Shamsuddin Ahmed: The people of the society are becoming intolerant, cruel and barbaric without knowing it.
Shamsuddin Ahmed : I was talking on Wednesday about the demand for the death penalty for rape, the country’s renowned lawyer. With Shahdin Malik. He says that the French philosopher Mantis Q 300 years ago said that a society can be understood as democratic or undemocratic or civilized or barbaric, depending on the type of punishment in the criminal laws of that society. Three-quarters of the world’s countries do not have the death penalty. Many countries are abolishing the death penalty. Some are not giving the death penalty even if there is a law. Even in neighboring India, the death rate is very low.
At present there are more than eighteen hundred people on death row in condom cells in our country. Which ranks third or fourth in the world in terms of the number of people sentenced to death. Currently, the top five countries with the highest number of executions are: China, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Actually talking. Not only is the government becoming undemocratic due to lack of good governance and rule of law, the people of the society are also becoming intolerant, cruel and barbaric without their knowledge. I have no comment here. From Facebook