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War crimes suspect held in Barisal

War crimes suspect held in Barisal

Detectives arrested a man in Barisal town today for his alleged crimes against humanity committed during the country’s Liberation War in 1971.  A team of Detective Branch (DB) of police arrested Md Forkan Mallik in Rupatoli bus stand area of the town around 9:00am, reports our Patuakhali correspondent quoting Jafrul Hasan, a sub-inspector of...

WAR CRIMES TRIAL

Nizami verdict postponed

Nizami verdict postponed

A special tribunal in Dhaka today postponed the pronouncement of verdict in a war crimes case against Jamaat-e-Islami Ameer Motiur Rahman Nizami due to his illness. The tribunal has decided to keep the case waiting for verdict again as it is not logical to pronounce the judgement in absence of Nizami, said Justice Enayetur Rahim, chairman of International Crimes Tribunal-1, which was scheduled to delivery the verdict today. Earlier in the morning, the jail authorities informed the tribunal’s registrar office through a letter that Nizami was sick, said AKM Nasiruddin Mahmud, registrar and spokesman for the international crimes tribunal. The chairman came up with the postponement order around 11:00am after the letter...

Verdict delayed ‘at Delhi’s instruction’

Verdict delayed ‘at Delhi’s instruction’

BNP senior leader ASM Hannan Shah today alleged that the verdict against Jamaat-e-Islami Ameer Motiur Rahman Nizami in war crimes trial has been deferred “at the instruction of New Delhi”. “Why the verdict was not announced today? Information available from Raw (Research and Analysis Wing--Indian Secret Service Agency) indicates that the verdict was deferred due to the upcoming visit of Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to Dhaka,” said the BNP standing committee member. The retired brigadier general added that Jamaat might have enforced hartal if verdict was announced and a conflicting situation could be created in the country, causing damage to the Sheikh Hasina government’ image. “That’s why the verdict was...

War crimes trial: Mobarak verdict any day

War crimes trial: Mobarak verdict any day

A tribunal in Dhaka today concluded hearing arguments in a war crimes case against former Razakar commander Mobarak Hossain and will deliver its verdict any day. The 64-year-old accused, now behind the bars, also served as the organising secretary of a union parishad unit of Awami League for 16 years till 2012. While serving as a Jamaat member during the Liberation War of 1971, he was involved in murder, abduction, confinement, torture and loot, according to the charges pressed against him. On completion of the arguments by both the sides today, the International Crimes Tribunal-1 kept Mobarak's verdict CAV (Curia Advisari Vult), meaning it will be delivered any day. Mobarak, as a commander...

Modi Profile

Protesters denounce Prothom Alo

Protesters denounce Prothom Alo

The members of an online group yesterday demonstrated in front of the office of the daily Prothom Alo in the capital, protesting a reference to the country's Liberation War in 1971 as the "India-Pakistan war" in an article published recently in the newspaper. Activists of the group known as "CP Gang" burnt copies of...

Protesters burn Prothom Alo

Protesters burn Prothom Alo

A group of people besieged daily Prothom Alo office in the capital today protesting an alleged distortion of the history of Liberation War in the biography of Narendra Modi.   On May 17, the Bangla newspaper published a profile of India’s newly elected prime minister Narendra Modi, titled ‘Tea-seller to Prime Minister’ – saying...

Jabbar charged with war crimes

Jabbar charged with war crimes

The prosecution yesterday submitted formal charges against former Jatiya Party lawmaker Abdul Jabbar for his alleged crimes against humanity committed during the Liberation War in 1971. Jabbar, as the chairman of Mathbaria Peace Committee, had “played a key role” in the formation of Razakar force there and “led it” to commit crimes during the war. Prosecutor Mohammad Zahid Imam submitted the charges to the registrar's office to place it before the International Crimes Tribunal-1. After submitting the formal charges, he told journalists that the prosecution had brought five charges for killing, mass killing, looting and forced conversion in 1971. According to one of the charges, Jabbar at an open meeting ordered the killing...

WAR CRIMES TRIAL

Arrest warrant for ex-JP MP Jabbar

Arrest warrant for ex-JP MP Jabbar

A tribunal in Dhaka today issued arrest warrant against former Jatiya Party lawmaker Abdul Jabbar for his alleged wartime offences committed during the Liberation War in 1971. Accepting five war crimes charges against Jabbar, the International Crimes Trubunal-1 led by its Chairman Justice M Enayetur Rahim passed the order and fixed June 2 as the next date of hearing. Jabbar, as the chairman of Mathbaria Peace Committee, had “played a key role” in the formation of Razakar force there and “led it” to commit crimes during the war. The prosecution has brought five charges for killing, mass killing, looting and forced conversion in 1971. According to one of the charges, Jabbar at an...

WAR CRIMES TRIAL

Mir Quasem verdict any day

Mir Quasem verdict any day

A special tribunal in Dhaka today concluded hearing arguments in war crimes case against Jamaat-e-Islami leader Mir Quasem Ali and may deliver its verdict any day. Quasem, 61, a member of Jamaat's executive council, is facing 14 charges for his alleged involvement in murder, torture, abduction, confinement of people and complicity committed during the...

Ex-Pak officer's tirade against war trial

Ex-Pak officer's tirade against war trial

Shaming Bangladesh’s ongoing war crimes trial, a former Pakistan military officer said the demand for trial of former members of Pakistan Army is being done on the direction of India. Retired colonel M Hanif came up with the theory in an article titled 'Sham trials in Bangladesh' published in the Pakistan Observer yesterday. He blamed...

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