of BHRC. A International Conference shall be held after every two years. Presidents and Secretary General of National Standing Council, National Advisory Council, Divisional Coordination Committee, International Branches Committee, District, City Corporation, Supreme Court, Upazilla/Thana and Municipality branches shall be included as representatives in the International Conference. National Executive Committee shall remain bound for abiding by any decision taken unanimously by the International Conference.
II. National/Regional Conference: For accelerating the activities of BHRC special importance has been put on holding of the National/Regional conference. BHRC Standing Council and National Executive Committee will organize national conference each every 2 years. BHRC divisional conference shall be held in each division in each year under the auspices of the divisional coordination committee and in the same manner. All the branches shall organize conference of the branches at least once in a year in these conference, effective measures shall have to be taken so that the members of the Advisory committee. Executive committee and General members of the relevant committee and general members of the relevant branches compulsorily attends in those conferences.
1. National Standing Council
2. National Executive Committee
4. General Secretary
5. Powers of the Branch Committee
6. President of the Branch
7. General Secretary of the Branch
8. Governor General, Governor, Deputy Governor and Additional Deputy Governor.
1. National Standing Council: National Standing Council of BHRC shall be regarded as the highest council of the commission. This council shall reserve the right of dismissing the committee of any branch committee including the National Advisory Council and National Executive committee before completion of their tenure, at any time. Standing council may constitute a convenor committee for 3 month after desolving the National Executive Committee.
2. National Executive Committee: National Executive Committee shall carry out all the activities of the head office of BHRC and it shall act for supervising and monitoring the activities of all the branch committees. If any branch or member of a branch does any act against the interest of the commission, National Executive Committee may carry out investigation on that matter by its own initiative and it shall have the power for revoking or canceling the relevant branch committee or membership of the relevant member after carrying out investigation through any branch. National Executive Committee shall reserve the right for giving approval to any branch after constitution of it by its own initiative and it may cancel or revoke the permission of the same. Besides, it may carry out activities for receiving money for the commission from the donor agencies. If commission is confronted with any complex problem, National Executive Committee shall solve it through the members of the National Advisory Council.
3. President: President of the National Executive Committee shall be regarded as the chief of BHRC. He shall preside over the meetings of the National Executive Committee and he shall supervise the activities of the Secretary General for the implementation of the decision taken by the National Executive Committee. President shall request the Secretary General for calling the meeting of the National Executive committee. If the president goes outside the country. A senior member of the National Executive Committee shall perform duties in lieu of him.
4. Secretary General: Secretary General of the National Executive Committee of BHRC shall be regarded as the chief executive of the BHRC. Secretary General shall be responsible to the National Standing Council, International/National General Conference and National Executive Committee, On behalf of the National Executive Committee. Secretary General shall reserve the right to constitute branch through the District branch or directly or the right of approval, special promotion, withdrawal, dismissal of the committee for the greater interest of BHRC. Adjournment of the activities temporarily of a branch. Suspension of permission or revocation of permission given to a branch. For the collection of funds he may initiate any programme for the preservation of the interest of the commission including making communication with the donor agencies. Secretary General may take any effective legal action including constitution of investigation committee and publication of reports on any national or international matter. Secretary General shall reserve the rights of appointment, suspension or dismissal of the salaried officers or employees of the head office and any level of branches of the commission.
For accelerating the activities of the commission, Secretary General may appoint/nominated 50 Regional Coordinator (Greater Districts) and 50 Special Representatives for a tenure of 2 years in the maximum from all over the countries and overseas with the status similar to the status of the President/General Secretary of the District Branch. If any activity of any member of the National Executive Committee has been proved to be against the interest of the BHRC then in that case, Secretary General may suspend his membership temporarily. Besides, he may appoint/nominate a responsible human rights worker temporarily as the Divisional coordinator for a tenure of 2 year. When the Secretary General shall stay outside the country. He may transfer his responsibility to any member of the National Executive Committee Secretary General may give permission of carrying out his activities through the Executive Director/Director of the Commission.
5. Power of the Branch Committee: For the appointment and dismissal of the members of the branches in the districts, City Corporation areas, Supreme Court, Upazilla/Thana, municipality, university, college, union, Industrial Organization and city ward branches any decision taken with the consent of two third majority of the members of the relevant branches shall be treated as final. If recommendation for approval is sent to the National Heqadquarter after constitution of the Upazill/Thana, University, Municipal branch within the District or recommendation for the revocation of such branches is sent to the head with the joint signatures of the President and General Secretary of the District head office shall implement it. District branch may give approval revoke or cancel other branches such as, union, college, Industrial regional and Industrial Organizational Branches with their unanimous decisions. Those persons shall become the President and the General Secretary of the Branch Committee who shall be able to operate the activities of BHRC by hanging its sign boards in front of their own chambers or residences. Branches shall be competent for operating any activities of the presentation of any kind of violation of human rights by their own initiatives.
6. President of the Branch: Presidents of all the branches of BHRC shall be considered as the Chief of their respective branches and they shall president over in all the meetings of the executive committees of the branches. Where there is no activities of BHRC for accelerating its programmes for the implementation of the decisions taken by the branch executive committee, for increasing the members of the numbers of the members or where there is no programmes of it within the area under any branch. Introduction of programmes in those areas and responsibility of supervision to see whether the General Secretary is properly performing the duties of implementation of the decisions taken by the executive committee has been entrusted upon the President of the Branch. During the periods of absence of the President. Vice-President of the branches shall perform the duties of the President.
7. General Secretary of the Branch: General Secretaries of all the branches of BHRC shall be treated as the chief executive of the branches. General Secretary shall implement the decisions of the executive committees of the branches. General Secretary shall reserve the right to accept, reject or carrying out of investigation if necessary General Secretary shall consider with importance any consultation given by the President regarding any programme of the branch General Secretary shall remain responsible directly to the executive committee of the branches. After constituting the district branch. Metropolitan branch, international branch and Supreme Court Branches. General Secretaries of the branches shall send them to the head office with their recommendation for their approval. General Secretary shall reserve the rights far constituting and dismissing the committees of other branches with his own initiative. During the periods of absence of the General Secretary any one among the Joint Secretaries shall perform the duties of the General Secretary. General Secretary shall reserve the rights of appointment of the officers in the branch, distribution of their duties and supervision of their activities and appointment and dismissal of the employees.
8. Governor General, Governor & Deputy Governor :
Bangladesh Human Rights Commission (BHRC) has endeavored to change the terms and nomenclature of certain posts and designations.
a) The Secretary General may change his designation and use the term “Governor General” for his post.
b) The member of the National Advisory Body; Presidents of National Executive Committee; Treasurer of National Executive Body and Divisional Co-ordinators may use their respective terms, or, if desired, may use the term “Governor” for their posts.
c) Special representatives of different divisions and Regional Co-ordinators may keep their respective former terms for their positions or may use the term “Deputy Governor” for their posts.
d) Either the District Presidents or City Presidents or the District General Secretaries (one person from each committee) may use the term “Deputy Governor”. But prior permission from the Head Quarter is mandatory.
Bangladesh Human Rights Commission (BHRC) has the right to nominate any of its members working in a foreign country as “Ambassador” to perform diplomatic duties in that country. President of the sub committee of BHRC in a foreign country may also be allowed to use the term “Ambassador” but only after having prior permission from BHRC Head Quarter. BHRC Head Quarter, if it deems necessary, may nominate any executive member as temporary “Ambassador” for performing diplomatic duties for a particular period, or, for a particular International Conference or Workshop.
f) Income and Expenditures
1. Maintenance of Accounts
2. Collection of Funds
1. Maintenance of Expenditures: At least one savings/current account shall be maintained in the commercial banks by the head office and each of the branch committee of the BHRC Account of the head office shall be operated by the joint signatures of the President, Secretary General and Treasurer of the National Executive Committee. Secretary General Signature is mandatory while any one from others two can operate the bank account. In the cases of the branches, accounts shall have to be opened by the joint signature of the President. General Secretary and the treasurer and accounts shall be operated by the signatures of any two of the above mentioned three persons.
2. Collection of Funds: Head Office of BHRC may collect funds from any international donor agency following the rules of the Government. Besides, head office of the commission shall receive registration fees from each district Metropolitan and Supreme Court branch, registration fees from each Upazilla/Thana and municipal branch, registration fees from all other branches. Except those, funds shall be created by the head office and the branches by receiving a part of the money received by selling the magazines on human rights, by receiving registration fees from the solvent applicants who wants to get help, by receiving members and life member admission fees and the monthly subscription of the members. International branches registration fees Head Office and branches of the commission may create funds by collecting money form the local donors. Except that, district, metropolitan supreme court and international branches may receive funds following the rules against the projects subjects to the approval of the Secretary General Head Office and branches of the commission may create funds by receiving Government and non-Government institutional donations and personal donations locally.
3. Audit: It shall be compulsory for the head office and all the branches of BHRC to maintain proper accounts of the money spent by them against their activities. Accounts of incomes and expenditures of the head office and their branches shall have to be audited after every two years by a registered audit firm. National Executive Committee shall submit the audit report to the national general conference and the treasures of the branches shall submit the yearly financial report to the annual branch meeting.
1. Publicity, 2. Use of Signboards, 3. Participation in the State programmes, 4. Flag, 5. Identity Card.
1. Publicity: For the acceleration of the activities and extension of the programmes of BHRC proper publicity of them is imperative. Through the publicity, activities of the Human Rights workers shall become speedy. Side by side with the publicity of the activities of the activities, the head office of the commission, branches of it may do their own publicity works by publishing their investigation reports, monthly reports of the branches, sending of press releases to the local and national media after carrying out investigations on the special occurrences held within the areas of the branches and by making arrangements for press conference. For the purpose of publicity of the programmes of the commission, side by side with the head office, branches may increase their publicity by the publication of journals, posters, calendars and by awarding medals to the notable persons for their role in the human rights oriented activities.
2. Use of Signboards: Head Office of BHRC together with each one of its branches shall compulsory hang signboards in front of their offices. Except that, head office and branches of the commission may hang more than one signboards containing arrow marks in the main roads hang signboards besides, they may hang signboards containing the scriptures on human rights in the airports, railway stations, bus terminal, launch ghats, court areas and other public places. Signboards of BHRC shall be written in white words on a blue black ground. Besides, there shall be the white monogram of BHRC in each sign board. Measurement of the signboards shall be two feet x one and a half feet in the minimum.
