Human Rights Watch Report on BDR Trials

Has any member of the Government actually browse the recent Human  rights Watch report alleging custodial demise, torture and unfair trials following a Bangladesh Rifles mutiny. Human Rights Watch is usually respected for the standard of its research, but even it could make mistakes-and it usually is difficult to research and corroborate accusations of custodial pain. There is, as a result, nothing wrong that has a government contesting allegations created by the organization-but for any criticisms to have credibility the doctor has to actually engage using the substance of the particular report’s findings. The Asian Human Rights Commission desires all law producers of Bangladesh to adopt an active part from the passing of this law as soon as possible, thus providing individuals of the country the main benefit of a law likely very much eligible to.