Category Archives: Press Statement

Tension in the Hill Tracts Area

ASK expresses grave concern over the clash that erupted between the hill-tribes and Bengali settlers over a trivial matter in Khagrachari. ASK believes that vested interested groups have worked for…

Ensure Accessibility of Supreme Court Building to Persons with Disability

Lawyers and Human Rights Activists sent letter to the Chief Justice 7 January 2010 Individual lawyers, human rights activists and representatives of human rights and legal aid organizations appealed to…

ASK demands to ensure laborer safety in Ship-breaking Industry

On Wednesday 30 December 2009, ten workers were injured being pressed under the iron plate at Sitakunda ship yard. Before that, on 26 December 2009, four were killed and at…

Strong condemn and protest of ASK against the statement of Home Minister about crossfire

ASK strongly protests and condemns the Home Minister’s comment on crossfire in the orientation program of Milestone College. We learned from the newspaper reports that the Home Minister has said…

ASK Concerned Over the Attack on the Journalist of Amar Desh

Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK) is deeply concerned over the incident of terrorist attack on M. Abdullah, the special correspondent of daily Amar Desh. On 17 December, in Daily Amar…

ASK Concerned Over the Attack on the Journalist of Amar Desh

Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK) is deeply concerned over the incident of terrorist attack on M. Abdullah, the special correspondent of daily Amar Desh. On 17 December, in Daily Amar…

ASK hails the Suo Moto rule of the High Court questioning ‘Crossfire’

Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK) appreciates the High Court’s suo moto rule asking why the death of two brothers in Madaripur due to crossfire with RAB will not be termed…

ASK Concerned over Tongi labor unrest

Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK) expresses deep concern over the labor unrest and the consequent unfortunate events that happened at Tongi due to the sudden closure of Nippon Garments. We…

Journalist tortured at the hands of RAB

ASK protests Police’s refusal to record case ASK expresses deep concern over the refusal to record the case of journalist F.M Masum who was the victim of torture at the…

BDR Mutiny Trial

ASK demands to follow recognised legal procedure The Law Minister has informed that the trial of the BDR mutiny will start soon. Six special tribunals will be set in six…