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It cannot be tolerated

It cannot be tolerated

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday said the BNP-Jamaat alliance had indulged in a dirty game to fully destroy the country, and sought cooperation of all to stop this criminalisation. "When we are moving the country ahead, evil efforts are there to push it towards destruction, and this can never be tolerated," she said while addressing a programme at Osmani Memorial Auditorium. It cannot be tolerated that people will pay the price or be killed for someone's political wrong decision or personal failure, she added. Before addressing the function, the PM handed...

DEATH for Subhan

DEATH for Subhan

“We fail to understand how the accused Subhan being a Bengali Muslim actively aided, abetted and facilitated the commission of such crimes with extreme cruelty against the non combatant civilians of his own locality. Did it match to humanity?” – Justice Obaidul Hassan.   He was too cruel to pay heed to the cries of...

BNP-Jamaat indulged in destruction spree: PM

BNP-Jamaat indulged in destruction spree: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, today, sought cooperation of the country's conscious people to free the nation from the BNP-Jamaat criminalisation, saying that this evil force has been indulging in a spree of destruction "Bangladesh has been advancing towards economic prosperity and has been placed in the seat of dignity on the world stage. But...

Gallows for Subhan

Gallows for Subhan

A tribunal in Dhaka today handed death penalty to Jamaat-e-Islami leader Abdus Subhan on three charges for committing crimes against humanity during the Liberation War in 1971. The 79-year-old Jamaat nayeb-e-ameer was also sentenced to imprisonment until death on two charges and five years’ imprisonment for another. 6 out of 9 charges were proved Court awarded...

2 ‘Jamaat men’ killed in Jessore ‘shootout’

2 ‘Jamaat men’ killed in Jessore ‘shootout’

Two activists of Jamaat-e-Islam were killed in a “shootout” with police in Manirampur upazila of Jessore early today. The law enforcers recovered 12 petrol and nine hand bombs, a shutter gun and two bullets from their possession, reports our Benapole correspondent. The deceased were Saidur Rahman Sayed, 34, son of Abdur Rahman from Dumuria upazila...

SC releases full verdict of Kamaruzzaman

SC releases full verdict of Kamaruzzaman

The Supreme Court today released the full verdict upholding the death penalty for Jamaat-e-Islami leader Muhammad Kamaruzzaman in a war crimes case. Earlier in the day, all the four SC judges, who had delivered the verdict on November 3 last year by a majority decision, signed the 577-page judgment. They judges are Chief Justice SK Sinha, Justice Md Abdul Wahhab Miah, Justice Hasan Foez Siddique and Justice AHM Shamsuddin Choudhury Manik. The government can now start process for executing Kamaruzzaman as the Supreme Court released the full judgment upholding his death penalty, Attorney General Mahbubey Alam said after the release of the verdict. There is no legal bar for the government to fix...

Defence claims ‘legal and factual mistakes' in verdict

Defence claims ‘legal and factual mistakes' in verdict

International Crimes Tribunal-2 has made “legal and factual mistakes" in the verdict that awarded death penalty to Jamaat-e-Islami leader Abdus Subhan in a war crimes case, a defence lawyer has claimed. “We will bring the mistakes to notice when we will appeal for the verdict with the higher court,” defence lawyer Shishir Manir told...

Gonojagoron Mancha happy over Subhan verdict

Gonojagoron Mancha happy over Subhan verdict

The Gonojagoron Mancha expressed happiness with the death penalty awarded to Jamaat-e-Islami leader Abdus Subhan by International Crimes Tribunal-2 for his war crimes, said its spokesperson Imran H Sarker. “We are happy with the verdict as it meets our expectations,” Imran told reporters after the verdict was pronounced, private television channel Somoy TV reports. The...

PM seeks cooperation of all in stopping violence

PM seeks cooperation of all in stopping violence

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today sought all-out cooperation from all, including the pro-liberation forces, in rooting out militancy, terrorism and destructive activities from the country. "In some cases, common people came forward to catch and hand over anarchists to the law-enforcement agencies…we’ve seen that already... I also want it from all people to act...

Two BNP, Shibir men killed in 'cop, BGB firing'

A BNP leader was killed in a “shootout” with police in Magura yesterday, while an Islami Chhatra Shibir man died from the bullet wounds he had suffered during a joint force raid in Dinajpur. Of the dead, Moshiur Rahman, 40, was organising secretary of Chhoighoria ward BNP in Magura. The other one, Motiar Rahman, was president of Shibir's Nashratpur union unit in Dinajpur. Moshiur's son Kazi Nayon Hossain told The Daily Star last night that locals had seen police chase his...

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