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BHRC Human Rights Report on September- 2021

1315 people died of Covid-19 in September 2021
Total 208 person killing & death in September 2021

The documentation section of Bangladesh Human Rights Commission (BHRC) and International Human Rights Commission-IHRC jointly furnished this human rights survey report on the basis of daily newspapers and information received from its district, sub-district and municipal branches. BHRC survey found a total of 208 deaths in the killings. According to official figures, 1315 people died of the Covid-19 in all over the country. In September 2021, there were an average of 44 Covid-19 deaths and 7 deaths in killing per day.  The Law enforcing agencies and related Govt. departments should be more responsible so that percentage of killing May be brought down to zero level. To institutionalize the democracy and to build human rights based society the rule of law and order must be established everywhere. Through enforcing rule of law only such violation against human rights can be minimized.

1315 persons died by corona virus in August 2021 according to official estimates

It appears from documentation division of BHRC:

Number of people’s total killed September 2021 ——————————————– 208

  1. Killed due to social discrepancy——————————————————— 03
  2. killing by family violence —————————————————————- 15
  3. Political Killing —————————————————————————- 06
  4. Killed by Law enforcing authority —————————————————— 02
  5. Killed by BSF —————————————————————————— 02
  6. Abduction ———————————————————————————- 03
  7. Assassination——————————————————————————- 02
  8. Mysterious death————————————————————————— 60
  9. Women & Chilled killed due to rape ————————————————— 04

Killed by several accidents:

  1. Killed by road accident—————————————————————— 102
  2. Suicide ———————————————————————————— 10

 Besides victims of torture:

  1. Rape —————————————————————————————- 10
  2. Sexual Harassment ———————————————————————— 02

BHRC Human Rights Report on August- 2021

5510 people died of Covid-19 in August 2021
Total 233 person killing & death in August 2021

The documentation section of Bangladesh Human Rights Commission (BHRC) and International Human Rights Commission-IHRC jointly furnished this human rights survey report on the basis of daily newspapers and information received from its district, sub-district and municipal branches. BHRC survey found a total of 233 deaths in the killings. According to official figures, 5510 people died of the Covid-19 in all over the country. In August 2021, there were an average of 178 Covid-19 deaths and 8 deaths in killing per day.  The Law enforcing agencies and related Govt. departments should be more responsible so that percentage of killing May be brought down to zero level. To institutionalize the democracy and to build human rights based society the rule of law and order must be established everywhere. Through enforcing rule of law only such violation against human rights can be minimized.

5510 persons died by corona virus in August 2021 according to official estimates

It appears from documentation division of BHRC:

Number of people’s total killed August 2021 ——————————————– 233

  1. Killed due to social discrepancy——————————————————— 03
  2. killing by family violence —————————————————————- 15
  3. Political Killing —————————————————————————- 05
  4. Killed by Law enforcing authority —————————————————— 05
  5. Killed by BSF —————————————————————————— 02
  6. Assassination——————————————————————————- 06
  7. Mysterious death————————————————————————— 40
  8. Women & Chilled killed due to rape ————————————————— 02

 

Killed by several accidents:

  1. Killed by road accident—————————————————————— 139
  2. Suicide ———————————————————————————— 07

 

Besides victims of torture:

  1. Rape —————————————————————————————- 09

 

BHRC Human Rights Report on July- 2021

6179 people died of Covid-19 in July 2021
Total 234 person killing & death in July 2021

The documentation section of Bangladesh Human Rights Commission (BHRC) and International Human Rights Commission-IHRC jointly furnished this human rights survey report on the basis of daily newspapers and information received from its district, sub-district and municipal branches. BHRC survey found a total of 229 deaths in the killings. According to official figures, 1875 people died of the Covid-19 in all over the country. In June 2021, there were an average of 63 Covid-19 deaths and 8 deaths in killing per day.  The Law enforcing agencies and related Govt. departments should be more responsible so that percentage of killing May be brought down to zero level. To institutionalize the democracy and to build human rights based society the rule of law and order must be established everywhere. Through enforcing rule of law only such violation against human rights can be minimized.

