Asian Center for Human Rights wonders why the suspension of the right to habeas corpus, the arrest of about 100,000 persons and killing of dozens of innocent persons and suspects in Bangladesh has not received wider international focus and condemnation. Since the Bangladesh army led Care-taker government took over power in Dhaka on 12 January 2007 following the failure of the political parties to reach agreement on the modalities for holding general elections, the Interim Care-taker Government rolled itself into the executive, legislative and judicial body of the country.

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