Thursday, July 18, 2019 | ePaper

Probe body finalizes report against 11 Sunamganj war crimes accused

  • Print


The investigation agency of the International Crimes Tribunal (ICT) on Monday finalized its report on probe into the war crimes allegedly committed by 11 war crimes accused from Sunamganj.  Of the 11 accused, six have been arrested and currently are behind bars.  They are- Md Siddikur Rahman, 61, Mohammad Zubayer Monir, 62, Md Zakir Hossain, 62, Md Tota Miah Tailor, 81, Md Abdul Jalil, 71, and Md Abdur Rashid, 60.
The investigation agency declined to reveal the identities of the fugitive accused.
"We initiated the investigation on March 21, 2016, and finalized the report on Monday. The investigation officer has made 33 people witness in the case. The accused were involved with the crimes against humanity including genocide, murder, rape and arson," ICT probe body coordinator M Sanaul Huq said at a press briefing held at its Dhanmandi office yesterday.  The investigation agency official said they have prepared a 150-page report with four charges against the accused.
"We have brought charges against them for their role in killings of 34 including five Birongonas, setting fire to 30 houses, abducting 31 and torturing 14 people, among others," Huq added.

More News For this Category

Students of the city`s Motijheel Ideal School and College exulting over the brilliant results of the HSC examination. The snap was taken from the premises of the institution on Wednesday.

Students of the city`s Motijheel Ideal School and College exulting over the brilliant results of the HSC examination. The snap was taken from the premises of the institution on Wednesday.

.

BGB's role to protect country's border lauded

City Desk :Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal lauded the contribution of the members of the Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) to protect the country's border saying the important and great

Students of the city's Milestone College showing victory (V) sign on their good results in the HSC examination on the premises of their institution on Wednesday.

Students of the city's Milestone College showing victory (V) sign on their good results in the HSC examination on the premises of their institution on Wednesday.

.

Helpline open to monitor disaster situation

BSS, Dhaka :The National Disaster Response Coordination Centre (NDRCC) remains open 24/7 to monitor the disaster situations.  Persons having queries regarding disasters are requested to call, fax or mail

Today’s Events

City Desk :SeminarA seminar on "Mrinal Sen's Calcutta and the Idea of Lumpen" will be held at Lecture Theatre of Dhaka University at 3:30 pm.Press confceFamily members of missing

10.45 lakh get maternal, lactating mother allowances

BSS, Dhaka :Ten lakh forty-five thousand beneficiaries are getting maternal and lactating mother allowances from the Women and Child Affairs Ministry."The government increased the number of beneficiaries from 9.5

AL has ability to face conspiracies of BNP-Jamaat

BSS, Dhaka :Awami League Acting General Secretary Mahbubul Alam Hanif said his party has the ability to face any type of conspiracy of BNP and Jamaat."Awami League is now

Milestone College achieves brilliant results in HSC exam

City Desk :Milestone College in the city has achieved brilliant results in the HSC examination under Dhaka Education Board. This year a total of 2211 students (Bangla Medium and

Teachers and students of the city's Viqarunnisa Noon School and College rejoicing on  the brilliant results of HSC examination. The snap was taken from the premises of the institution on Wednesday.

Teachers and students of the city's Viqarunnisa Noon School and College rejoicing on the brilliant results of HSC examination. The snap was taken from the premises of the institution on Wednesday.

.

ORGANIsATION SNIPPETs

City Desk :Pashe Darao Protibandhi Kalyan SamityA discussion on 'Our Role for the Welfare of Disabled' organised by Pashe Darao Protibandhi Kalyan Samity was held in Bangladesh Shishu Kalyan