The Enemy Property Act: When Government Becomes the Robber

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Chandan Sarkar

The enemy property act and the vested property act were the historical black law for the captured the Hindus property and deprived the Hindus community of Bangladesh. In 1965 the law was established to the form of Pakistan and intentionally divided the Muslim and Hindus in the name of Islam. The Pakistani Ruler- the Muslim were Majority and to deprived the Hindus the introduced this Act. It is really unfortunate still today for Hindus deprived for this Act. Hindus deprived culturally, socially in every aspect Prof Abul Barkat said  27 lac acre lands of Hindus the 12 lacs land were affected by this illegal. The local influential person’s terrorists forcefully captured the Hindu lands and properties by the helped of state law, almost 60 lacks Hindu people affected by this Pakistani act.

Not only Socially and economically loss but also forcefully leave their mother land to India, forcefully conversion, genocide, physical and mental tortured, untrust raise due to increase fundamentalism. It brings powerless, physical health down, mental tortured, poverty and handicraft violation of equality, socialism and social justice freedom for Hindus in the long run,

Followers of Buddhism have faced a similar fate. The study of Abul Barkat highlights that In Chittagong Hill tracts which include three districts Rangamati, Bandarban and Khagrachhari, 22 % Buddhist people have been driven out of their households. Their traditional social ownership of land has come down from 83 % in 1978 to 41 % in 2009 thus essentially making them landless. Looking at this tremendous land grab figure it is not at all surprising that when almost half the Hindu population is deprived of their property, they are forced to migrate out of Bangladesh.

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