Yusuf Ali Talukder

Sex offender working as principal of private tutoring program

A convicted sex offender banned from working in public schools is tutoring children in a private classroom in Toronto.

Yusuf Ali Talukder, principal of the Dhaka Learning Centre, was sentenced to six months in jail in 2010 for sexually assaulting a female student under the age of 14.

He was found guilty of putting his hand inside the student’s bra, squeezing her breast on multiple occasions and rubbing the zipper of her pants during class, according to the court decision.

Talukder, 52, pleaded not guilty, and in an interview last week he told the Star he was innocent.

No comment.

h/t JEH

  • eMan14

    If he was convicted. Why isn’t he being deported?

    • I assume he was granted citizenship.

      • mobuyus

        That really shouldn’t matter you can buy Canadian citizenship in the markets and bazars of the middle east. And if these turds can gain citizenship it’s not worth that much anyways.

  • Exile1981

    he looks like an extra from planet of the apes.

    • Justin St.Denis

      That “simian allure” so common among the Middle-Eastern hirsute set i.e. men. Those hairy backs really get the ladies hot, too, I would bet! 😉

      Add to the mix their tendency to over-use cologne which clashes with their body chemistry, or the popular “Essence de Hairy Armpit” which I perceive so frequently when in downtown Toronto shops. The islamic simian set also have a distinct sense of style – too-small Blazers wrapped around their fat abdomens, cheap white dress shirts, pointy shoes, ugly scarves. Well, I guess it’s a “look”; it just happens be a really cheesy look. Oh well, not my prob…….

      • Exile1981

        heh, back hair as long as it’s not a full pelt can be useful in the summer sun as it helps prevent burning. Of course I blame my back hair on my Italian heritage and while it can be acceptable in a man my sister curses it among women. Thankfully the daughters didn’t get that gene from me.

        • Justin St.Denis

          Back hair is why God gave us electrolysis. Not that I ever had a back hair problem…

          I did have a “hairy ears” problem when I was much younger. “Wolf ears” is what my wife called my condition. I hated it.

          A mere $8,000 in electrolysis treatments over five years, and the problem was finally over. My ears have been “fur-free” for over 20 years now. ButI still have lots of “before” pics which frequently require an explanation to new friends. 😉

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        I had a Lebanese boss who routinely sweated through his suit jacket in an air conditioned banquet hall.

  • mobuyus

    Unrepentant it is the fault of the kids and Canada that he groped a teenagers breast, a normal thing where he comes from. It’s are laws that are wrong don’t you see. Why can’t our spies secretly assassinate enemies of Canada while in Canada. I am getting tired of being told there is nothing we can do about the enemies in our midst and to just get used to it.

  • ntt1

    under shariah law he is innocent, he knows he did it ,he just holds shariah law above Canadian law. deport him.

  • Justin St.Denis

    Also, precisely who currently employs him? And whose kids is he teaching?

    When my kids were younger, we looked into a certain very well-known “learning centre” franchise operation in the GTA and elsewhere Canada. Of the seven locations in the GTA, my wife discovered convicted felons working at/for every one of them, including one rapist and one wife-abuser. All had valid teaching credentials of one sort or another, as the franchise operation is famous for claiming. We ended up tightening our belts and sending the kids to very traditional, private boys’ schools. Our daughter attended a former residential convent school currently operating as a private academy and staffed by nuns. I kid you not. All our kids turned out cisgendered heterosexual over-achievers. I know – not very inclusive of us, was it? But that is just how things turned out, maybe because my wife and I are not batshit crazy.

    • Exile1981

      I thank god every day that my wife isn’t crazy. We’ve decided to go home schooling for the kids next year.

      • Justin St.Denis

        Congratulations! there are enormous networks of parents out there with resources, experience etc that you can draw upon. BTW, I know of several experienced, seasoned educators with the credentials necessary to teach in Ontario,but who simply refuse to. Two consult on a permanent basis with homeschooling parent networks. These are people who feel a vocational calling (old-fashioned, I know!) to the teaching profession, completely unlike the leeches who suck at the public tax teat here in Ontario.

