Recently, the Deputy Commissioner took charge of raising an abandoned girl. In fact, he has a noble heart. He has his own daughter. We hope the child in your family is doing well and will have the opportunity to grow. Many thanked the Deputy Commissioner for the letter. He definitely did a decent job. Most of the document was written online by the Deputy Commissioner. This is what was released everywhere. In fact, the district judge granted him custody of the child, according to an official request from the Deputy Commissioner. Adoption is no longer a problem.
Since there is no provision in the Bangladeshi law regarding the adoption of a child, the Family Law can take responsibility for the child as guardian through the Family Law of the Year. However, after an order was issued by the Supreme Court of Bangladesh, the adoption of the law is legal only in the case of Hindu sons and daughters. And followers of Christianity in Bangladesh can only take custody. The guardianship was formally granted by the court. If more than one person challenges the guardianship, the court will consider the best interests and welfare of the child, while granting the guardianship to whom it deems appropriate.
Many others said that the request for guardianship had been considered in the debate, but the court took self-government at its discretion. Who could be a better applicant than a district official in a district city? This is a different context. When abolishing the adoption system and continuing the guardianship law, it is important to know if children are becoming more vulnerable. Whatever name we adopt, father, etc.
I am an adoptive father. Part of the agricultural and social production system in rural Bengal is the livestock leakage problem. In most cases, this arrangement is called take lessons. The animal that allows livestock to escape creates conditions, the man escaping is a little financially weak. In the case of a human child, the opposite (without special fields) is the opposite. He who escapes fixing everything. Ghost of the Child: The Future. Fleeing parents first want to erase the child’s past. A newborn’s past means the identity of at least one of her biological mothers.
It is the child’s right to know. The “biological father” of the child cannot be kept confidential. If you want to know when you get older, you must tell him the correct information. The Ministry of Social Welfare has some responsibilities for protecting the unclaimed child. It is the responsibility of the branch concerned with the administration (the police) to locate the child, his parents or the relatives of the child who left him. No one had heard of such a strong outcome in the case of the child being discussed. Whether there is legal protection or not, the demand to raise children increases day after day.
We actually take a human baby to raise a child.
Explain the reason for this a few years ago, Mahboubuddin Ahmed, professor of sociology at Dhaka University, said that the reason for adopting a child in modern society is a psychological and emotional cause. People consider adopting a child if they cannot have a child between the ages of thirty and forty. According to her, “Many women cannot imagine because of the physical effects of problems that are directly affected by the problems of industrial society. The effects of prolonged deliveries, food mixed with chemicals and cervical cancer are increasing for several reasons.
As a result, the issue of adoption in Bangladesh is increasing day by day.” This means there is a developed escape market. The adoption of the legal shadow of guardianship continues to meet the needs of this market. Only the child lost his right. Because, through the legal process, there is a trusteeship ruling, but in the inheritance of the child, the guardian parent does not receive any property. The law does not allow you to claim it. Bangabandhu found a solution to this issue once the country was released. He wholeheartedly believed that all children had the right to a family or a home. Millions of people died prematurely during the War of Independence and the indiscriminate massacre of the Pakistani occupation forces. As a result, the number of orphans is very high.
Bangabandhu addressed the issue of protecting these children and children from war. Upon returning home from prisons in Pakistan, he passed a special law in 2002. This law approved the adoption of orphans and abandoned children. Under this special law, many lucky children get the environment and family to live and develop with the rights of a real child. Unfortunately, General Irshad issued a decree to repeal the law after the seizure of state power in 122. His excuse was to stop trafficking or converting children. That instruction is still issued today. Until the adoption law was repealed in 2002, many of the abandoned children were adopted under the law. Adoption in many countries of the world now means formal qualification as a natural child.
As a result of a guidance decree which stipulates that no child in Bangladesh may be adopted, no foreign citizen can be the guardian of any child in Bangladesh. In addition, Bangladesh has not signed the requirement to adopt children, even though it is a signatory to the International Convention on the Rights of the Child. As a result, after the adoptive parents die, there are many cases of adoptive children who are taken from their homes with a cloth. Shahnaz Hoda, Professor of Law at Dhaka University, has been working for a long time. According to him, “This is a big problem.” If their relatives come and deprive the child of property after the adoptive parents have died, they will have nothing to do legally. He discovered and discovered that the problem of property rights is emerging.
Whether donated or donated, many families face problems due to this heritage. Private Law 12 was in favor of children. I hope that Mujib has something new to protect the rights of these children in a hundred years. Perhaps on the 21st, the Legal Committee recommended the adoption of a separate adoption law. It was learned that the government was considering a rule. Nashima Begum, who is the acting secretary of the Ministry of Social Welfare at the time (now chair of the Human Rights Committee). He then said that they would set these rules currently in light of the care or alternative care policies under the Child Law. He said: “We think it would be better if a child grew up in a family in a family from a child’s residence. So we are thinking of simplifying things.” Was anything done after that? Legal measures are necessary. Measures to ensure that children grow up and deserve. Note: Those who flee the child must protect their privacy for the child’s well-being. Posting a child’s photos, taking selfies with them on Facebook, or other things can be harmful to her future.