3. Participation in the State Activities: BHRC has been working as an auxiliary force in the field of the development of the country and the development of human rights by the state BHRC took the initiative for the first time in 1995 A D for constituting a human rights organization in the state level which is now under the process of implementation. Besides, it has continued its cooperation to the state activities by taking membership in different committees in each district and Upazilla/Thana level as a non-Government Human Rights Organizations by this time. Till now, representatives of BHRC have played and are playing important roles in many districts as the members of the law and order committee. Committee for the prevention of oppression to the women and children, committee for the development of environment and district legal aid committee. Except those, representatives of BHRC are performing specially important roles in a good number of districts for the preservation of human rights in the district jails and by working as Jail Inspectors Similarly. Representatives of the commission are extending their co-operations to the state activities by including themselves in the law and order committees in the Thana and Municipal level.
4. Flag: BHRC shall have a flag National office or Headquarter of the commission together with all its branches may use or hoist this flag in front of their offices. President of the National Executive Committee, Secretary General and National Advisors of the Commission may use this flag in their respective vehicles while performing the duties of the commission within the country. Presidents and General Secretaries, Special Representative and Divisional Coordinators of all other branches may use this flag in their vehicles during their movements within their respective areas. Size and measurements of the flag shall have to be made following those of the flag of Bangladesh. There shall be a while colored monogram of BHRC in the middle of the Blue colored cloth.
5. Identity Card: All the members of the National Executive Committee and all the members of the Branches of BHRC will have identity cards. Identity cards of all the officers/employees of the National Headquarter, all the members of District, City Corporation, Upazila, Regional, Industrial Region, Municipality, University, Union and Ward Committees will be signed by the Secretary General. Identity card of the Secretary General will be signed by the President of the National Executive Committee or the Chairman of the National Advisory Council. National Executive Committee or the Chairman of the National Advisory Council. Life Member ID Card will be signed by the Secretary General of the National Executive committee.
6. Visiting Card : All the members of the National Executive Committee, members of the National Advisory Council. Offices of all branch committees and salaried officers may of the commission use visiting cards containing the monograms of BHRC after printing them.
জাতীয় কর্ম নির্দেশিকা/National guideline
(৮) গভর্নর জেনারেল, গভর্নর এবং ডেপুটি গভর্নর গভর্নরঃ
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RvZxq Kg© wb‡`©wkKv/National guideline
(RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwU KZ©„K Aby‡gvw`Z- 27 A‡±vei 1999)
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(1) RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwU, (2) kvLv Kvh©µg, (3) G¨vwdwj‡qkb/Aaxf‚³ msMVb|
(1) RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwUt evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwU Kwgk‡bi MVbZš¿/ RvZxq Kg© wb‡`©wkKv Abyhvqx m`i `ß‡ii mKj Kvh©µg cwiPvjbv Ki‡e Ges †`‡ki mKj kvLv KwgwU¸‡jvi Kg©KvÛ Z`viwK Ki‡e| RvZxq ch©v‡q GB KwgwU gvbevwaKvi jsNbRwbZ GKK, †MvôxMZ, RvZxq, AvÂwjK I Avš—R©vwZK †h †Kvb wel‡qi Awf‡hvM mg~n MÖnY Ki‡Z cvi‡e| RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwU †h †Kvb ai‡bi RvZxq I Avš—R©vwZK ch©v‡q Z`š— cwiPvjbv Ki‡Z cvi‡e| mvwjkxi gva¨‡g mgm¨vi mgvav‡bi D‡`¨vM MÖnY Ki‡Z cvi‡e, Av‡R©›U G¨vKkb Z_v cÖkvm‡bi gva¨‡g gvbevwaKvi jsN‡bi wei“‡× Pvc cÖ‡qv‡Mi e¨e¯’v mn Av`vj‡Zi gva¨‡g AvBbMZ e¨e¯’v MÖnY Ki‡Z cvi‡e| Kwgk‡bi m`i `ß‡ii wbR¯^ cÖKvkbv gvbevwaKvi g¨vMvwRb wbqwgZ cÖKv‡ki e¨e¯’v, wewfbœ gvbevwaKvi jsNbRwbZ NUbv I AvB‡bi Dci M‡elYvg~jK cÖwZ‡e`b ˆZix eB-cy¯—K I †cv÷vi, wjdj¨vU Qvcv, AvZ¥wbf©ikxj cÖKí Pvjy, MY m‡PZbZvg~jK wewfbœ Kg©kvjv I cÖwk¶‡bi e¨e¯’v Ges †gŠwjK AwaKvi i¶v‡_© RvZxq I Avš—R©vwZK ¸i“Z¡c~Y© wel‡qi Dci nvB‡KvU© I mycÖxg †Kv‡U© gvgjv I wiU wcwUk‡bi gva¨‡g gvbevwaKvi msi¶Y cÖ‡Póv Pvwj‡q hv‡e| 10B wW‡m¤^i wek¦ gvbevwaKvi w`em RvZxqfv‡e Z_v mKj kvLv¸‡jv hv‡Z K‡i h_vh_fv‡e cvjb K‡i Zvi D‡`¨vM MÖnY Ki‡e|
(2) kvLv Kvh©µgt RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwUi c‡¶ Kwgk‡bi kvLv KwgwU¸‡jvB Kwgk‡bi ¯’vbxq cÖwZwbwa wn‡m‡e gvbevwaKvi Dbœqb I msi¶‡bi `vwqZ¡ cvjb Ki‡e| wbR wbR †fŠMwjK mxgvbvq kvLv KwgwU¸‡jv mKj cÖKvi wbh©vZb cÖwZ‡iva Z_v bvix wbh©vZb cÖwZ‡iva, bvix I wkï cvPvi cÖwZ‡iva, mvwjkxi gva¨‡gcvwievwiK mgm¨vi mgvavb, AvBb k„•Ljv i¶vKvix evwnbx ev cÖwZôvb mg~‡ni Kg©x KZ©„K †eAvBbx wbh©vZ‡bi cÖwZ‡iva I KvivMv‡i eÜx wbh©vZ‡bi cÖwZ‡iva, ‡eAvBbx d‡ZvqvevRx eÜ Kiv, PvKix msµvš— wbh©vZb eÜ Z_v kªgRxwe‡`i AwaKvi cÖwZôv, msL¨vjNy I DcRvwZ‡`i AwaKvi msi¶Y, `y‡h©vMKvjxb mg‡q `yM©Z‡`i mnvqZv mn gvbevwaKvi jsNb RwbZ †h †Kvb wel‡qi Dci evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi kvLv¸‡jv †¯^”Qvq KvR Ki‡e| wbR wbR †fŠMwjK GjvKvi evwn‡i gvbevwaKvi jsN‡bi welq †Kvb kvLvi bR‡i Avm‡j mswkó †Rjv kvLv‡K mivmwi AewnZ Kiv‡bv QvovI Kwgk‡bi m`i `ßi‡K AewnZ Ki‡Z kvLv¸‡jv m‡Pó _vK‡e| ‡Rjv kvLv Kwgk‡bi m`i `ßi I Zvi Aaxfz³ kvLv¸‡jvi mnvqZvq mKj cÖKvi wbe©vPb ch©‡e¶‡Yi D‡`¨vM MÖnY Ki‡e| †h †Kvb AcivaRwbZ NUbvmg~‡ni wei“‡× AvBbMZ e¨e¯’v MÖn‡Yi Rb¨ _vbv-cywjk I Av`vjZmn mswkó miKvix wefvM i‡q‡Q| †KejgvÎ AvB‡bi h_vh_ cÖ‡qvM bv n‡j †m‡¶‡Î gvbevwaKvi jsN‡bi wkKvi bvix cyi“‡li