CORPSE ARROUND To die or not to die
Utpal Dutta, Editorial Assistant, The New York Times, Bangladesh National Section :
This year from January to June 2018, a total of 562 dead bodies were recovered from different areas of the country. The score might thrust a blow while one came to know and reached the implications of the incidences. The detail has been sprouted from the study conducted and documented from the recent study of Human Research Support Society, HRSS.
The Study also shows that among total 396 bodies were found male, 200 were male while 38 ill-fated were unidentified.
In Bangladesh among other reasons worsening of law and order situation, unidentified dead bodies are frequently found in a scattered way here and there all over the country.
“Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person.” describes Article 32 of the Constitution of Bangladesh.
Each and every one choose to live life blissfully and with dignity. It’s the basic instinct of human being let alone what Human Rights interpret. Although human rights asserts the issue right to live as a principle while define it within a consistent moral and legal framework.
The right to live life is universally admitted as primary or fundamental human right. A human being has the right to live is grounded on the acceptance that it is a moral principle.
Since security or safety is the topmost measure, it is then most significant to ensure that a human being, in particular, should not be killed by another human being. Security of life is the most important right of all human beings. Everyone has the right to preserve life, within the space of liberty, and security.
A system formed by the International Human Rights Standards for Law Enforcement recognise that International human rights law (IHRL) is mandatory for all State actors and further state that State actors must know and be capable of applying international standards for human rights.
The right to life is for the most part an absolute right granted to every human on the planet. Regrettably, evolution of certain undesirable situations leads State actors to take sweeping action, which ends up by civilians being killed by law enforcement agents.
Offences to the right to life come from number of directions that varies. Nonetheless, inadequate execution of safety laws and regulations together with indiscriminate action by the law enforcement agency, LEA consequently results in sunless surroundings, argue the human rights defenders.