6179 persons died by corona virus in July 2021 according to official estimates

It appears from documentation division of BHRC:

Number of people’s total killed July 2021 ——————————————– 234

  1. Killed due to social discrepancy——————————————————— 05
  2. killing by family violence —————————————————————- 11
  3. Political Killing —————————————————————————- 03
  4. Mysterious death————————————————————————— 30
  5. Women & Chilled killed due to rape ————————————————— 04

 

Killed by several accidents:

  1. Killed by road accident—————————————————————— 147
  2. Suicide ———————————————————————————— 07

 

Besides victims of torture:

  1. Rape ——————————————————————————————– 22
  2. Sexual harassment ————————————————————————— 02
  3. Torture for Dowry —————————————————————————- 03

  

 

 

BHRC Human Rights Report on June- 2021

1875 people died of Covid-19 in June 2021
Total 229 person killing & death in June 2021

 

The documentation section of Bangladesh Human Rights Commission (BHRC) and International Human Rights Commission-IHRC jointly furnished this human rights survey report on the basis of daily newspapers and information received from its district, sub-district and municipal branches. BHRC survey found a total of 229 deaths in the killings. According to official figures, 1875 people died of the Covid-19 in all over the country. In June 2021, there were an average of 63 Covid-19 deaths and 8 deaths in killing per day.  The Law enforcing agencies and related Govt. departments should be more responsible so that percentage of killing May be brought down to zero level. To institutionalize the democracy and to build human rights based society the rule of law and order must be established everywhere. Through enforcing rule of law only such violation against human rights can be minimized.

1875 persons died by corona virus in June 2021 according to official estimates

It appears from documentation division of BHRC:

Number of people’s total killed June, 2021 —————————————- 229

  1. Killed due to social discrepancy——————————————————— 10
  2. killing by family violence —————————————————————- 19
  3. Political Killing —————————————————————————- 04
  4. Killed by BSF —————————————————————————— 02
  5. Assassination ——————————————————————————- 02
  6. Mysterious death—————————————————————————- 40
  7. Women & Chilled killed due to rape —————————————————- 02

Killed by several accidents:

  1. Killed by road accident—————————————————————— 136
  2. Suicide ———————————————————————————— 12

 Besides victims of torture:

  1. Rape ——————————————————————————————– 24
  2. Sexual harassment ————————————————————————— 02

BHRC Human Rights Report on May- 2021

1169 people died of Covid-19 in May 2021
Total 240 person killing & death in May 2021

 

The documentation section of Bangladesh Human Rights Commission (BHRC) and International Human Rights Commission-IHRC jointly furnished this human rights survey report on the basis of daily newspapers and information received from its district, sub-district and municipal branches. BHRC survey found a total of 240 deaths in the killings. According to official figures, 1169 people died of the Covid-19 in all over the country. In May 2021, there were an average of 38 Covid-19 deaths and 8 deaths in killing per day.  The Law enforcing agencies and related Govt. departments should be more responsible so that percentage of killing May be brought down to zero level. To institutionalize the democracy and to build human rights based society the rule of law and order must be established everywhere. Through enforcing rule of law only such violation against human rights can be minimized.

  1. 2420 persons died by corona virus in April 2021 according to official estimates

It appears from documentation division of BHRC:

Number of people’s total killed May, 2021 —————————————- 240

  1. Killing for dowry ————————————————————————- 01
  2. Killed due to social discrepancy——————————————————— 08
  3. killing by family violence ————————————————————— 12
  4. Political Killing ————————————————————————— 04
  5. Killed by Law enforcing members —————————————————— 02
  6. Abduction ———————————————————————————- 02
  7. Assassination——————————————————————————– 04
  8. Mysterious death—————————————————————————- 29
  9. Women & Chilled killed due to rape —————————————————- 02

Killed by several accidents:

  1. Killed by road accident—————————————————————— 172
  2. Suicide ———————————————————————————— 04

 Besides victims of torture:

