Verdict against 5 Gaibandha Razakars tomorrow

DHAKA The International Crimes Tribunal (ICT)-1

today set tomorrow to pronounce judgement in crimes against humanity case

against five alleged Razakars from Gaibandha.

The five accused are � Md Ranju Miah, Md Abdul Jabbar Mondol, Md

Jachijar Rahman alias Khoka, Md Abdul Wahed Mondol and Md Montaz Ali Bepari.

Of the five, only Ronju is behind bars and all other accused were tried in

absentia.

Justice Md Shahinur Islam, chairman of the three-member panel of the

ICT-1, passed the short order this morning.

The ICT-1 on July 21 kept the judgement on CAV, curia advisari vult (a

Latin legal term meaning the court awaits judgement), as the hearing in the

case was concluded on that day.

The first tribunal on May 17, 2018, framed four charges of crimes

against humanity against the accused including abduction, confinement,

torture and murder.

All the accused were supporters of Jamaat-e-Islami and later joined

Razakar Bahini as the war began in 1971.

Source: Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS)

Verdict against 5 Gaibandha Razakars tomorrow

DHAKA The International Crimes Tribunal (ICT)-1

today set tomorrow to pronounce judgement in crimes against humanity case

against five alleged Razakars from Gaibandha.

The five accused are � Md Ranju Miah, Md Abdul Jabbar Mondol, Md

Jachijar Rahman alias Khoka, Md Abdul Wahed Mondol and Md Montaz Ali Bepari.

Of the five, only Ronju is behind bars and all other accused were tried in

absentia.

Justice Md Shahinur Islam, chairman of the three-member panel of the

ICT-1, passed the short order this morning.

The ICT-1 on July 21 kept the judgement on CAV, curia advisari vult (a

Latin legal term meaning the court awaits judgement), as the hearing in the

case was concluded on that day.

The first tribunal on May 17, 2018, framed four charges of crimes

against humanity against the accused including abduction, confinement,

torture and murder.

All the accused were supporters of Jamaat-e-Islami and later joined

Razakar Bahini as the war began in 1971.

Source: Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS)