6 of my pet dogs been brutally poisoned. I am not getting justice from Bangladesh, What should i do?

6 of my pet dogs been brutally poisoned. I am not getting justice from Bangladesh, What should i do? Topic: How to write a letter for death of a family member
June 19, 2019 / By Connie
Question: From: Nadia Sikder. 211/2 Ulan, Rd. Rampura Dhaka- 1219. Bangladesh. Subject: Animal Brutality. Contact:01191352473, 01720194213. (bugged) Zavier Junior, 3months old pup was put to death by a crime committing syndicate known for their malice. It has been the 6th time they have allegedly poisoned my dogs in a row. Police arrived to the crime site taking preparation for an on-line GD that we composed (GD Num:1019. dtd:22/5/2010.) Commencing for an autopsy in the Animal Hospital transferring to ICDDR,B (police’s own words). Within 4 days report would be affirmed.... It was aired on T.V (Channel i) at 10:30pm.- A family of 3, making several GDs to the P.S was utterly useless for the Matabars in these hi-tech days has kept them in isolation from the society as an outcast trying to banish them from their own home ever since its contained by the clench of land grabbers, has done it again, besides poisoning their puppy. I am desperately awaiting for the doctors certificate but who am I to believe, whereas the viscera was never sent to ICDDR,B for analysis and the report was found to be distorted. Red Alert: This syndicate is insulated by Lt. Col. Rashidul Alom posted to RAB1 Uttara as Dir. Resolving all their crimes. I on behalf of Muttly, Amigo senior, Zavier Senior, and Zavier Junior, Sue he, and Amigo Junior(canines) with Tiny, Bravery and Georgie (felines). one that has a pure heart can seize the moment known as man’s best friend beseech your organizations assistance to come forward and prove there isanimal rights prevailing in such a territory were human rights are violated that truth and justice are just not to be dreamed of. Their death has shaken me uncontrollably to an irrecoverable loss. this write-up is in the capacity of a freelance human rights, animal rights, environmental activist. PS: Georgie died today at 7:00pm having sustained boiling hot marr (rice water) followed apparently by rat- poisoning. in this state of mind of am incapable of writing any further but I hope you have the heart to share my pain of in-defensibility.
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Berta Berta | 9 days ago
You may consider writing "Letter to the editor" of major daily newspapers. Since you have composed it in English, I would suggest you do some 'editing' to what you have narrated here for your safety and send the same as email to Remember to send the hardcopy by mail too and try to visit The Daily Star at 64-65, Kazi Nazrul Islam Avenue, Dhaka-1215 to impress upon the editor to send some of their investigative reporters and publish their own findings too. You have to ring them at 9102973, 9102974, 9102975, 9102976 and send a copy by Fax to 8125155, 8126154(News). There are other English dailies like New Age, The New Nation, The Daily Sun, The Independent and The Daily Financial Express The Bangladesh Today, The News Today etc where you can send the English version of your grievance and specifically ask for a remedial measure. If you can translate your msg in Bangla then you may consider sending to the following newspapers: Amader Shomoy, Bhorer Kagoj, Dainik Khabar, Dinkal, Daily Inqilab, Daily Naya Diganta, Jaijaidin, Janakantha, Jugantor, Manabzamin, Prothom Alo, Sangbad, Daily Ittefaq and The Daily Sangram to draw mass awareness as to how you and your family members are persecuted by the local hoodlums when the protectors are aligning themselves with the perpetrators. Hope above helps.
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I sympathize for you, but maybe you should stop keeping dogs as pets - it may be for the better, especially if you know they will be targeted.
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