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Many houses torched in Rangamati

Attack made after Jubo League leader killing; many indigenous families flee home; section 144 imposed Bangalee settlers unleashed a series of arson attacks on the Chakma community in Rangamati’s Longadu yesterday over the death of a local Jubo League leader, police and victims said. Indigenous people said over 200 homes and shops were vandalised and […]

Protesters torch Buddhist temples, homes in Bangladesh

COX’S BAZAR, Bangladesh: Hundreds of Muslims in Bangladesh burned at least four Buddhist temples and 15 homes of Buddhists on Sunday after complaining that a Buddhist man had insulted Islam, police and residents said. Members of the Buddhist minority in the Cox’s Bazar area in the southeast of the country said unidentified people were bent […]

Buddhist temples, homes burned, looted in Ramu

Sun, Sep 30th, 2012 4:26 am BdST Cox’s Bazaar, Sept 30 (bdnews24.com)—A mob torched and vandalised a village of Buddhists in Cox’s Bazaar’s Ramu Upazila early on Sunday in one of the worst religious attacks in Bangladesh apparently triggered by a Facebook posting allegedly defaming the Quran.

Indigenous Jumma people in US demands UN intervention in Chittagong hill tracts, Bangladesh

Indian Confederation of Indigenous Tribal People condemns attack on tribals in Bangladesh

KOKRAJHAR: The Indian Confederation of Indigenous Tribal People (ICITP) has vehemently condemned the systematic attack on the indigenous Jumma tribes in Bangladesh’s Rangamati district and urged upon the Bangladesh government to diffuse the tension immediately. ICITP (North East Zone) president Jebra Ram Mashahary said the recent violence in Bangladesh’s Rangamati district wounded over 30 people […]

Communal attack in Rangamati leaving numerous Jumma men and women wounded, office and rest house of CHTRC vandalised and Jumma shops and houses damaged

Bengali settlers conducted communal attacks upon indigenous Jumma peoples in Rangamati on 22 September 2012. At least 40 Jumma students, 1 government physician, 12 Union Parishad chairmen, 2 college teachers and 5 Bengali students received wounds while severe damage was brought to the office and rest house of the CHT Regional Council, shops and houses […]

Rangamati grenade attack injures 15

RANGAMATI: At least 15 people were injured in a grenade attack in Kalyanpur Petrol Pump area of the district on Sunday afternoon. Of the injured seven were sent to Chittagong Medical College Hospital in critical condition. The identity of the injured could not be known but all are students of Kaptai Polytechnic Institute, said president […]

Bomb attack on Indigenous Students in Rangamati

injured student at the hospital. photo: Kiron Chakma More than 15 activists of Pahari Chatra Parishad (PCP), including a girl, were severely injured in a bloody bomb attack in Rangamati Hill Districts today (Sunday), at around 4 pm local time.

A minor indigenous Jumma girl allegedly killed after rape in Longadu in CHT, 10 May 2012

On 9 May 2012 a minor indigenous Jumma girl named Ms Sujata Chakma (11 years), daughter of late Mr. Jyotish Chandra Chakma and Ms. Mongala Devi Chakma of Ultachari mouza area of Atarakchara union under Longadu upazila in Rangamati hill district was allegedly killed after rape by a Bengali settler. The victim was a student […]

Logang Massacre – two decades on- Justice !!!???

Massacres in the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh

Violence against indigenous Jumma women by Bengali settlers continues in CHT

Violence against indigenous Jumma women, such as, rape, killing and kidnapping etc. are being reported regularly in Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT). The biggest concern in rape and other violence against indigenous women in CHT is the lack of access to justice and absolute impunity that perpetrators enjoy. From January 2007 to February 2012, at least 51 incidents […]

An indigenous woman allegedly assaulted, raped and looted by Bengali settlers in Longadu

On 28 April 2012 at about 3:30 pm an indigenous woman named Ms. Alpana Chakma alias Kalabi (45) wife of Kaladhan Chakma of village- Jarulchara of Gulshakhali union under Longadu upazila in Rangamati district was allegedly assaulted, looted and raped by Bengali settlers. The victim was seriously wounded and admitted to Rabeta hospital in Longadu […]

Arson attack and physical assault on a Rakhaine family by Bengali land grabbers in Cox’s Bazar

On 5 March 2012 at around 2.00 am a group of Bengali land grabbers led by Shafiul Alam (35), Mahabub Alam (32) and Abu Taleb (28) (all are son of late Nur Ahammad) of Gorokghata Bazaar area of Moheskhali municipality set fire to the house of an indigenous Rakhaine family of Thakurtola Rakhaine Para of […]

US Ambassador to Bangladesh Dan W Mozena for CHT Peace Treaty implementation

US Ambassador to Bangladesh Dan W Mozena categorically said it is possible to solve the existing problems of the Chittagong Hill Tracts through implementing Hill Tracts Peace Treaty-1997.

GHRD joined Bangladeshi diaspora, human rights and social-religious organisations in a demonstration at the UK Parliament in London on the 29th of February.

GHRD joined Bangladeshi diaspora, human rights and social-religious organisations in a demonstration at the UK Parliament in London on the 29th of February. The protest, calling for the protection of minorities in Bangladesh and the Chittagong Hill Tracts, was a response to the recent violence committed against Hindu communities in Hathazari, in Chittagong. Members of […]

Betar Bangla, UK based Bangla radio is going to broadcast live discussion on current CHT’s crisis and indigenous peoples issues of Bangladesh.

Betar Bangla, UK based Bangla radio is going to broadcast live discussion on current CHT’s crisis and indigenous peoples issues of Bangladesh.   This live discussion will be aired tomorrow 8th of August 2011 at 3 O’clok GMT, 3pm London time, 8pm Bangladesh time. Locally (within London) can be listened at 1503 medium wave within 10 kilometers. Jumma […]

Demo in front of Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London to protest against recent attacks on Jumma people in Ramgarh, Chittagong Hill Tracts

A peaceful demonstration was held this morning, 10th May 2011 in front of the Foreign & Commonwealth Office in London to protest against the recent attacks (17th April ) on indigenous villages in Ramgarh in the Chittagong Hill Tracts region of Bangladesh. During the attacks scores of houses of the indigenous Jumma people were burnt […]

CHT Commission’s letter to Sheikh Hasina, Prime Minister of Bangladesh on recent outbreak of arson and violent clash in CHT

Renewed violence in the CHT and the need for implementation of the CHT Accord. CHT commission letter to Sheikh Hasina, Prime Minister of Bangladesh.