wjwLZ Av‡e`b MÖn‡Yi ci A_ev †h †Kvb cÖPvi gva¨g KZ©„K AewnZ n‡q gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi kvLvmg~n GwM‡q hv‡e| kvLv¸‡jv wbR wbR GjvKvq gvbevwaKvi Dbœqb I msi¶‡Yi j‡¶¨ Av‡jvPbv mfv, †mwgbvi, Kg©kvjv Ges kvwš— wgwQ‡ji Av‡qvRb QvovI wk¶v I wkí cÖwZôv‡b gvbevwaKvi welqK ¯§viK Av‡jvPbv mfvi Av‡qvRb Ki‡Z cvi‡e| evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi kvLvmg~n †Kvb we¶zä cÖwZev` mfv, we¶zä wgwQj, niZvj I Ae‡iv‡ai b¨vq †Kvb wnsmvZ¥K Kg©m~Px MÖnY Ki‡Z cvi‡e bv| Awnsmvi c_B n‡e gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi kvLv¸‡jvi cÖwZcv`¨| †Rjv, wmwU K‡c©v‡ikb Ges mycÖxg‡KvU© kvLv †Kej gvÎ gvbevwaKvi msi¶‡Yi j‡¶¨ †h †Kvb wel‡qi Dci mivmwi Av`vj‡Z gvgjv `v‡qi Ki‡Z cvi‡e| Ab¨vb¨ kvLv¸‡jv †Rjv kvLvi Aby‡gv`b MÖnY K‡i wbR kvLvi bv‡g Av`vj‡Z gvgjv `v‡qi Ki‡Z cvi‡e| Av`vj‡Z gvgjv `v‡q‡ii ci mKj kvLv gvgjvi welqe¯‘ Kwgk‡bi m`i `ßi‡K Ri“ix AewnZ Ki‡Z n‡e| kvLv¸‡jv B”Qv Ki‡j cÖPviYvi j‡¶ gvbevwaKvi jsNbRwbZ NUbvi Dci weÁwß A_ev mvsevw`K m‡¤§jb Ki‡Z cvi‡e| wefvMxq mgš^q KwgwU¸‡jv wefv‡Mi gvbevwaKvi jsNbRwbZ welq¸‡jv ch©‡e¶Y Ki‡e Ges mswkó †Rjv‡K Kvh©Ki e¨e¯’v MÖn‡Yi Aby‡iva Rvbv‡Z cvi‡e| †Kvb kvLv ev Zvi m`m¨ Aci †Kvb kvLv ev †Kvb m`‡m¨i wei“‡× †`Iqvbx ev †dŠR`vix †Kvb gvgjv `v‡qi Ki‡Z n‡j Kwgk‡bi m`i `ß‡ii wjwLZ Aby‡gv`b MÖnY Ki‡Z n‡e| RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwUi †gqv`Kvj _vK‡e 5 eQi| wefvMxq mgš^q KwgwUi †gqv`Kvj _vK‡e 2 eQi| †Rjv, wmwU K‡c©v‡ikb, Dc‡Rjv, _vbv Ges †cŠimfv kvLvi †gqv`Kvj _vK‡e 2 eQi| GQvov Ab¨vb¨ mKj eªv‡Âi †¶‡Î †gqv`Kvj _vK‡e 2 eQi|
(3) G¨vwdwj‡qkb/Aaxfz³ msMVbt evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi RvZxq MVbZš¿ Ges RvZxq Kg© wb‡`©wkKvi cÖwZ AvbyMZ¨ cÖKvkKvix ‡h †Kvb msMVb‡K Kwgk‡bi m`i `ßi ch©v‡jvPbv mv‡c‡¶ G¨vwdwj‡qkb ev Aaxf‚³ msMVb wn‡m‡e Abygv`b cÖ`vb Ki‡Z cvi‡e| Kwgk‡bi m`i `ß‡ii Kv‡Q Aby‡gv`bK…Z msMVb¸‡jv Zv‡`i Kvh©µg Ges Avq e¨‡qi wnmve wbqwgZ †ck Ki‡Z eva¨ _vK‡e| Aaxf‚³ msMVb Kwgk‡bi g‡bvMÖvg e¨envi Ki‡Z cvi‡e| Aaxf‚³ cÖwZôvb Ggb †Kvb c` e¨envi Ki‡e bv, hvi mv‡_ Kwgk‡bi RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwUi †Kvb c‡`i wg‡ji Kvi‡Y weåvwš— m„wó nq| evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi RvZxq m`i `ßi †`‡ki wewkó e¨w³‡`i AvRxeb m`m¨c` cÖ`vb Ki‡Z cvi‡e| AvRxeb m`m¨MY GKwU mb`cÎ Ges cwiPqcÎ cv‡eb| cÖwZ 2 eQi Aš—i Aš—i cwiPqcÎ bevqb Ki‡Z n‡e| Kwgk‡bi m`i `ßi cÖ‡qvR‡b Zv‡`i G¨vwdwj‡qkb ev Aby‡gv`b cÖZ¨vnvi A_ev evwZj Kivi AwaKvi msi¶Y Ki‡e|
(1) RvZxq ¯’vqx cwil`, (2) RvZxq Dc‡`óv cwil`, (3) RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwU, (4) Avš—R©vwZK kvLv, (5) wefvMxq mgš^q KwgwU, (6) †Rjv kvLv, (7) gnvbMi kvLv, (8) mywcÖg‡KvU© kvLv, (9) AvÂwjK kvLv, (10) Dc‡Rjv/_vbv kvLv, (11) †cŠimfv kvLv, (12) wek¦we`¨vjq kvLv, (13) wmwU IqvW© kvLv, (14) BDwbqb kvLv, (15) K‡jR kvLv, (16) wkí cÖwZôvb kvLv. (17) m`m¨ (18) AvBGBPAviwm Ges weGBPAviwm (19) AvRxeb m`m¨ Ges (20) wbe©vPb/‡gqv`|
(1) RvZxq ¯’vqx cwil`t evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi 17 Rb cÖwZôvZv m`m¨‡K wb‡q GKwU RvZxq ¯’vqx cwil` ev mvaviY cwil` i‡q‡Q| cÖwZôvZv m`m¨‡`i e¨w³MZ A_© I Z¨v‡M evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgkb cÖwZôv jvf K‡i Ges `xN© mgq Kvj cÖwZôvbwU cwiPvwjZ n‡q Avm‡Q| GQvov msMV‡bi fvimvg¨ i¶vi j‡¶¨ RvZxq ¯’vqx cwil‡`i ¸i“Z¡ i‡q‡Q| cÖwZôvZv ¯’vqx cwil‡`i m`m¨‡`i g‡a¨ †_‡K 6 Rb Ges e„nËi XvKv, PÆMÖvg, ivRkvnx, Ges Lyjbv AÂj ev cyivZb wefvM †_‡K GKRb K‡i 4 Rb Ges 1 Rb RvZxq ch©v‡qi wewkó gvbevwaKvi Kg©xmn †gvU 11 m`m¨ wewkó RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwU RvZxq ¯’vqx cwil‡`i †bZ…‡Z¡ MwVZ n‡e| RvZxq ¯’vqx cwil‡`i †Kvb m`m¨ g„Zz¨eiY Ki‡j A_ev †¯^”QQvq c`Z¨vM Ki‡j A_ev D¤§v` n‡j †m ¯’‡j 10 eQ‡ii AwfÁ †h †Kvb wmwbqi kvLv m`m¨‡K RvZxq ¯’vqx cwil‡` Aš—f©~³ Kiv n‡e| RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwUi gnvmwPe A_ev RvZxq ¯’vqx cwil‡`i wZb fv‡Mi `yÔfvM m`‡m¨i ¯^v¶i hy³ c‡Îi gva¨‡g RvZxq ¯’vqx cwil` ev mvaviY cwil‡`i mfv AvnŸvb Kiv hv‡e|
(2) RvZxq Dc‡`óv cwil`t †`‡ki e‡iY¨ e¨w³eM© hv‡`i eqm 45 Gi E‡aŸ© Ggb wk¶vwe`, M‡elK, AvBbwe`, mvsevw`K mn Aemi cÖvß miKvix Kg©KZ©vMY GB cwil‡`i Aš—f©~³ Z_v RvZxq Dc‡`óv wn‡m‡e we‡ewPZ n‡eb| RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwU `yÔeQ‡ii Rb¨ 7 †_‡K 11 m`m¨ wewkó RvZxq Dc‡`óv cwil` MVb Ki‡e| RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwUi cvkvcvwk evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi mKj kvLv¸‡jvI E‡aŸ© 9 m`m¨ wewkó GKwU Dc‡`óv cwil` GKB wbq‡g MVb Ki‡Z cvi‡e| Kwgk‡bi m`i `ßi Ges kvLv KwgwU¸‡jv B”Qv Ki‡j Zv‡`i wbR wbR Dc‡`óv‡`i ga¨ ‡_‡K GKRb Dc‡`óv †Pqvig¨vb Ki‡Z cvi‡eb, Z‡e Zv eva¨Zvg~jK bq|
(3) RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwUt evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwU Zvi †gqv`Kvjxb mgq MVbZš¿/RvZxq Kg© wb‡`©wkKv †gvZv‡eK mKj Kg©KvÛ cwiPvjbv Ki‡e Ges mKj wKQyi `vqe× _vK‡e| RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwUi m`m¨ msL¨v _vK‡e 7 †_‡K 11 m`m¨ wewkó| cÖwZôvZv m`m¨ †_‡K 6 Rb Ges e„nËi 4wU wefvM †_‡K 4 Rb Ges g‡bvbxZ 1 Rb m`m¨mn †gvU m`m¨ msL¨v n‡e 11 Rb| wefvMxq m`m¨ Aš—f©~³ nevi c~‡e© cÖwZôvZv m`m¨ †_‡KB RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwU MwVZ n‡e| †gvU 5 eQi GB KwgwUi †gqv` Kvj _vK‡e| GKRb mfvcwZ, GKRb gnvmwPe Ges GKRb †Kvlva¨¶ Qvov KwgwUi mK‡jB m`m¨ wn‡m‡e `vwqZ¡ cvjb Ki‡eb|
RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwU mivmwi RvZxq Dc‡`óv cwil`, wefvMxq mgš^q KwgwU, †Rjv kvLv, gnvbMi kvLv, mycÖxg‡KvU© kvLvmg~n mivmwi Aby‡gv`b Ki‡e| Dc‡Rjv/_vbv kvLv, †cŠimfv kvLv Ges wek¦we`¨vjq kvLvmg~n †Rjv kvLvi mycvwikµ‡g Kwgk‡bi m`i `ßi Aby‡gv`b cÖ`vb Ki‡e| RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwU Kwgk‡bi Kg©KvÛ‡K MwZkxj Kivi j‡¶¨ †h †Kvb kvLv KwgwU‡K Aby‡gv`b cÖ`vb A_ev mvgwqK ev P‚ovš—fv‡e eiLv¯—, evwZj A_ev Aby‡gv`b cÖZ¨vnvi Ki‡Z cvi‡e| RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwUi c‡¶ gnvmwPe wm×vš—mg~n Kvh©Ki Ki‡eb|
