3 people pronounced to death in Mymensingh for crimes against humanity

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Staff Correspondent: The International Criminal Tribunal has sentenced three to imprisonment to death , five to 20 years in prison and one off charges for crimes against humanity in Mymensingh.

Thursday (February 11) A three-member tribunal bench headed by Justice Shahinur Islam delivered the verdict.

The convicts sentenced to life imprisonment are Shamsuzzaman also known as Abul Kalam, AFM Faizullah, Md. Abdur Razzak Mandal. Among Faizullah and Abdur Razzak are fugitives.

Hailing from Sadhua village those of them with 20 years in prison are Khalilur Rahman Mir (72), Md. Raich Uddin Azadi alias Akkel Ali (64), Md. Abdullah (72), Sirajul Islam, Alim Uddin Khan. Among them Alim Uddin is a fugitive.

Abdul Latif has been acquitted in the case. On the stateside, Prosecutor Ziad Al Malum, Prosecutor Shahidur Rahman and Prosecutor Rezia Sultana Chaman. Advocate Abdus Sattar Palowan was in favor of the accused.

March 4, 2016, the tribunal preseneed charges against 11 people in Mymensingh on four charges. There were 11 accused in this case. Two people died during the trial.


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