Two High Court judges concerned signs its verdict that upheld the death penalty of 15 persons for abducting and killing seven people in Narayanganj in 2014.
The High Court yesterday upheld the death penalty of 15 convicted persons, including three former Rab officials and expelled Awami League leader Nur Hossain, for their involvement in conspiracy, abduction and killing of seven Narayanganj men in 2014.
The High Court upholds death for 15 convicts while commuting the penalty of 11 others – all of whom were sentenced to death by lower court in the sensational Narayanganj seven-murder cases.
The High Court today deferred to August 22 the delivery of its verdict on the death references and appeals in the sensational Narayanganj seven-murder cases.
Seventy-year-old Shah Jamal grew up on the bank of the Shitalakkhya witnessing countless events centring on the river. A ragpicker,
Attorney General Mahbubey Alam tells the High Court that the incident of killing the seven people including Narayanganj City Corporation councillor Nazrul Islam and senior lawyer Chandan Sarker was a pre-planned murder.
The families of the sensational seven-murder victims in Narayanganj have been living in fear of attacks by prime accused Nur Hossain's men since he was brought back from India five months ago.
The High Court has rejected a plea filed by sacked Rab official Lt Col (retd) Tareque Sayeed Mohammad for scrapping the trial against him in Narayanganj seven-murder case.
A judge of a High Court bench feels embarrassed to hear a petition of sacked Rab official Lt Col (retd) Tareque Sayeed Mohammad seeking scrapping of the proceedings of his trial in the Narayanganj seven-murder case.