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  1. #131
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    Man sentenced to death, his brother to life in prison over Narail murder

    A Narail court has sentenced a man to death and another to life in prison over the 2019 murder of Rezaul Molla.

    Both of them were present in court to hear District Sessions Judge Munshi Md Moshiar Rahman deliver the verdict on Sunday, said state counsel Emdadul Islam Emdad.

    Basir Ali Molla received the death penalty, while his brother Kamal Molla was sentenced to life in prison. The court also fined them Tk 50,000 each.

    Citing the case docket, Emdadul said the convicts used to harass the aunt of Rezaul Molla after her husband died.

    On Jun 26, 2019, the convicts entered the home of Babuls son Rezaul in the Sadar Upazilas Shimulia Village and attempted to kidnap her.

    When Rezaul tried to stop them, the offenders hacked at him with sharp tools and injured him severely.

    Rezaul was initially taken to Narail Sadar Hospital for treatment and was later shifted to Khulna Medical College Hospital where he succumbed to his injuries, Emdadul said citing the case files.

    Babul Molla, Rezauls father, filed a case over his sons murder at Narail Sadar Police Station.

    (source: bdnews24.com)
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    War criminal Kaiser passes away

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    Syed Mohammad Kaiser, a death row convict of crimes against humanity, has died while undergoing treatment.

    He passed away at Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) on Friday (11 February) morning.

    Public Prosecutor Syed Haider Ali confirmed the news to media citing Kaiser's younger brother, Foysal.

    "The body has been sent to Dhaka Medical College Hospital for autopsy. He [Kaiser] will be buried at the family graveyard at Karenoapara in Madhabpur upazila of Habiganj," said the prosecutor.

    Kaiser, a former Jatiya Patry lawmaker and state minister, was sentenced to death by International Crimes Tribunal on 23 December 2014.

    On 14 January 2020, the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court upheld the death sentence handed down by the tribunal.

    On 29 October of the same year, lawyer Tanvir Al Amin applied to the relevant branch of the Supreme Court for a review of Kaiser's acquittal from capital punishment.

    Charges of murder, rape and abduction against Kaiser were proven in the International Crimes Court.

    In 1971, then Muslim League leader Kaiser formed "Kaiser Bahini" leading 500 to 600 men in collaboration with the Pakistani Army.

    On 16 December 1971, just before the Pakistani forces surrendered, Kaiser fled to London. He returned in 1975 after the assassination of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and his family.

    In 1978, he became active in politics again and the next year, Kaiser was elected as an independent candidate from Sylhet-17 constituency in the second general election.

    He later joined the BNP in his native home, Habiganj and eventually became the president of Habiganj BNP unit.

    During the reign of HM Ershad, Kaiser he joined Jatiya Party and was elected MP two times from Habiganj-4 constituency in 1986 and 1988. He was made state minister for agriculture at that time.

    https://www.tbsnews.net/bangladesh/w...es-away-369412
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    Two executed for killing freedom fighter Shafi Uddin after 19 years

    They were hanged at Cumilla Jail at 11:30 pm Tuesday

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    Two men, convicted for killing Chattogram Railway official and valiant freedom fighter Shafi Uddin in 2003, were executed at Cumilla Central Jail on Tuesday night, 19 years after the incident.

    Shipon Hawladar, son of late Younus Hawladar of Chattogram's Khulshi area, and Naimul Islam, son of late Edun Mia Sarkar of Lalkhan Bazar area, were hanged at 11.30 pm, Senior jail superintendent Shahjahan Ahmed told The Business Standard.

    Later, the bodies were handed over to their families after completing all the mandatory legal procedures, Shahjahan added.

    Expressing her satisfaction following the execution of the killers of her husband, Mahmuda Begum said, "I have been waiting for years for execution of court verdict over the murder. At last, I got the news of the killers' execution."

    On 14 June 2003, Shafi Uddin was shot dead by some miscreants – including Shipon and Naimul – at his residence in North Ambagan Railway Quarters of Khulshi in Chattogram.

    Mahmuda Begum, the wife of the victim, filed a murder case with Khulshi Police station against 13 people, including Shipon and Naimul.