(4) Avš—R©vwZK kvLvt evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgkb we‡k¦i cÖvq mKj †`‡kB ch©vqµ‡g kvLv MVb Kivi D‡`¨vM MÖnY Ki‡e| BwZg‡a¨ BD‡ivc I Av‡gwiKv gnv‡`‡ki †ek wKQy †`‡k kvLv MV‡bi KvR ïi“ n‡q‡Q| evsjv‡`kx eskf‚Z mswkó †`‡ki bvMwiK‡`i evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi KwgwU‡Z Aš—f©~³ Ki‡Z AMÖvwaKvi wfwË‡Z DØy× Kivi D‡`¨vM MÖnY Kiv n‡e| Kwgk‡bi RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwUi mivmwi Aaxf‚³ GÔmKj KwgwU¸‡jv GKwU c~Y© †Rjv kvLvi gh©v`v †fvM Ki‡e Ges †Rjv kvLvi Q‡K MwVZ n‡e| Avš—R©vwZK kvLv¸‡jvi gva¨‡g gvbevwaKvi Kg©xMY wewfbœ †`‡k cÖwk¶Y MÖn‡Yi j‡¶¨ G‡K Ac‡ii †`‡k åg‡Yi my‡hvM cv‡e| Avš—R©vwZK kvLvi †gqv` n‡e 2 (দুই) eQi|
(5) wefvMxq mgš^q KwgwUt †`‡k †gvU 11wU wefvM h_vµ‡g- 1| XvKv †g‡UªvcwjUb wefvM, 2| XvKv DËi wefvM, 3| XvKv `w¶Y wefvM, 4| PÆMÖvg DËi wefvM, 5| PÆMÖvg `w¶Y wefvM, 6| ivRkvnx wefvM, 7| Lyjbv wefvM, 8| wm‡jU wefvM, 9| ewikvj wefvM I 10| iscyi wefvM| evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi wbR¯^ GB 10wU wefv‡M 10 Rb wefvMxq mgš^q KwgwU _vK‡e| wefv‡Mi AvIZvq cÖwZwU †Rjv, gnvbMi kvLvi mfvcwZ I mvaviY m¤úv`KMY GB mgš^q KwgwUi m`m¨ _vK‡eb| mycÖxg‡KvU© kvLvi mfvcwZ I mvaviY m¤cv`K XvKv †g‡UªvcwjUb wefvMxq mgš^q KwgwUi m`m¨ _vK‡eb| wefvMxq mgš^q KwgwUi m`m¨iv GKRb mgš^qKvix wbe©vwPZ Ki‡eb| eQ‡i Kgc‡¶ GKevi wefvMxq mgš^q KwgwUi Avnev‡b wefvMxq gvbevwaKvi m‡¤§jb AbywôZ n‡e| wefvMxq mgš^qKvixi mswkó †Rjv/gnvbM‡i Zvi `ßi _vK‡e| †h †Kvb gvbevwaKvi Kg©KvÛ Ges kvLvi wel‡q wefvMxq mgš^q KwgwU †cÖwiZ cÖwZ‡e`b RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwU ¸i“‡Z¡i mv‡_ we‡ePbv Ki‡e Ges †Rjv KwgwU Zv †g‡b Pj‡e| wefvMxq mgš^q KwgwUi †gqv` n‡e 2 (`yB) eQi|
(6) †Rjv kvLv t †`‡k †gvU 64wU †Rjv i‡q‡Q| evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi cÖwZwU †Rjvq GKwU K‡i †Rjv KwgwU ev †Rjv kvLv _vK‡e| †Rjvq Kg©iZ wk¶vwe`, AvBbRxex, mvsevw`K, wPwKrmK Ges wewkó mgvR‡mex‡`i wb‡q cÖwZwU †Rjv KwgwU MwVZ n‡e| †Rjv KwgwUi mvsMVwbK QKt mfvcwZ 1 Rb, mn-mfvcwZ- 11 Rb, mvaviY m¤cv`K 1 Rb, hyM¥ m¤cv`K 9 Rb, A_© m¤úv`K- 1 Rb, hyM¥ A_© m¤úv`K- 2 Rb, mvsMVwbK 3 Rb, cÖPvi I cÖKvkbv m¤cv`K- 1 Rb, AvBb welqK m¤cv`K- 1 Rb, gwnjv welqK m¤úv`K 1 Rb, mgvRKj¨vY m¤úv`K 2 Rb, Avš—R©vwZK m¤úv`K 1 Rb, `ßi m¤cv`K 3 Rb, mvs¯‹…wZK m¤úv`K 2 Rb Ges wbe©vnx m`m¨ E‡aŸ© 101 Rb| wbe©vnx KwgwU‡Z Kgc‡¶ 3 Rb gwnjv Ges GK ev GKvwaK msL¨vjNy cÖwZwbwa Aš—f©~³ Ki‡Z n‡e| miKvix PvKwiRxweiv Kwgk‡bi m`m¨ n‡Z cvi‡eb, Z‡e mfvcwZi I mvaviY m¤c`‡Ki c‡` †h‡Z cvi‡eb bv| DcRvZxq AÂ‡j Aek¨B GK ev GKvwaK DcRvwZ m`m¨‡`i wbe©vnx KwgwU‡Z Aš—f©~³ Ki‡Z n‡e| †Rjv kvLvmn Kwgk‡bi mKj kvLv¸‡jvi wbe©vnx KwgwU‡Z me©wbæ m`m¨ msL¨v n‡e 7 Rb Ges me©vwaK 141 m`m¨ wb‡q wbe©vnx KwgwU MVb Kiv hv‡e| RvZxq m`i `ßi cÖ‡qvR‡b wbe©vnx KwgwU‡Z GKRb wbe©vnx mfvcwZ wb‡qvRb cÖ`vb Ki‡Z cvi‡e| †Rjv kvLv mvjxwk Kvh©µg, wjM¨vj GBW, Av‡R©›U G¨vKkb, msev`c‡Î weÁwß cÖ`vb, mvsevw`K m‡¤§jb AvnŸvb, Z`š— Kvh©µg cwiPvjbv, †mwgbvi I Kg©kvjvi Av‡qvRb, ¯’vbxq I RvZxq wbe©vPb ch©‡eY, `y‡h©vMKvjxb `~M©Z‡`i mvnv‡h¨ Kg©KvÛ cwiPvjbv, 10B Rvbyqvwi Kwgk‡bi cÖwZôvZv evwl©Kx cvjb Ges 10B wW‡m¤^i wek¦ gvbevwaKvi w`em h_vh_fv‡e cvjb Ki‡e| w`em¸‡jv‡Z †Rjv kvLv wbR¯^ D‡`¨v‡M i¨vjx, i³`vb, gvbevwaKvi welqK wPÎvsKb, Av‡jvPbv mfv I †mwgbvi cÖKvkbvmn wewea Kg©m~Pxi gva¨‡g w`emwU cvjb Ki‡e Ges †Rjvi Aaxf‚³ mKj kvLv¸‡jv‡K w`emwU cvj‡b DrmvwnZ Ki‡e| †Rjvq emevmKvix mf¨MYB †Rjv kvLvi m`m¨ n‡eb| †Rjv kvLvi †gqv` n‡e 2 (`yB) eQi|
(7) gnvbMi kvLvt XvKv, PÆMÖvg, Lyjbv Ges ivRkvnx GB PviwU gnvbM‡i evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi PviwU gnvbMi kvLv ev KwgwU _vK‡e| †Rjv kvLvi b¨vq gnvbMi KwgwU GKB Q‡K MwVZ n‡e, †gqv`Kvj mn mKj cÖKvi Kvh©µg †Rjv kvLvi Aby‡ivc cwiPvwjZ n‡e| †`‡ki PviwU gnvbMi KwgwU GK GKwU †Rjv kvLvi gh©v`v †fvM Ki‡e Ges wbR †fŠMwjK GjvKvq Abyiƒc ¶gZvi AwaKvix n‡eb| gnvbMi GjvKvq emevmKvix mf¨MYB gnvbMi kvLv KwgwUi m`m¨ wn‡m‡e MY¨ n‡eb| gnvbMi kvLvi †gqv` n‡e 2 (দুই) eQi|
(8) mycÖxg †KvU© kvLvt †`‡ki m‡e©v”P wePvivjq evsjv‡`k mycÖxg †Kv‡U© evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi GKwU kvLv KwgwU _vK‡e| mycÖxg †KvU© kvLv KwgwU †Rjv KwgwUi gh©v`v †fvM Ki‡e Ges mivmwi Kwgk‡bi m`i `ßi KZ©„K cwiPvwjZ n‡e| mycÖxg †KvU© Ges nvB‡Kv‡U©i mv‡_ mswkó AvBbRxex I Ab¨vb¨ Kg©xMY GB kvLvi m`m¨ n‡Z cvi‡eb| wewfbœ RvZxq ch©v‡q Z`š— Kvh©µ‡g AskMÖnY Ges mycÖxg‡KvU© I nvB‡KvU© wefv‡Mi wewfbœ gvbevwaKvi msµvš— gvgjv GB kvLv cwiPvjbv Ki‡e| mycÖxg †KvU© kvLvi †gqv` n‡e 2 (দুই) eQi|
(9) AvÂwjK kvLvt evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi Kvh©µg cwiPvjbvi myweav‡_© we‡kl AÂjmg~‡n AvÂwjK kvLv MVb Ki‡Z cvi‡e| †Rjv/gnvbMi kvLvi AvKv‡i, wbq‡g Ges gh©v`vq cÖwZwôZ I GKB AvKv‡i MwVZ AvÂwjK kvLvmg~n gvbevwaKvi Kvh©µg cwiPvjbv Ki‡e| AvÂwjK kvLvmg~‡ni Kg©KvÛ AÂjmg~n Kwgk‡bi RvZxq m`i `ßi †_‡K wba©viY Kiv n‡e| AvÂwjK kvLv †Rjv Ges gnvbM‡ii b¨vq mKj Kvh©µg †K›`ªxqfv‡e cwiPvjbv Ki‡eb| AvÂwjK kvLvi Aax‡b †Kvb kvLv _vK‡e bv| AÂ‡ji mKj ¯’vb †_‡K m`m¨ msMÖn Ki‡Z cvi‡e Ges GKwU wbe©vnx KwgwU AvÂwjK kvLvi Kvh©µg cwiPvjbv Ki‡e| AvÂwjK kvLvi †gqv` n‡e 2 (দুই) eQi|
(10) Dc‡Rjv/_vbv kvLvt †`‡ki cÖwZwU Dc‡Rjv/_vbvq evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi GKwU K‡i kvLv KwgwU _vK‡e| †Rjv KwgwUi mvsMVwbK Q‡K Dc‡Rjv/_vbv KwgwU¸‡jv MwVZ I cwiPvwjZ n‡e| Dc‡Rjv/_vbv KwgwUi mfvcwZ I mvaviY m¤úv`KMY c`vaxKvi e‡j †Rjv KwgwUi m`m¨ n‡eb| Dc‡Rjv/_vbv KwgwUi Kvh©µg †Rjv KwgwU gwbUwis Ki‡e Ges cÖ‡qvR‡b wbqš¿Y Ki‡Z cvi‡e| Dc‡Rjv/_vbvi Aaxfz³ †cŠimfv I wk¶v cÖwZôvb kvLv¸‡jv Dc‡Rjv/_vbv kvLv wbqš¿Y Ki‡e| gnvbM‡ii Aaxfz³ _vbv¸‡jv gnvbMi kvLvi wbqš¿‡Y cwiPvwjZ n‡e| Dc‡Rjv/_vbv GjvKvq emevmKvix mf¨MYB Dc‡Rjv/_vbv kvLvi m`m¨ n‡Z cvi‡eb| Dc‡Rjv kvLvi †gqv` n‡e 2 (দুই) eQi|
(11) †cŠimfv kvLvt †`‡ki cÖwZwU †cŠi GjvKvq GKwU K‡i evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi †cŠimfv kvLv ev KwgwU _vK‡e| †Rjv KwgwUi mvsMVwbK Q‡K †cŠimfv kvLv¸‡jv MwVZ n‡e Ges GKB wbq‡g cwiPvwjZ n‡e| †cŠi GjvKvq emevmKvix mf¨MYB †cŠimfv kvLvi m`m¨ n‡Z cvi‡e| Dc‡Rjv/_vbv kvLv †cŠimfv kvLvi Kvh©µg Z`viwK Ki‡eb| e„nËi †cŠimfv kvLv¸‡jv †hLv‡b GKvwaK _vbv Aš—f©~³ †m¯’‡j †Rjv KwgwU †m mKj †cŠimfv¸‡jv Kvh©µg mivmwi Z`viwK Ki‡e| ‡cŠi kvLv¸‡jv GKB wbq‡g †cŠi IqvW© kvLv MVb Ki‡Z cvi‡e Ges BDwbqb kvLvi gh©v`v †fvM Ki‡e| †cŠimfv kvLvi †gqv` n‡e 2 (দুই) eQi|
