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13 March, 2018 00:00 00 AM
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War crimes trial

Verdict on 4 Noakhali ‘Razakars’ today

UNB

The International Crimes Tribunal (ICT) will deliver its judgment today on the trial of four men for their alleged involvement in crimes against humanity committed during the 1971 Liberation War in Sudharampur upazila of Noakhali district, reports UNB. A three-member ICT bench led by Justice Md Shahinur Islam on Monday fixed the date, said prosecutor Jahid Imam. The four accused are Amir Ahmed alias Amir Ali, Abul Kalam alias AKM Mansur, Md Joynul Abedin and Abdul Kuddus. Of them, Abul Kalam alias AKM Mansur has been on the run.

Earlier on February 6, the tribunal concluded the hearing of arguments from both sides on the trial of four men for their alleged involvement in crimes against humanity conducted during the Liberation War in 1971 in Noakhali's Sudharampur upazila and kept the verdict pending for any day.

The prosecution pressed charges against five people, including the four in the war crimes case. As another accused of the case, M Yusuf, died after the pressing of the charges, the deceased was not indicted.

On June 20, 2016, the tribunal framed three specific charges against four people for their alleged involvement in crimes.

The investigators started the probe against the five suspected war criminals on November 16, 2014 and submitted a report before the prosecution on August 31, 2015. Three charges include killing of over 100 people, including 41 of Sonapur and Sreepur villages, in Sudarampur upazila on June 15 in 1971.

 

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