মাথানষ্টের পুত্র যখন উন্মাদ- তখন বিভিন্ন সংজ্ঞা যেমন হয়?

– একেএম ওয়াহিদুজ্জামান

পরীক্ষায় আসতে পারে- নীচের কথাটি কোন বাংলাদেশি রাজনীতিবিদ বলেছে?
“যখন কোন অপরাধী সাধারণত মাদকের প্রভাবে নিজেকে নিজে গুলি করে আত্মহত্যা করে (কখনো কখনো আত্মহত্যার আগে নিজের হাতগুলোতে নিজেই হ্যান্ডকাফ বেঁধে নেয়) তাকে বিচার বহির্ভূত হত্যাকাণ্ড বলে”।

Which Bangladesh politician said this: “An Extra-judicial Killing is when a criminal, often under the influence of drugs, shoots himself, (sometimes having handcuffed himself first)”?

সজিব ওয়াজেদ জয়ের অভিধান অনুসারে- বাংলাদেশে ‘গুম’ এর ঘটনাগুলো হচ্ছে, “বিচার ও দায়িত্ব এড়ানোর জন্য অপরাধীদের তৈরী করা কল্প-কাহিনী!”

According to Sajeeb Wazed Joy, “enforced disappearances” in Bangladesh are “fictitious attempts by accused criminals to avoid prosecution and accountability.”

বাংলাদেশের বিনাভোটের প্রধানমন্ত্রীর পুত্রের অভিধানে থাকা এমন সব আরো অভিনব সব সংজ্ঞা উপভোগ করুন:
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Sajeeb Wazed Joy’s dictionary of new political terms
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Sajeeb Wazed Joy, the son of Bangladesh’s prime minister has recently published not onebut two extraordinary articles which not only denies that the country’s law enforcement authorities are involved in enforced disappearances – the picking up, secretly detaining and often killing of men in Bangladesh – but also that the police investigate every single one of these disappearances and found no evidence of state involvement.

In fact, not only is there overwhelming eye-witness evidence that law enforcement and intelligence agencies including Rapid Action Battallion, the Detective Branch of the Police and DGFI are involved in picking these men up (over 400 since the government came to power) and that in some of these cases, but also new evidence that the prime minister herself – Sajeeb’s mother – has personally authorised some disappearances including that of one person whose whereabouts, 20 months after his pick-up, remains unknown. Moreover, far from the investigating disappearances, the Bangladesh police don’t even allow most families to report them. To read a response to Joy’s articles see here.

In his articles, Joy defines “enforced disappearances” as

“fictitious attempts by accused criminals to avoid prosecution and accountability.”

Bangladesh Politico has now got its hands on a few pages from Joy’s new dictionary of Bangladesh political terminology – and we can for the first time publish some more definitions.

  • Awami League – the only legitimate political party in Bangladesh;
  • Caretaker government – a mechanism of ensuring more fair elections in Bangladesh which had to be stopped as it risked allowing the election of a party other than the Awami League;
  • Corruption – thievery, larceny and kleptocracy solely conducted by the opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party and other parties that support it;
  • Democracy – When elections results in the victory of a party led by Sheikh Hasina;
  • Election Commission – a group of trustworthy and incorruptible administrators who say and do exactly what the Awami League asks it to say and do;
  • Extra-judicial killing – when a criminal, often under the influence of drugs, shoots himself, (sometimes having handcuffed himself first);
  • Freedom of Speech – freedom to speak about the greatness of the Awami League, its current leader and her family members;
  • Freedom of Assembly – a freedom that prevents members of the opposition parties from congregating and speaking against the Awami League;
  • International Crimes Tribunal – a process which complies with all standards of a fair trial, other than the ones that could allow the accused to properly defend themselves;
  • ISIS – a group that exists in every country other than Bangladesh;
  • Police investigation – an inquiry which results in a finding that a crime was committed by a leader, activist, member or supporter of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party and other opposition parties and concludes that no member of the governing party was involved;
  • Terrorism – any activity conducted primarily by the opposition political parties.
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