(12) wek¦we`¨vjq kvLvt †`‡ki meKwU wek¦ we`¨vj‡q evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi GKwU K‡i kvLv KwgwU _vK‡e| wek¦we`¨vj‡qi wk¶K, QvÎ/QvÎx Ges Kg©PvixMY KwgwUi m`m¨ n‡Z cvi‡eb| †Rjv KwgwUi QK Abyhvqx wek¦we`¨vjq kvLv¸‡jv MVb I cwiPvwjZ n‡e| mswkó †Rjv KwgwU wek¦we`¨vjq KwgwU MVb I wbqš¿Y Ki‡e| wek¦we`¨vjq kvLvi †gqv` n‡e 2 (দুই) eQi|
(13) wmwU IqvW© kvLvt †`‡ki PviwU wmwU K‡c©v‡ikb ev gnvbMi h_vµ‡g XvKv, PÆMÖvg, Lyjbv I ivRkvnx wmwUi Aax‡b cÖwZwU Iqv‡W© evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi GKwU K‡i IqvW© KwgwU _vK‡e| †Rjv KwgwUi mvsMVwbK QK Abyhvqx wmwU IqvW© KwgwU¸‡jv MwVZ n‡e Ges gnvbMi/wmwU K‡c©v‡ikb kvLv IqvW© KwgwU¸‡jv Kvh©µg Z`iwK Ki‡e| wmwU IqvW©¸‡jv BDwbqb kvLvi gh©v`v †fvM Ki‡e| IqvW© GjvKvq emevmiZ mf¨MY IqvW© KwgwUi m`m¨ n‡eb| wmwU IqvW© kvLvi †gqv` n‡e 2 (`yB) eQi|
(14) BDwbqb kvLvt †`‡ki cÖwZwU BDwbq‡b GKwU K‡i evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi kvLv KwgwU _vK‡e| †Rjv KwgwUi mvsMVwbK QK Abyhvqx BDwbqb kvLv¸‡jv MVb I cwiPvwjZ n‡e| Dc‡Rjv/_vbv kvLv¸‡jv BDwc kvLv¸‡jv MVb I Z`viwK Ki‡e| BDwbq‡b emevmKvix mf¨MY BDwbqb kvLvi m`m¨ n‡Z cvi‡eb| BDwbqb kvLvi †gqv` n‡e 2 (`yB) eQi|
(15) K‡jR kvLvt †`‡ki cÖwZwU K‡j‡R evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi GKwU K‡i K‡jR kvLv KwgwU MVb Kiv hv‡e| K‡j‡Ri wk¶K I QvÎ/QvÎxMY GB kvLvi m`m¨ n‡eb| †Rjv KwgwUi QK Abyhvqx cÖwZwU K‡jR kvLv MwVZ I cwiPvwjZ n‡e| †Rjvi c‡¶ Dc‡Rjv/_vbv KwgwU¸‡jv K‡jR kvLv¸‡jv MVb I Kvh©µg Z`viwK Ki‡e Ges BDwbqb kvLvi gh©v`v †fvM Ki‡e| K‡jR kvLvi †gqv` n‡e 2 (`yB) eQi|
(16) wkí cÖwZôvb kvLvt cÖwZwU wkí AÂ‡j evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi GKwU K‡i AvÂwjK Ges cÖwZôvb wkí BDwbU kvLv KwgwU MVb Kiv hv‡e| †Rjv kvLvi QK Abyhvqx wkí cÖwZôvb kvLv¸‡jv MVb I cwiPvwjZ n‡e| †Rjv kvLv¸‡jv mivmwi wkí cÖwZôvb kvLv I wkí AvÂwjK kvLv MVb I Kvh©µg Z`viwK Ki‡e| ¯’vbxq wkí-cÖwZôv‡b Kg©iZ kªwgK I Kg©PvixMY G mKj KwgwU¸‡jv‡Z Aš—f©~³ n‡Z cvi‡e Ges BDwbqb kvLvi gh©v`v †fvM Ki‡e| wkí cÖwZôvb kvLvi †gqv` n‡e 2 (`yB) eQi|
(17) m`m¨t evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi MVbZš¿/RvZxq Kg© wb‡`©wkKvi cÖwZ AvbyMZ¨ Ges Kg©Kv‡Ûi mv‡_ Aš—f©~³ nIqvi B”Qv‡cvlYKvix Ges hvi eqm 18 eQi c~Y© n‡q‡Q Ggb bvix-cyi“l‡K Kwgk‡bi wba©vwiZ m`m¨ dig/G-dig c~iY K‡i kvLvi Aaxf‚³ m`m¨ c` jvf Ki‡Z cvi‡eb| m`m¨‡`i †ejvq †`kxq m`m¨‡`i fwZ© wd wn‡m‡e bM` 100 UvKv Ges evwl©K 600 UvKv, gnvbMi, †Rjv I mycÖxg †KvU© kvLvi evwl©K †iwR‡÷ªkb wd 1,000 UvKv, Dc‡Rjv, _vbv I †cŠimfv kvLvi evwl©K †iwR‡÷ªkb wd 600 UvKv Ges Ab¨vb¨ kvLvi †iwR‡÷ªkb evwl©K †iwR‡÷ªkb wd 500 UvKv wbqwgZ m`m¨ Puv`v cwi‡kva Ki‡Z n‡e| Kwgk‡b Awf‡hvM `vwLjKvix‡K 100 UvKv †iwR‡÷ªkb wd cÖ`vbc~e©K Awf‡hvM `vwLj Ki‡Z n‡e| we‡`kx kvLvi m`m¨‡`i †ejvq fwZ© wd bM` gvwK©b 5 Wjvi mgcwigvb A_© Ges evrmwiK Puv`v 50 gvwK©b Wjvi mgcwigv‡Y A_© cwi‡kva Ki‡Z n‡e| GQvov we‡`kx eªvÂ¸‡jv‡K evwl©K 25 gvwK©b Wjvi †iwR‡÷ªkb wd cwi‡kva Ki‡Z n‡e| kvLv¸‡jv Awf‡hvMKvixi wbKU †_‡K 5 Wjvi †iwR‡÷ªkb wd MÖnYc~e©K Awf‡hvMcÎ MÖnY Ki‡Z cvi‡eb| mswkó kvLv¸‡jv m`m¨‡`i fwZ© wd I gvwmK Puv`vi A_© MÖnY Ki‡e|
(18) weGBPAviwm Ges AvBGBPAviwmt
†h‡nZz evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgkb (BHRC) Gi D‡`¨v‡M B›Uvib¨vkbvj wnDg¨vb ivBUm Kwgkb (IHRC) cÖwZôv jvf K‡i, †m‡nZz BHRC Gi GKwU mn‡hvMx cÖwZôvb wn‡m‡e IHRC we‡ewPZ n‡e| BHRC wek¦e¨vcx gvbevwaKvi Kvh©µg cÖwZôv Kivi j‡¶¨ c„_K MVbZ‡š¿i Av‡jv‡K IHRC cÖwZôv K‡i, †hLv‡b we‡k¦i cÖwZwU †`‡ki bvMwiK GB cÖwZôv‡bi mv‡_ mswkó _vK‡Z cvi‡e| BD‡ivcmn we‡k¦i †h mKj †`‡k evsjv‡`kx es‡kv™¢yZ bvMwiKMY mswkó †`k¸‡jv‡Z †ewk cwigvY emevm K‡i, †m mKj †`‡k BHRC kvLv KwgwU MVb K‡i gvbevwaKvi Kvh©µg cwiPvjbv K‡i Avm‡Q| Aciw`‡K evsjv‡`kx es‡kv™¢yZ bvMwiK †hLv‡b Kg †m ¯’‡j IHRC cÖwZwU †`‡k RvZxq KwgwU MVb K‡i _v‡K| G‡¶‡Î IHRC kvLv¸‡jv‡KB BHRC kvLv wn‡m‡e a‡i †bqv n‡e| BHRC Gi †h †Kvb Kvh©µg mswkó IHRC kvLvi gva¨‡g cwiPvjbv Kiv hv‡e| GQvov BHRC Zvi wbR¯^ Kvh©µg cwiPvjbvi †¶‡Î IHRC †K mn‡hvwMZv MÖnY Ki‡Z cvi‡e Ges IHRC Õi wbR¯^ Kvh©µg cwiPvjbvi †¶‡Î cÖ‡qvR‡b BHRCÕi mn‡hvwMZv wb‡Z cvi‡e|
(19) AvRxeb m`m¨t evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡b AvRxeb c` _vK‡e| †`‡k wewkó mgvR‡mex Ges ÁvbMe© e¨w³eM© evsjv‡`‡ki AvRxeb m`m¨ n‡Z cvi‡eb| ÔGÕ ÔweÕ Ges ÔwmÕ †MÖ‡Wi wZb ai‡bi gh©v`v m¤úbœ AvRxeb m`m¨ _vK‡e| Kwgk‡bi RvZxq m`i `ßi mivmwi Ges kvLvi mfvcwZ/mvaviY m¤úv`K mycvwikK…Z AvRxeb m`‡m¨i A‡a©K Aby`vb kvLv cv‡e Ges evwK A‡a©K RvZxq m`i `ßi cv‡e| AvRxeb m`m¨MY GKwU mb`cÎ, cwiPqcÎ Ges evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi GKwU wcb cv‡eb| evsjv‡`‡ki gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi gnvmwPe AvRxeb m`m¨ mb`c‡Î ¯^v¶i Ki‡eb|
(20) wbe©vPb I †gqv`t evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwU MV‡bi j‡¶¨ RvZxq ¯’vqx cwil` wbR m`m¨ gÛjx †_‡K 6 Rb m`m¨‡K wbe©vwPZ/g‡bvbxZ Ki‡e| e„nËi wefvMxq mgš^q KwgwU¸‡jv wbR wbR wefvM †_‡K 1 Rb K‡i me©m¤§wZµ‡g 4 Rb m`m¨ wbe©vwPZ/ g‡bvbxZ Ki‡e| cieZ©x‡Z gnvmwPe AviI 1 Rb m`m¨‡K g‡bvbqb cÖ`vb K‡i 11 m`m¨ wewkó RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwU c~Y©Zv Ki‡e| Kwgk‡bi m`i `ßi Ges kvLv¸‡jv cÖ‡qvR‡b wbe©vPb Kivi j‡¶¨ GKwU `yÔm`m¨ wewkó wbe©vPb Kwgkb MVb Ki‡Z cvi‡e| Zv‡`i g‡a¨ 1 Rb cÖavb wbe©vPb Kwgkbvi Ges 1Rb wbe©vPb Kwgkbvi wn‡m‡e we‡ewPZ n‡e| cÖavb wbe©vPb Kwgkb 30 w`‡bi g‡a¨ wbe©vPb m¤cbœ Ki‡e| RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwUi †gqv` 5 (cuvP) eQi _vK‡e| mKj Dc‡`óv cwil‡`i †gqv` GK †_‡K `yÔeQ‡ii n‡e| Avš—R©vwZK, gnvbMi, †Rjv, AvÂwjK, mycÖxg †KvU©, wek¦we`¨vjq, Dc‡Rjv, †cŠimfv kvLvi †gqv`Kvj n‡e 2 (দুই) eQi Ges Ab¨vb¨ kvLvi †gqv` n‡e 2 (`yB) eQi|
(K) RvZxq gnvm‡¤§jb, (L) m‡¤§jb|
