Bangladesh: Closure of Kalpana Chakma investigation is the final nail in the coffin for justice
Amnesty International is dismayed by the Bangladeshi authorities’ failure to ensure justice for Kalpana Chakma’s family and to hold to account those suspected of criminal responsibility for her enforced disappearance. Kalpana Chakma, a prominent Indigenous rights activist, was abducted from her home in Rangmati, Chittagong, on 12 June 1996 and has not been seen since.
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