        • Exile1981

          We have a relative who left teaching for similar reasons, she lives close to us and has offered to help out. Now to be honest with 4 kids the plan is that next year the oldest starts homeschooling and each year after another one of them also starts so it’s a 4 year plan, that way they each get a few years of social activities and meeting other kids. If the new NDP provincial gov’t bring in a bunch of changes that time table could be significantly sped up.

          • Justin St.Denis

            Take her up on her offer! And, your schedule will likely have to be accelerated in light of the NDP “meddling” on the horizon. Trust me on this – never leave your own child alone in a school when the NDP are in government. Schools are exceedingly dangerous places for children when actual meddling fascists like the NDP get their hands on government controls. My sister in Alberta has five grandchildren. All live in Calgary. The kids are wrapping up what is likely their last year in the public school system. They are all over 12. My sister, a biological sciences researcher by profession, recently retired and will have a big hand in homeschooling them all. I am so proud of her for this. She figures the eldest will wrap up four years of high school studies in two, and will likely be attending university by the time he is 16. I’ll bet she pulls this off. Sis does not play around when shit gets serious, she delivers!

    • It’s his business evidently.

    • Maggat

      Good for you, you both took the right path.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Adam Carolla says that the guy who wants to take the kids in the church group or community centre camping is precisely the wrong guy to allow to take them.
      He says you want to draft the guy who thinks it’s a huge pain in the ass because he would rather be in the garage working on his antique car.

      • Justin St.Denis

        Adam Carolla is both very funny and very intelligent. How is his movie coming along, do you know? I think the title was going to be “Road Hard”. Do you know anything about that?

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          He’s made it.
          I’ve gotten over my Carolla infatuation.
          Four years of podcasts on my hard drive until a few months ago.
          Now, I am captivated by The Amazing Colossal Podcast by Gilbert Gottfried.
          I fucking love him!

  • JoKeR

    You mean Kathleen Wynne hasn’t appointed him as the Deputy Minister of Education yet?

    • Justin St.Denis

      It’s still early in the day.

    • David Murrell


  • Martin B

    “The independent tutorial centre, which primarily caters to Toronto’s Bengali community, offers after-school tutoring to children as young as 6”

    That’s Aisha’s age when she was married off to the pedoprophet.

    I dread to think what would have happened to this girl back in Dhaka, probably stoned to death by now.

    • Justin St.Denis

      Martin, you nailed it.

  • The Butterfly

    His diversity is contributing to our grand multicultural mosaic.

  • AugustJDouglas

    ….All time hit the blazingcatfur Find Here

  • Ron MacDonald

    Usually when someone is convicted of that type of sexual offense involving children they are prohibited from being around children, he may have breached his release or parole conditions.

  • Yusuf_Al_Kafir

    ‘“Probation is over, but always for my own safety, I always keep the adult person in the room. I am always alert, always alert.”’

    A convicted sex offender who thinks the adult chaperone is in the room is for HIS safety.

    That is beyond rich.

    Kudos to The Star for exposing this p.o.s.

    They don’t get many things right, but, this story is a story that needs to be told.

    Rubbing his knuckles on the young girl’s pants zipper?
    Sooooo creepy.

    • tom_billesley

      A kiddie-fiddler in a classrom? It’s a matter of time.
      The adult chaperone he chooses could be an unconvicted paedophile.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        They should throw the kiddie-fiddler off the roof.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      No, they are not exposing him.
      They are defending him.
      Not realizing how tone deaf they are.

  • Ron MacDonald

    Here’s a copy of the decision, as per paragraph 5 he is in breach of his parole conditions.

    • tom_billesley

      Yep, but those man-made laws don’t apply to mahometans.

  • Ron MacDonald

    I think he is in breach of h s parole conditions, under section 161 of the Criminal Code (Canada) he was prohibited from doing the following for a period of ten years:

    Seeking, obtaining or continuing any employment, whether or
    not the employment is renumerated or becoming or being a volunteer in a
    capacity, that involves being in a position of trust or authority towards
    persons under the age of sixteen years.

  • Edubeat

    For a moment there I thought he was seconded to the PeelDSB public relations office. My mistake I’m sure