(K) RvZxq gnvm‡¤§jbt evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwUi D‡`¨v‡M cÖwZ `yÔeQi GKwU RvZxq gnvm‡¤§jb AbywôZ n‡e| RvZxq ¯’vqx cwil`, RvZxq Dc‡`óv cwil` wefvMxq mgb¦q KwgwU Ges †Rjv, gnvbMi, mywcÖg‡KvU©, Dc‡Rjv/_vbv I †cŠimfv kvLvi mfvcwZ I mvaviY m¤cv`KMY RvZxq gnvm‡¤§j‡bi cÖwZwbwa wn‡m‡e Aš—f©~³ _vK‡eb| RvZxq gnvm‡¤§j‡bi †h †Kvb me© m¤§Z wm×vš— RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwU gvb‡Z eva¨ _vK‡e|
(L) m‡¤§jbt evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi Kvh©µg MwZkxj Kivi j‡¶¨ m‡¤§jb Kivi welqwUi Dci we‡kl ¸iæZ¡ cÖ`vb Kiv n‡q‡Q| wefvMxq mgš^q KwgwUi D‡`¨v‡M cÖwZwU wefv‡M eQ‡i GKevi wefvMxq m‡¤§jb Ges mKj kvLvmg~n Abyiƒcfv‡e eQ‡i Kgc‡¶ GKevi ¯’vbxqfv‡e kvLv m‡¤§j‡bi Av‡qvRb Ki‡e| m‡¤§jb¸‡jv‡Z kvLvi Dc‡`óv cwil`, wbe©vnx KwgwU Ges mvaviY m`m¨MY Aek¨B hv‡Z K‡i Dcw¯’Z _v‡K Zvi Kvh©Kix e¨e¯’v MÖnY Ki‡Z n‡e|
(1) RvZxq ¯’vqx cwil`, (2) RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwU, (3) mfvcwZ, (4) gnvmwPe, (5) kvLv KwgwUi ¶gZv, (6) kvLv mfvcwZ I (7) kvLv mvaviY m¤cv`K, (8) Mfb©i †Rbv‡ij, Mfb©i Ges †WcywU Mfb©i (9) G¨v¤^v‡mWi (Ambassador)|
(1) RvZxq ¯’vqx cwil`t evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi RvZxq ¯’vqx cwil`, mvaviY cwil`, Kwgk‡bi m‡e©v”P cwil` e‡j we‡ewPZ n‡e| RvZxq Dc‡`óv cwil` Ges RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwUmn †h †Kvb kvLv KwgwU‡K Zvi †gqv` c~i‡Yi Av‡M A_ev †h †Kvb mgq GB cwil‡`i wZb fv‡Mi `yB fvM m`m¨ GKwÎZ n‡q KwgwU evwZj Kivi ¶gZv msi¶Y Ki‡e| ¯’vqx cwil` RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwU †f‡½ 3 gv‡mi Rb¨ GKwU AvnŸvqK KwgwU MVb Ki‡Z cvi‡e|
(2) RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwUt RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwU Zvi †gqv`Kv‡j evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi m`i `ß‡ii mKj Kg©KvÛ cwiPvjbv Ki‡e Ges mKj kvLv KwgwU¸‡jvi Kg©KvÛ Z`viKx I gwbUwis Ki‡e| †Kvb kvLv ev kvLvi m`m¨ Kwgk‡bi Kg©Kv‡Ûi ¯^v_© cwicwš’ KvR Ki‡j RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwU wbR D‡`¨v‡M welqwU Z`š— Ki‡Z cvi‡e A_ev †h †Kvb kvLvi gva¨‡g Z`š— m¤c~Y© K‡i kvLv KwgwU ev m`‡m¨i m`m¨ c` cÖZ¨vnvi ev evwZj Kivi ¶gZv ivL‡e| RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwU wbR D‡`¨v‡M kvLv MVb c~e©K Aby‡gv`b cÖ`vb I Aby‡gv`b evwZj ev cÖZ¨vnvi Kvivi AwaKvi msi¶Y Ki‡e| GQvov Kwgk‡bi A_© msMÖ‡ni D‡Ï‡k¨ `vZv ms¯’v mn A_© MÖn‡Yi j‡¶¨ Kvh©µg cwiPvjbv Ki‡Z cvi‡e| Kwgkb †Kvb RwUj mgm¨vi m¤§yLxb n‡j RvZxq Dc‡`óv cwil‡`i m`m¨‡`i gva¨‡g RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwU Zvi mgvavb Ki‡e|
(3) mfvcwZt evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwUi mfvcwZ cÖwZôv‡bi cÖavb wn‡m‡e MY¨ n‡eb| wZwb RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwUi mfvq mfvcwZZ¡ Ki‡eb Ges gnvmwPe KZ©„K RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwUi wm×vš— evš—evq‡bi Kvh©µg Z`viKx Ki‡eb| mfvcwZ RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwU mfv AvnŸv‡bi Rb¨ gnvmwPe‡K Aby‡iva Rvbv‡e| mfvcwZ †`‡ki evB‡i †M‡j Zvi ¯’‡j RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwUi GKRb wmwbqi m`m¨ mfvcwZi `vwqZ¡ cvjb Ki‡eb|
evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwUi gnvmwPe cÖwZôv‡bi cÖavb wbe©vnx wn‡m‡e MY¨ n‡eb| gnvmwPe RvZxq ¯’vqx cwil`, RvZxq gnvm‡¤§jb Ges RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwUi Kv‡Q `vqe× _vK‡e| RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwUi c‡¶ gnvmwPe †Rjv kvLvi gva¨‡g A_ev mivmwi kvLv MVb, Aby‡gv`b, we‡kl c‡`vbœwZ, KwgwU evwZj, Kvh©µg mvgwqK ¯’wMZ Ges Aby‡gv`b cÖZ¨vnv‡ii ¶gZv msi¶Y Ki‡eb| Znwej msMÖ‡ni j‡¶¨ `vZv ms¯’vi mv‡_ †hvMv‡hvMmn cÖwZôv‡bi ¯^v_© msi¶‡b wewfbœ Kvh©µg Pvjy Ki‡Z cvi‡eb| gnvmwPe †h †Kvb RvZxq I Avš—R©vwZK wel‡qi Dci Z`š— KwgwU MVb I cÖwZ‡e`b cÖKvk mn Kvh©Ki AvBbMZ e¨e¯’v MÖnY Ki‡Z cvi‡e| gnvmwPe Kwgk‡bi m`i `ßi I kvLv mg~‡ni †eZb‡fvMx mKj ch©v‡qi Kg©KZ©v I Kg©Pvix wb‡qvM, Ae¨vnwZ Ges eiLv‡¯—i ¶gZv msi¶Y Ki‡e|
gnvmwPe Kwgk‡bi Kg©KvÛ‡K MwZkxj Kivi j‡¶¨ †Rjv kvLvi mfvcwZi gh©v`vq mviv‡`‡k E‡aŸ© 50 Rb K‡i AvÂwjK mgš^qKvix (e„nËi †Rjvmg~n) Ges 50 Rb we‡kl cÖwZwbwa Ges m‡e©v”P `yÔeQi †gqv‡` †`‡k Ges we‡`‡k wb‡qvM/g‡bvbqb cÖ`vb Ki‡Z cvi‡e| RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwUi †Kvb m`‡m¨i AvPiY cÖwZôvb cwicwš’ cÖgvwYZ n‡j gnvmwPe mvgwqKfv‡e Zvi m`m¨c` ¯’wMZ Ki‡Z cvi‡eb| GQvov A¯’vqxfv‡e 2 eQ‡ii Rb¨ wefvMxq mgš^qKvix wn‡m‡e GKRb `vwqZ¡kxj gvbevwaKvi Kg©x‡K wb‡qvM/g‡bvbqb w`‡Z cvi‡eb| gnvmwPe †`‡ki evB‡i _vKvKv‡j wZwb RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwUi †h †Kvb m`m¨‡K †m mgqKvi Rb¨ fvicÖvß gnvmwP‡ei `vwqZ¡ cÖ`vb Ki‡Z cvi‡eb| gnvmwPe Kwgk‡bi wbe©vnx cwiPvjK/cwiPvj‡Ki gva¨‡g Zvi c‡¶ Kg©KvÛ cwiPvjbv Kivi AbygwZ cÖ`vb Ki‡Z cvi‡eb|
(5) kvLv KwgwUi ¶gZvt †Rjv, gnvbMi, mycÖxg‡KvU©, Dc‡Rjv/_vbv, †cŠimfv, wek¦we`¨vjq, K‡jR, BDwbqb, wkí cÖwZôvb Ges wmwU IqvW© kvLv¸‡jvi m`m¨ wb‡qvM I evwZ‡ji †¶‡Î wbR wbR kvLvi `yB Z…Zxqvsk m`‡m¨i wm×všÍ P‚ovš— e‡j we‡ewPZ n‡e| †Rjvi Awab¯’ Dc‡Rjv/_vbv, wek¦we`¨vjq, †cŠimfv kvLv MVbc~e©K Aby‡gv`‡bi mycvwik Ges Aby‡gv`b cÖZ¨vnv‡ii Rb¨ †Rjv mfvcwZ I mvaviY m¤cv`K †hŠ_ ¯^v¶i ev †Rjv KwgwUi †iRy‡jkb m`i `ß‡i cvVv‡j m`i `ßi Zv Kvh©Ki Ki‡e| Ab¨vb¨ kvLv h_vµ‡g BDwbqb, K‡jR, wkí-AvÂwjK I wkí cÖwZôvb kvLv mg~n‡K †Rjv kvLv me©m¤§wZµ‡g Aby‡gv`b cÖ`vbmn cÖZ¨vnvi ev evwZj Ki‡Z cvi‡e| kvLv KwgwUi mfvcwZ Ges mvaviY m¤cv`K wZwbB n‡eb, hviv Kwgk‡bi wbR¯^ Awdm nevi c~e© ch©š— Zv‡`i wbR †P¤^vi ev evm-fe‡bi mvg‡b evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi kvLvi mvBb‡evW© jvwM‡q Kvh©µg cwiPvjbv Ki‡Z cvi‡eb| kvLvmg~n wbR D‡`¨v‡M †h †Kvb gvbevwaKvi jsNb cÖwZ‡iv‡a Kvh©µg cwiPvjbv Ki‡Z cvi‡e|
(6) kvLv mfvcwZt evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi mKj kvLvi mfvcwZ wbR wbR kvLvi cÖavb wn‡m‡e we‡ewPZ n‡eb Ges kvLv wbe©vnx KwgwUi mKj mfvq mfvcwZZ¡ Ki‡eb| kvLv wbe©vnx KwgwUi wm×vš—mg~n ev¯—vq‡bi j‡¶¨ Kvh©µg MwZkxjKiY, m`m¨ msL¨v e„w×KiY, kvLvi Aaxf‚³ GjvKvq †hLv‡b evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi Kvh©µg †bB, †m¯’‡j Kvh©µg PvjyKiY Ges wbe©vnx KwgwUi wm×vš—mg~n mvavib m¤cv`K h_vh_ cvjb Ki‡Q wK bv Zv ch©‡e¶‡Yi `vwqZ¡ kvLv mfvcwZi| mfvcwZi Abycw¯’wZ‡Z kvLvi wmwbqb mn-mfvcwZ mfvcwZi `vwqZ¡ cvjb Ki‡eb|
