From these instances it will be clear that the administration is not willing to take action; to take up the cases or arrest the perpetrators; rather they sided with the perpetrators.
Looking deep, we can understand that society also supports the perpetrators; they believe that if they can convert a Non-Muslim to Islam, all of them will go to Heaven!
31 on under section 341/302/201/379/34 of Bangladesh Penal code).
Police arrested Zafar Pramanik who confessed to the murder (Bangladesh Minority Watch & newspapers)Tithi Rani Sarkar, 19, was raped by her college Vice Principal, Assistant Professor of Bengali department of Shahid Abul Kashem College at Lalmonirhat district.
The religious minorities are losing their girls every day and there is no cure.
When such an atrocity happens in a village, the victim’s family can’t live there anymore because of the loss dignity, the shame, and the sheer fear that the next sibling may be lost in the same way.
Case number 02/2010 was registered against the perpetrator, but no arrests were made (Shika Rani Roy (15) a Hindu schoolgirl of Durgapur, Palashbari Upazila, Gaibandha district, kidnapped on and an FIR filed at Palashbari police station (case No.39 dated under section 7/30 of Women and Children Repression Act, 2003) against Mohammad Azam Meah, Mohammad Abdur Rahim Meah, Mohammad Abdul Mannan, and 4-5 unknown perpetrators (Bulbuli Rani, 14, a student of class VI, was gang raped at Sadullahpur Upazila, Gaibandha district on , by Mohammad Azahar, 35, and Md. a case was registered the same day under section 9(1)/30 of Women and Children Repression Act, but no arrests have yet been made (Shila Mullick went to the office of Superintendent of Police, Madaripur, to seek justice in connection with a case she had filed against some criminals - Rajoir P. but the tutor and two accomplishes locked the girl in a house in Dhaka and raped her repeatedly for six days and threatened to kill her.
On 10 June, she was thrown out on the street in an unconscious state.
Our recording of some cases of rape, abduction and persecution of minor girls in Bangladesh, through the year 2010, all religious minorities and that too mainly Hindu, reflect a pattern which may throw light on the root cause of the problem.
Most of the girls raped and abducted are minors; most will never be rescued; most will be converted to Islam forcibly; almost all will be lost forever.
The perpetrators intercepted by the private van in which she was travelling and took her to an unknown destination.