Security for the most vulnerable

Indigenous women suffer greatly as a result of continued discrimination

During the 1971 Liberation War, around 300,000 Bangladeshi women were raped, tortured, and murdered by the Pakistani occupation army with the support of Bihari and Razakar militias.
Though we now have an independent state, even after 45 years, the ever-increasing rate of rape is an alarming phenomenon, and depicts the diminishing value given to indigenous women in society.

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