    They were both followers of Awami League leader and former Pahartoli Ward councillor Mohammad Hossian Hiron.

    On 25 November 2004, the Chattogram Divisional Speedy Trial Tribunal sentenced Shipon and Naimul to death, and seven to life imprisonment.

    However, four other accused in the case – including Hiron and his son – were acquitted due to lack of evidence.

    Md Asadur Rahman, the jailer at Cumilla Central Jail, said, "Both accused had appealed to the appellate division against the death sentence. Later, the apex court upheld their death sentence, rejecting their appeal. On 16 December 2021, the letter of the Supreme Court verdict reached Cumilla jail. Then, their families filed pleas, seeking presidential mercy, but both were also rejected. Finally, the convicts were hanged on Tuesday night."

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    JMB militants condemned to death row for 2004 attack on secular writer

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    A Dhaka court convicted and condemned to death four suspected members of the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh militant group on Wednesday for attacking a prominent Bengali secular writer with machetes 18 years ago.

    In a bizarre case, the defendants were tried on murder charges although the writer, Humayun Azad, died of heart failure in Germany in August 2004, six months after extremists attacked him at a book fair in Dhaka.

    That incident foreshadowed the killing of a U.S.-Bangladeshi secular blogger, Avijit Roy, at the same book festival in February 2015 – a year when Muslim zealots in the South Asian nation terrorized secular Bengali writers by targeting them in a series of machete-killings.

    Two defendants, Mohammad Mizanur Rahman Minhaz and Anwarul Alam, were in court to hear that they would be sent to the gallows via death row, while two others, Nur Mohammad Shamim and Salehin Sani, have absconded. A fifth suspect, Hafez Mahmud, died in a gunfight with police, according to officials.

    “The prosecution was able to prove beyond doubt the charges brought against the accused. The most heinous crime committed by the accused is unforgivable. All of them are being sentenced to death as they deserve no mercy,” Dhaka Metropolitan Judge Al-Mamun ruled at the end of the trial. In addition to the sentence, he fined each defendant 50,000 taka (U.S. $580).

    The prosecutor welcomed the ruling.

    “The convicts are leaders at various levels of the JMB,” Abdullah Abu told BenarNews.

    “We are satisfied as the killers have been awarded capital punishment,” the prosecutor said while noting it took many years for the court to rule.

    On Feb. 27, 2004, militants attacked Azad, one of the most famous feminist, humanist and atheist writers in Bangladesh history, on the campus of Dhaka University where he taught Bengali literature. He was returning home from the annual, month-long Amar Ekushey Book Fair.

    On Aug. 12, 2004, he was found dead in Germany, where he had traveled on a scholarship. An attempted murder case filed by his brother, Manzur Kabir, after the attack in Dhaka, was elevated to a murder case after his death.

    “This verdict is unexpected. The judge pronounced it without carefully reviewing our submissions,” defense counsel Faruq Ahmed told BenarNews. “He died six months after the attack.”

    The defense team pointed to German media reports that an autopsy on Azad had found a natural cause of death.

    “The medical examination did not find anything unusual. The doctor found signs of death from cardiac arrest,” the Deutsche Welle news agency said in a report published on Aug. 19, 2004, quoting an official with the German police.

    The prosecutor challenged the defense’s argument.

    “He died due to the attack. It was proved in court. The verdict is delivered from testimonies of 41 witnesses,” Abdullah said.

    Survivors skip court

    None of Azad’s survivors were in court for the verdict. His brother, Manzur Kabir, expressed frustration over the investigation.

    “When they (investigators) excluded Jamaat-e-Islami leader Delwar Hossain Sayeedi from the charge sheet, we lost interest in it. Whatever might be there in the verdict, we are not so much interested in it,” he told BenarNews – adding that Azad had identified him as one of the attackers.

    “He (Sayeedi) might have proven not guilty in the court, but police excluded him from the charges. That is our main grievance,” Kabir said.

    Sayeedi, who was sentenced to death in 2013 for crimes against humanity during Bangladesh’s war for independence in 1971, condemned Azad for his works against fundamentalism.

