Total Pageviews

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Recommendations of some eminent persons on resolving Bangali- Jumma ethnic crisis

Recommendations of some eminent persons on resolving Bangali- Jumma ethnic crisis, recurs every now and then, after the last Sunday’s Ramgarh-Guimara communal attacks.

Shomoy Tv, Dhaka, 19 April, 11.30pm
Rashed Khan Menon, MP:
- To make the Land Commission functional and resettle the settlers in some other areas.

Prof. Sadeka Halim, Dept of Social Science, University of Dhaka:

- The refugee (udvastu) problem has to be resolved. Expected result will not be achieved if any initiative is undertaken in violation of the land-management that has been cited in the CHT accord.

Justice (retired) Khademul Islam, Land Commission Chairman:

- The arrangement that we have undertaken for the resolution of land disputes is now closed. We have to sit in the commission and have to start the tasks. And, at the same time the land survey has to be conducted.

ATN, 7pm news bulletin, 20 April, 2011
Raja Devasish Roy, Chakma Circle Chief:
(CIRDAP Auditorium, Dhaka on ''Constitution Ammendmend: Recongnition of Adivasi Peoples'', organized by Kapeng Foundation and ILO.)

- The Govt has moved away from the implementation of the CHT accord. The government should ask the army, Border Guard Bangladesh and other agencies so that they abstain from their involvements on the CHT land issues.

No comments:

Post a Comment