(7) kvLv mvaviY m¤cv`Kt evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi mKj kvLvi mvaviY m¤cv`K kvLvi cÖavb wbe©vnx wn‡m‡e MY¨ n‡eb| kvLv wbe©vnx KwgwUi wm×všÍmg~n mvaviY m¤cv`K ev¯Íevqb Ki‡eb| †h †Kvb Awf‡hvM MÖnY, evwZj A_ev cÖ‡qvR‡b Z`šÍ cwiPvjbv Kivi AwaKvi mvaviY m¤cv`K msi¶Y Ki‡e| kvLvi †h †Kvb Kvh©µg wel‡q mvaviY m¤cv`K mfvcwZi civgk© ¸iæ‡Z¡i mv‡_ we‡ePbv Ki‡e| mvaviY m¤cv`K kvLv wbe©vnx KwgwUi Kv‡Q mivmwi `vwq _vK‡e| †Rjv kvLv, gnvbMi kvLv, AvšÍR©vwZK kvLv Ges mycÖxg‡KvU© kvLvi mvaviY m¤cv`K MY Zv‡`i Aaxb¯’ kvLvmg~n MVbc~e©K mycvwik mnKv‡i Kwgk‡bi m`i `ß‡i Aby‡gv`‡bi Rb¨ †cÖiY Ki‡e| Ab¨vb¨ kvLv¸‡jv KwgwUi c‡¶ mvaviY m¤cv`K wbR D‡`¨v‡M MVb I evwZ‡ji ¶gZv msi¶Y Ki‡e| mvaviY m¤cv`‡Ki Abycw¯’wZ‡Z hyM¥ m¤cv`K M‡Yi ga¨ †_‡K †h †Kvb GKRb mvaviY m¤cv`‡Ki `vwqZ¡ cvjb Ki‡eb| mvaviY m¤cv`K kvLvi Ab¨vb¨ Kg©KZ©v‡`i `vwqZ¡ e›Ub I Kg©KvÛ ZË¡veavqb Ges Kg©Pvix wb‡qvM ev wb‡qvM evwZj Kivi AwaKvi msi¶Y Ki‡eb|
(8) Mfb©i †Rbv‡ij, Mfb©i Ges †WcywU Mfb©i t
evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi RvZxq I Avš—R©vwZK kvLv¸‡jv‡Z Kg©iZ wewfbœ c‡`i KwZcq welq cybwe©b¨vm Kiv nj| K) Kwgk‡bi gnvmwPe Zvi c‡`i cybwe©b¨vm c~e©K gnvmwPe/MfY©i †Rbv‡ij wjL‡Z cvi‡eb| L) RvZxq Dc‡`óv cwil‡`i m`m¨e„›`, RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwUi mfvcwZ, RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwUi †Kvlva¨¶, wefvMxq mgš^qKvixMY Zv‡`i eZ©gvb c` A_ev MfY©i c`ex wjL‡Z cvi‡eb| M) wefvMxq we‡kl cÖwZwbwa (Aby‡gv`b mv‡c‡¶) Ges AvÂwjK mgš^qKvixMY wb‡Ri c`ex †WcywU MfY©i wn‡m‡e D‡jL Ki‡Z cvi‡eb| N) †Rjv Ges gnvbM‡ii mfvcwZ A_ev mvaviY m¤úv`K Gi g‡a¨ †h †Kvb GKRb m`i `ß‡ii Aby‡gv`b mv‡c‡¶ †WcywU MfY©i wbR c‡`i mv‡_ wjL‡Z cvi‡eb|
(9) G¨v¤^v‡mWi (Ambassador)t evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi ewnwe©‡k¦ Kg©iZ †`k¸‡jv‡Z GK ev GKvwaK Kg©KZ©v‡K Kwgk‡bi Avš—R©vwZK m`i `ßi K~U‰bwZK Kvh©µg cwiPvjbvi j‡¶¨ G¨v¤^v‡mWi c‡` `vwqZ¡ cÖ`vb Ki‡Z cvi‡e| RvZxq mfvcwZi gh©v`vi e¨w³MY wjwLZ Aby‡gv`b mv‡c‡¶ GB c‡` f~wlZ n‡eb Ges wbR †`‡k GB c` e¨envi Ki‡Z cvi‡eb| Kwgk‡bi RvZxq m`i `ßi cÖ‡qvR‡b K~U‰bwZK Kvh©µg cwiPvjbvi j‡¶¨ A¯’vqx G¨v¤^v‡mWi c‡` †h †Kvb Kg©KZ©v‡K Avš—R©vwZK Kg©m~Px‡Z †hvM`vbKv‡j G¨v¤^v‡mW‡ii `vwqZ¡ cÖ`vb Ki‡Z cvi‡eb|
(P) Avq e¨qt
(1) wnmve cwiPvjbv, (2) Znwej msMÖn, (3) wbix¶v
(1) wnmve cwiPvjbvt evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi m`i `ßi I kvLv KwgwU¸‡jvi cÖwZwU‡Z Kgc‡¶ GKwU K‡i evwYwR¨K e¨vs‡K mÂqx/PjwZ wnmve _vK‡e| m`i `ß‡ii wnmve RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwUi mfvcwZ, gnvmwPe I †Kvlva¨¶ KZ©„K †hŠ_ ¯^v¶‡i cwiPvwjZ n‡e| gnvmwP‡ei ¯^v¶i eva¨Zvg~jK †i‡L Aci †h †Kvb GKR‡bi ¯^v¶i mgš^‡q e¨vsK wnmve cwiPvwjZ n‡e| kvLv¸‡jvi †¶‡Î mfvcwZ, mvaviY m¤cv`K Ges †Kvlva¨‡¶¨i †hŠ_ ¯^v¶‡i wnmve Lyj‡Z n‡e Ges D‡jwLZ wZbR‡bi †h †Kvb `yÔR‡bi ¯^v¶‡i wnmve cwiPvwjZ n‡e|
(2) Znwej msMÖnt evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi m`i `ßi KZ©„K †h †Kvb Avš—R©vwZK `vZvms¯’vi wbKU †_‡K miKvwi wewa †gvZv‡eK Znwej msMÖn Ki‡Z cvi‡e| GQvov Kwgk‡bi m`i `ßi cÖwZwU †Rjv, gnvbMi I mywcÖg‡KvU© kvLvi wbKU †_‡K evwl©K †iwR‡÷ªkb wd, Ab¨vb¨ kvLvi evwl©K †iwR‡÷ªkb wd| GQvov gvbevwaKvi g¨vMvwR‡bi wewµZ A‡_©i AvswkK, Kwgk‡bi m`i `ßi I mKj kvLvi wbKU mvnvh¨ cÖv_©x ¯^”Pj Av‡e`bKvix‡`i wbKU †_‡K †iwR‡÷ªkb wd, m`m¨‡`i fwZ© wd Ges evwl©K m`m¨ Puv`v wn‡m‡e MÖnY K‡i Znwej msMÖn Ki‡e| Avš—R©vwZK kvLv¸‡jvi †¶‡Î kvLv †iwR‡÷ªkb wd m`i `ßi eivei cwi‡kva Ki‡Z n‡e| Kwgk‡bi m`i `ßi Ges kvLv¸‡jv ¯’vbxq `vZv‡`i wbKU †_‡K A_© msMÖn K‡i kvLv¸‡jvi Znwej m„wó Ki‡Z cvi‡e| GQvov †Rjv, gnvbMi, mycÖxg‡KvU© Ges Avš—R©vwZK kvLv¸‡jv gnvmwP‡ei Aby‡gv`b mv‡c‡¶ mivmwi `vZv ms¯’vi wbKU †_‡K cÖK‡íi wecix‡Z wewa †gvZv‡eK Znwej MÖnY Ki‡Z cvi‡e| Kwgk‡bi m`i `ßi Ges kvLv mg~n ¯’vbxqfv‡e miKvix I †emiKvix cÖvwZôvwbK Aby`vb Ges e¨w³MZ Aby`vb MÖnY K‡i Zwnej m„wó Ki‡Z cvi‡e|
(3) wbix¶vt evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi m`i `ßi Ges mKj kvLvmg~n Zv‡`i Kvh©µ‡gi wecix‡Z LiPK…Z A‡_©i h_vh_ wnmve ivLv eva¨Zvg~jK n‡e| m`i `ßi Ges kvLv mg~‡ni Avq-e¨‡qi wnmve Kgc‡¶ `yÔeQ‡i GKevi GKwU †iwR÷vW© AwWU dv‡g©i gva¨‡g AwWU/wbix¶v Kiv‡Z n‡e| AwWU/wbix¶v cÖwZ‡e`b RvZxq wbe©vnx KwgwU RvZxq gnvm‡¤§j‡b Dc¯’vcb Ki‡e Ges kvLv †Kvlva¨¶MY kvLv m‡¤§j‡b evwl©K Avw_©K cÖwZ‡e`b Dc¯’vcb Ki‡e|
(1) cÖPviYv, (2) mvBb‡evW© e¨envi, (3) ivóªxq Kvh©µ‡g AskMÖnY, (4) cZvKv, (5) cwiPq cÎ|
(1) cÖPviYvt evsjv‡`k gvbevwaKvi Kwgk‡bi Kg©KvÛ‡K MwZkxj I Kvh©µg‡K cÖmvi Ki‡Z n‡j Zvi h_vh_ cÖPviYv Avek¨K| cÖPviYvq gvbevwaKvi Kg©x‡`i Kg©KvÛ‡K MwZkxj Ki‡e| Kwgk‡bi m`i `ß‡ii Kg©KvÛ cÖPv‡ii cvkvcvwk kvLvi Z`šÍ cÖwZ‡e`b, kvLvi gvwmK cÖwZ‡e`b Ges kvLv GjvKvi we‡kl NUbvi welq¸‡jv Z`šÍc~e©K ¯’vbxq I RvZxq msev` gva¨‡g msev` weÁwß I msev` m‡¤§j‡bi gva¨‡g kvLv¸‡jv wbR wbR Kg©Kv‡Ûi cÖPvibv Pvjv‡Z cvi‡e| Kwgk‡bi Kvh©µg cÖPv‡ii j‡¶¨ m`i `ß‡ii cvkvcvwk kvLv¸‡jv Rvb©vj ev ¯§iwbKv cÖKvk, †cv÷vi I †K‡jÛvi cÖKvk Ges gvbevwaKvi Kg©Kv‡Û Ae`vb ivLvi Rb¨ wewkó e¨w³eM©‡K c`K cÖ`vb K‡i cÖPviYv e„w× Ki‡Z cvi‡e|
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Bangladesh Human Rights Commission-BHRC is one of the largest Voluntary International human rights and peace bodies in Asian Region working against torture and for the preservation, promotion and upholding of human rights/peace with over thousand branches in home and abroad. BHRC registered by the Government of Bangladesh and established in 1987 as per charter of UN bill of rights. It is accredited with United Nations & Government of United States of America (USA) and Affiliated Status with the International Commission of Jurists- ICJ. It is also member body of OMCT/SOS Torture Network (Geneva) and Member with Observer Status of African Commission on Human & Peoples Rights. BHRC is affiliated with many other national and international bodies.