  1. Rape ——————————————————————————————– 17
  2. Torture for Dowry ————————————————————————— 01

BHRC Human Rights Report on April- 2021

2024 people died of Covid-19 in April 2021
Total 324 person killing & death in April 2021

 

The documentation section of Bangladesh Human Rights Commission (BHRC) and International Human Rights Commission-IHRC jointly furnished this human rights survey report on the basis of daily newspapers and information received from its district, sub-district and municipal branches. BHRC survey found a total of 324 deaths in the killings. According to official figures, 2420 people died of the Covid-19 in all over the country. In April 2021, there were an average of 80 Covid-19 deaths and 11 deaths in killing per day.  The Law enforcing agencies and related Govt. departments should be more responsible so that percentage of killing May be brought down to zero level. To institutionalize the democracy and to build human rights based society the rule of law and order must be established everywhere. Through enforcing rule of law only such violation against human rights can be minimized. It appears from documentation division of BHRC:

Number of people’s total killed April, 2021 —————————————- 324

  1. 2420 persons died by corona virus in April 2021 according to official estimates
  2. Killing for dowry ————————————————————————- 01
  3. killing by family violence ————————————————————— 24
  4. Killed due to social discrepancy——————————————————— 07
  5. Political Killing ————————————————————————— 07
  6. Killed by Law enforcing members —————————————————— 08
  7. Killed by BSF —————————————————————————— 01
  8. Abduction ———————————————————————————- 03
  9. Assassination——————————————————————————– 04
  10. Mysterious death—————————————————————————- 52
  11. Killed by acid throwing —————————————————————— 01

Killed by several accidents:

  1. Killed by road accident—————————————————————— 179
  2. Suicide ———————————————————————————— 10

 Besides victims of torture:

  1. Rape ——————————————————————————————– 26
  2. Torture for Dowry ————————————————————————— 01

 

BHRC Human Rights Report on March- 2021

637 people died of Covid-19 in March 2021
Total 97 person killed in March 2021

 

The documentation section of Bangladesh Human Rights Commission (BHRC) and International Human Rights Commission-IHRC jointly furnished this human rights survey report on the basis of daily newspapers and information received from its district, sub-district and municipal branches. BHRC survey found a total of 97 deaths in the killings. According to official figures, 637 people died of the Covid-19 in all over the country. It proves that the law and order situation is not satisfactory. Bangladesh Human Rights Commissions extremely anxious about this situation. In March 2021, there were an average of 21 Covid-19 deaths and 3 deaths in killing per day.  The Law enforcing agencies and related Govt. departments should be more responsible so that percentage of killing May be brought down to zero level. To institutionalize the democracy and to build human rights based society the rule of law and order must be established everywhere. Through enforcing rule of law only such violation against human rights can be minimized. It appears from documentation division of BHRC:

Number of people’s total killed March, 2021 —————————————- 97

  1. 637 persons died by corona virus in March 2021 according to official estimates
  2. killing by family violence ————————————————————— 13
  3. Killed due to social discrepancy——————————————————— 03
  4. Political Killing ————————————————————————— 05
  5. Killed by Law enforcing members —————————————————— 06
  6. Killed by BSF —————————————————————————— 03
  7. Killed due to doctor negligence ——————————————————– 02
  8. Abduction ———————————————————————————- 05
  9. Assassination——————————————————————————- 05
  10. Mysterious death—————————————————————————- 42
  11. Killed by acid throwing —————————————————————— 01

Killed by several accidents:

  1. Killed by road accident—————————————————————— 258
  2. Suicide ————————————————————————————- 12

Besides victims of torture:

Rape  ——————————————————————————————– 13

 

BHRC Human Rights Report on February- 2021

276 people died of Covid-19 in February 2021
Total 136 person killed in February 2021

 

