Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh vs Abdul Quader Molla

Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh




Criminal Appeal No.24 of 2013 filed by the Government is found to be maintainable unanimouly. The appeal is allowed by majority. The order of acquittal passed by the International Crimes Tribunal No.2 in respect of charge No.4 is set aside by majority and the respondent is found guilty of the said charge as well. He is sentenced to imprisonment for life of that charge. He is sentenced to death by majority of 4:1 in respect of charge No.6. He be hanged till death. Criminal Appeal No.25 of 2013 filed by Abdul Quader Molla is dismissed unanimously. The conviction in respect of charge No.6 is maintained unanimously. The conviction and sentence passed in respect of charge Nos.1, 2, 3 and 5 are maintained by majority of 4:1.

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Upload date : Tuesday, 17 September 2013

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