UN Secretary-General’s representative remarks on Al Jazeera report, in light of inquiry

The United Nations knows about the revealing done by Al Jazeera examinations concerning claims of defilement against senior authorities in Bangladesh and the public statement gave by the Ministry of Defense in Bangladesh, Stéphane Dujarric, representative for the Secretary-General, said in light of an inquiry during an instructions on Thursday. 

"The charges of debasement [are] a genuine matter that ought to be examined by the important specialists," he said. 

"Bangladesh is the biggest patron of formally dressed work force to UN peacekeeping activities. The sending of such staff is according to explicit prerequisites from the UN that are reflected in concurrences with Bangladesh for every peacekeeping activity that they add to," representative for the UN Secretary-General said. 

"The UN has not distinguished in any of these arrangements a prerequisite for the capacity given by the activity of electronic hardware in the nature depicted by Al Jazeera in its narrative, and such gear has not been sent with Bangladeshi contingents in UN peacekeeping tasks," he added. 

"We have needed in one peacekeeping activity, in accordance with the significant UN insight peacekeeping strategy, the ability to catch specific sorts of interchanges as a measure to improve the security of UN faculty in circumstances where security conditions warrant its utilization. This ability is utilized carefully as per UN Peacekeeping‑Intelligence Policy and under the operational authority of the Force Commander," Dujarric said.