The documentation section of Bangladesh Human Rights Commission (BHRC) and International Human Rights Commission-IHRC jointly furnished this human rights survey report on the basis of daily newspapers and information received from its district, sub-district and municipal branches. BHRC survey found a total of 136 deaths in the killings. According to official figures, 276 people died of the Covid-19 in all over the country. It proves that the law and order situation is not satisfactory. Bangladesh Human Rights Commissions extremely anxious about this situation. In February 2021, there were an average of 10 Covid-19 deaths and 5 deaths in killing per day.  The Law enforcing agencies and related Govt. departments should be more responsible so that percentage of killing May be brought down to zero level. To institutionalize the democracy and to build human rights based society the rule of law and order must be established everywhere. Through enforcing rule of law only such violation against human rights can be minimized. It appears from documentation division of BHRC:

Number of people’s total killed February, 2021 ———————————— 136

  1. Coronavirus died in February 2021, according to official estimates ————– 276
  2. killing by family violence ————————————————————— 25
  3. Killed due to social discrepancy——————————————————— 11
  4. Political Killing ————————————————————————— 08
  5. Killed by Law enforcing authority —————————————————— 05
  6. Killed by BSF —————————————————————————— 03
  7. Abduction ———————————————————————————- 03
  8. Assassination——————————————————————————- 06
  9. Mysterious death—————————————————————————- 65
  10. Women & Chilled killed due to rape —————————————————- 01

Killed by several accidents:

  1. Killed by road accident—————————————————————— 198
  2. Suicide ————————————————————————————- 9

 Besides victims of torture:

Rape  ——————————————————————————————– 17

Sexual Harassment  ————————————————————————— 02

 

BHRC Human Rights Report on January- 2021

568 people died of Covid-19 in January 2021
Total 260 person killed in January 2021

 

The documentation section of Bangladesh Human Rights Commission (BHRC) and International Human Rights Commission-IHRC jointly furnished this human rights survey report on the basis of daily newspapers and information received from its district, sub-district and municipal branches. BHRC survey found a total of 260 deaths in the killings. According to official figures, 568 people died of the Covid-19 in all over the country. It proves that the law and order situation is not satisfactory. Bangladesh Human Rights Commissions extremely anxious about this situation. In January 2021, there were an average of 18 Covid-19 deaths and 8 deaths in killing per day.  The Law enforcing agencies and related Govt. departments should be more responsible so that percentage of killing May be brought down to zero level. To institutionalize the democracy and to build human rights based society the rule of law and order must be established everywhere. Through enforcing rule of law only such violation against human rights can be minimized. It appears from documentation division of BHRC:

Number of people’s total killed January, 2021 —————————————- 260

  1. Coronavirus died in January 2021, according to official estimates —————568
  2. killing by family violence —————————————————————- 20
  3. Killed due to social discrepancy——————————————————— 08
  4. Political Killing —————————————————————————- 07
  5. Killed by Law enforcing authority —————————————————— 02
  6. Killed by BSF —————————————————————————— 02
  7. Abduction ———————————————————————————- 02
  8. Assassination——————————————————————————- 03
  9. Mysterious death—————————————————————————- 49
  10. Women & Chilled killed due to rape —————————————————- 03

Killed by several accidents:

  1. Killed by road accident—————————————————————— 163
  2. Suicide ————————————————————————————- 14

 Besides victims of torture:

Rape  ——————————————————————————————– 31

Sexual Harassment  ————————————————————————— 03

Torture for Dowry  —————————————————————————  02

Managers of Global Peace and Justice, a Swedish-based international organization, announced the nominees for the World Justice and Peace Award. International Secretary General of the International Human Rights Commission-IHRC and Founder and Secretary General of the Bangladesh Human Rights Commission-BHRC Dr. Saiful I. Dildar was nominated for this award. The decision was made to award the World Justice and Peace Award for outstanding contribution to the establishment of human rights, justice and peace worldwide. The award was officially announced on September 9, 2020 at a simple ceremony in Stockholm, the capital of Sweden. Dr. Saiful I. Dildar has been working together for the last 40 years to establish human rights, justice and peace in Bangladesh and abroad through IHRC and BHRC.
On the occasion of World Human Rights Day on 10 December 2020, the International Human Rights Commission-IHRC Bangladesh Chapter organized a colorful rally from the central Shaheed Minar in Dhaka. The rally was led by IHRC International Secretary General Dr. Saiful I. Dildar.