The BHRC has been providing legal assistance and advice to about 5 lac people annually concerning violation of human rights in Bangladesh and overseas. There are over 1 lac regular activists in the country who are carrying out these activities purely on voluntary basis. In personal life these people are Educationists, Lawyers, Newsmen, Teachers, Physicians and Social Workers.
The BHRC has been carrying out its jobs to the distressed people for the last 30 years. BHRC, since its inceptions, has been working for the protection of human rights irrespective of class, race, tribes, religion and other sorts of discriminations.
The BHRC identified people’s ignorance about their own rights to be the root cause for many of their sufferings. Keeping it in mind, BHRC renders legal training to the people. It also gives free legal aid to the poor, the oppressed and the dispossessed who are victims of injustice, illegal detention, harassment etc. especially to promote the administration of justice and the Rule of Law.
The BHRC also feels the need for changes in the enactment of law, which are inconsistent with basic Human Rights.
BHRC believes that poverty is one of the main reasons of rapid violation of human rights. Therefore BHRC in co-operation with its sister organization, The Institute of Rural Development (IRD), has been working for alleviating poverty through some self-employment programmes.
The BHRC sets the following objectives for realising its goals.
To take direct action against torture by involving administration, creating public opinion through publicity in press and other media.
To spread legal literacy, education and knowledge among the poor people;
To conduct and promote research in the areas of law relating to Human Rights, removal of poverty and promotion of economic and social uplift to the weaker and less fortunate sections of the society;
To suggest reforms leading to removal of social injustices;
To address the relevant authorities for immediate ridress of the violations of human rights;
The BHRC deals with human rights in the following ten of its programme divisions:
(i) Legal Aid Programme for victims of torture.
(ii) Medical aid programme for victims of torture.
(iii)Legal Literacy and publication Programme.
(iv) Investigation and Fact Finding Programme.
(v) BHRC & IHRC:
(vi) Protecting Minority/Tribal Rights Programme.
(vii) Research Programme.
(viii) Urgent Action Programme.
(ix) Legal Training Programme.
(x) Election Monitoring Programme.
(xi) Disaster Management Programme.
(xii) BHRC & IHRC
Legal Aid Programme FOR VICTIMS OF TORTURE- ACTIVITIES
The BHRC has so far entertained thousands of cases. Mainly Female and poor clients/victims and affected persons who present themselves personally or send written statements at our offices to lodge their complaints. Legal Aid Personnel and Social Workers help the victims if necessary, filing cases in the courts of law or through Negotiation or mediation. The BHRC finds this approach very much successful in establishing social order and discipline in family life.
Categories of legal aid cases:
a) Torture; b) Matrimonial; c) Harassment/Eviction; d) Unlawful Detention/Arrest/Torture; e) Rape Cases/other Sexual Harassment; f) Social Protection; g) Allegations against discriminations etc and h) Cases of Acid Burning woman and children.
MEDICAL AID PROGRAMME FOR VICTIMS OF TORTURE- ACTIVITIES.
Acid attack has increased enormously leaving consequences like death, blindness, ugly figure or invalid condition of victims. Mostly female members are target of attack. Refusal of sex appeal or dispute over landed property are main reasons of acid attacks. The BHRC has taken programme against acid attacks in the form of all sorts of assistance to victims.
We have already started lifting of acid victims from far and near in Bangladesh for their direct treatment through an acid victim treatment centre of our own at Malibagh, Dhaka .
LEGAL LITERACY AND PUBLICAION ACTIVITIES
The BHRC has regularly been publishing fortnightly magazine “The Manabadhikar” which means “Human Rights”. This magazine works exclusively for preservation, propagation and upholding of human rights. It has been playing a greater role in consciousness building against violations of human rights and torture.
The magazine is distributed to all Ministries, Directorates, Departments, Deputy Commissioners, Superintendents of Police, Judges, Bar Associations, Press Clubs & prominent political leaders, NGOS, grassroot level Social Workers of Human Rights Organizations. UN bodies, International Human Rights Organizations, other International Agencies and Foreign Missions in Bangladesh.
BHRC also conducts workshops and seminars on Human Rights and publishes human rights literatures.
Investigation and fact-finding PROGRAMME:
The BHRC has its own machinery to investigate violations of human rights. The purpose of fact-finding investigation is mainly to clarify disputed facts arising in the context of complaints of violations of human rights. This enables itself to arrive at the fact what really happened which in turn helps to initiate the right actions, and also to help the government in reaching the correct conclusions and/or to enable the findings to be produced as evidence in any trial before any judicial authority.
BHRC & IHRC:
Since International Human Rights Commission (IHRC) is established under the auspice of Bangladesh Human Rights Commission (BHRC), IHRC will be deemed to be a complementary body to the BHRC. IHRC was established under a separate constitution with a view to the ensuring of human rights all over the world and hence all the people of the world may be involved with this organization. BHRC has been conducting its activities in the form of its branches in the countries in Europe and elsewhere in the world where Bangladeshi nationals live highly. The countries having fewer Bangladeshi origin citizens have the National Committee formed under the IHRC. In this regard, IHRC branches will be deemed to be the BHRC branches and BHRC related activities may be conducted under IHRC branches. Besides this, IHRC and BHRC can receive mutual cooperation in conducting their.
PROTECTING MINORITY/TRIBAL RIGHTS PROGRAMME ACTIVITIES
BHRC in line with the International Bill of Rights has given special emphasis on protecting the rights of minorities and tribals. For protecting minority rights BHRC formed a Minority Rights Commission headed by the member of the National Executive Committee of BHRC. This body after its formation has been playing important role in protecting minority rights in Bangladesh. BHRC also played very significant role in the peace process in tribal areas in Chittagong Hill Tracts. After the inception of BHRC in 1987, it has given special priority to the peace process in tribal areas of Chittagong Hill Tracts in Bangladesh. In 1996 a ‘Peace Agreement’ has been signed between the Government of Bangladesh and the tribals for establishing peace there. BHRC played very important role in the way of peace process. Till 1996 it organized over 300 programmes including Long March, National Seminars, Discussion Meetings, Workshops, View Exchange Meetings etc. BHRC formed Chittagong Hilltracts National Coordination and Peace Council (CHTNCPC) for working in establishing peace there. The Secretary General of BHRC was the President of CHTNCPC.
RESEARCH PROGRAMME ACTIVITIES:
BHRC has its own research and documentation cell. This cell works to document the incidents of violation of human rights throughout the country. The documentation cell searched the Dailies, weeklies and other periodicals to collect the news items related to killings and torture in custody, illegal detention, rape and murder, throwing acids upon women and children etc. The most privilege of the documentation cell is that BHRC has more than 1200 branches throughout the country and overseas. The branches regularly provide data and information on the above issues. The Research Team finds out inconsistencies in the laws regarding Human Rights and suggests for remedial action to the appropriate departments.
URGENT ACTION PROGRAMME AGAINST TORTURE ACTIVITIES:
Pressure by publicity through different media about incidents of human rights violations followed by a letter of appeal to the concerned authorities has proved to be a very useful and effective remedy in many cases against torture of human rights and violation. Everyday, a large number of such letters are being sent to different ministries and departments from BHRC headquarter and from branch offices. BHRC requests international human rights bodies concerned for undertaking necessary actions regarding the violations of human rights of the Bangladeshis nationals living abroad and also attend such requests from foreign Human Rights bodies for urgent action.
TRAINING PROGRAMME ACTIVITIES
BHRC conducts training courses/programmes on legal, medical and social issues. BHRC has decided to train up the local correspondents of national news papers, influential rural peoples, peasants and human rights activists on medical aid, law, human rights and social justice that are important for daily life. Through these training courses a sense of leadership has been growing among the participants. It helps to mobilize rural poor people through grassroots organizations and non-government organizations working with the poor, to help them to achieve comprehensive self-reliant development and preservation of human rights.
election monitoring PROGRAMME ACTIVITIES
BHRC conducts voter education programmes to increase voter awareness as it thinks that the voters in Bangladesh are largely uneducated and poor. So others can influence them in casting their votes. BHRC through its Voter Education programme would like to provide the message that ‘casting a vote is a part of human rights’ and it will enhance the awareness of the voters and the elections will then be even more free and fair. BHRC also monitors both local and national elections in the country and abroad with the help of its branches and international bodies.
DISASTER MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME ACTIVITIES
As Bangladesh is prone to natural disaster BHRC with its limited resource seeks to devote its volunteers during disaster. The rural poor people are mostly affected in the disaster. The government structure is not sufficient to encounter the gradually degrading human faces at the time of natural disaster. BHRC urges to international bodies to help the people when they are in danger.
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