| The Genocide of the Chittagong Hill Tracts perpetrated by the Bangladesh Government
| Wednesday, March 07, 2018
|NO DO GOODERS want to talk about this and the World turns a blind eye to their plight! Forcible conversion is considered as a state sponsored method of assimilation.
Al-Rabita, a Saudi government funded NGO, is the main Islamic missionary organisation active in the region, backed by the Bangladesh army, it is entrusted with the Islamisation of the region. The Jammat-i-Islam, an Islamic fundamentalist party works actively with the Bangladesh army in the CHT.
The number of mosques and madrashas(Islamic schools) are rapidly increasing in the area. Apart from proselytisation, there have been religious persecution in the form of violation and destruction of religious places of the indigenous people by the Bangladesh army. In 1986, within a period of eight months 54 Buddhist temples have been destroyed and 22 Hindu temples were burnt down by the Bangladesh army.
Since 1980 there have been 13 major instances of massacre of the indigenous people by the Muslim settlers and the Bangladesh military personnel. These are:
Kaukhali-Kalampati Massacre, 25 March 1980 - Bangladesh Army and Muslim settlers gunned down 300 indigenous people.
Banraibari-Beltali-Belchari Massacre, 26 June 1981: - Muslim settlers under the protection of Bangladesh Army, murdered hundreds of indigenous people.
Telafang-Ashalong-Tabalchari Massacre, 19 September 1981: - Bangladesh Army and Muslim settlers invaded the indigenous villages of Feni valley and murdered hundreds of indigenous people.
Golakpatimachara-Machyachara-Tarabanchari Massacre, June-August 1983: - Bangladesh Army and Muslim settlers executed months long campaign against the indigenous villages and murdered 800 indigenous people.
Bhusanchara Massacre, 31 May 1984 - the massacre was carried out jointly by the 26 Bengal Regiment of Bangladesh Army and Muslim settlers. At least 400 indigenous people were killed. Many women were gang raped and later shot dead.
Panchari Massacre, 1 May 1986 - Bangladesh army slaughtered hundreds of indigenous people (actual number not known). More than 80,000 indigenous people fled across the border to India.
Matiranga Massacre, May 1986 - Bangladesh Army gunned down at least 70 indigenous people in reprisal to fighting with the Shanti Bahini.
Comillatilla, Taindong Massacre, 18-19 May 1986 -the Bangladesh Rifles (a paramilitary force) intercepted 200 indigenous people while fleeing across the border to India and opened fired on them.
Hirarchar, Sarbotali, Khagrachari, Pablakhali Massacres, 8,9,10 August, 1988 - Bangladesh Army and Muslim settlers killed hundreds of indigenous people and gang raped indigenous women.
Langadu Massacre, 4 May 1989 - Muslim settlers murdered 40 indigenous people, dead bodies never recovered.
Malya Massacre, 2 February 1992 - Muslim settlers murdered another 30 indigenous people.
Logang Massacre, 10 April 1992 - Bangladesh army and Muslim settlers massacred 400 indigenous people
Naniachar Massacre, 17 November 1993 - Bangladesh army and Muslim settlers massacred about 100 indigenous people.
Read it all here.........
|posted by Major D Swami (Retired) @ 9:03 PM