    “The other killings of freethinkers might have been avoided had the verdict been pronounced earlier,” he said, referring to Roy who was hacked to death one day short of the 11th anniversary of Azad’s attack while attending the same book fair, and other writers and publishers.

    Local authorities blamed Ansarullah Bangla Team (ABT), a Bangladeshi militant group aligned with al-Qaeda, for a spate of killings secular writers in 2015 and 2016, including Roy.

    A poet and publisher said the verdict does not make Bangladesh safer for him and others involved in secular communications.

    “The fanatics involved in these ideological killings will never think about how many like them have been hanged. If they intend to kill me, they will kill me at a convenient time,” Rabin Ahsan told BenarNews.

    He said the delay in reaching a verdict allowed extremism to spread.

    “Day by day, we are getting worse. Humayun Azad said that everything would go to the ugly hands,” said Rabin, owner of Shravan Publications. “We are witnessing a more precarious position than he feared.”

    https://www.benarnews.org/english/ne...022160953.html
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    Ramna Batamul Carnage: Death row convict hides as Imam for 14 years

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    The Rapid Action Battalion claimed to have arrested a fugitive death row convict in the 2001 Ramna Batamul carnage case, who had changed his name and had been living in a remote char in Narsingdi as an Imam since 2008.

    The convict, Mufti Shafiqur Rahman alias Abdul Karim alias Shafiqul Islam, 61, was apprehended in a drive conducted by the members of RAB-2 in Bhairab upazila of Kishoreganj on Thursday.

    "During primary interrogation, the arrestee has admitted to his involvement in the Ramna Batamul bombing," Commander Khandaker Al Moin, director of RAB's legal and media wing, said at a press briefing at the RAB media centre on Friday.

    Shafiqur had taken the name Abdul Karim and even managed to collect an NID card with the new name to dodge the eyes of the law enforcers, said Moin.

    Mufti Shafiqur also confessed that he came in contact with Mufti Hannan, then head of the banned militant organisation Harkat-ul-Jihad, when he had gone to study at Yusuf Bin Nuri Madrasah in Karachi, Pakistan in 1987, the RAB official said.

    While on a subsequent trip to Afghanistan from Pakistan, he became involved with the militant group. After returning to Bangladesh, he formed the militant organisation Harkat-ul-Jihad (B).

    From 1990 to 1993, he served as the publicity secretary of the militant group and then he was the Amir of the group until 1996. He was a member of Harkat-ul-Jihad's Shura, executive body of the organisation, in 1997-2003.

    Shafiqur was involved in the 2001 Ramna Batamul bombing on Pahela Baishakh, the 21 August grenade attack in 2004, and killing of five people, including former finance minister Shah AMS Kibria, in Habiganj on 27 January 2005.

    From 2001 to 2008, after the attack on Ramna Batamul, he remained secretly associated with the organisation. After that, he stayed at a madrasa in Narsingdi from 2008 and later went into hiding.

    While in Narsingdi, Shafiqur was using the name Abdul Karim and used to work as an Imam at a local mosque for a salary of Tk5,000. He used to meet his family members at different locations.

    "Legal action against the arrestee is underway," said the RAB official.

    Mufti Shafiqur was also sentenced to life term imprisonment in a case filed after the 21 August grenade attack on a rally of the then opposition Awami League on Bangabandhu Avenue in Dhaka in 2004, said Commander Moin.

    Shafiqur stopped communicating with his family members and relatives after going into hiding in 2008 in Narsingdi. Before that, he had stayed at various places, Moin said, adding that he, however, occasionally met his son.

    "Shafiqur was not directly involved with the militant outfit in recent times but he used to preach misleading and inciting speeches in the name of religion in his locality," the RAB Commander said, adding that he was one of the planners in the Ramna Batamul blasts.

    Ten people were killed and dozens were injured after two bombs went off during the celebrations of Bangla New Year 1408 on 14 April 2001.

    In June 2014, a Dhaka court handed down the death penalty to eight militants of Harkat-ul-Jihad al Islami Bangladesh (Huji-B), including Mufti Shafiqur and its top leader Mufti Abdul Hannan, in the case.

    Six other militants of the banned outfit were sentenced to life in prison for their involvement in the blasts.

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