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Chief Prosecutor vs Sakhawat, Bilal and others [Tribunal verdict]

International Crimes Tribunal-1 (ICT-1)

2016


ICT-BD [ICT-1] Case No.04 OF 2015

Abstract

Sentence of death awarded to convict accused Md. Sakhawat Hossain as above will be executed, the other sentence of death and sentence of imprisonment awarded to him as above would naturally get merged into the sentence of death executed. Since the convicted accused persons, namely (1) Md. Ibrahim Hossain alias Ghungur Ibrahim (2) Sheikh Mohammad Mujibur Rahman alias Mujibur Rahman (3) Md. A. Aziz Sardar son of late Ful Miah Sardar (4) Abdul Aziz Sardar son of late Ahmmad Sardar (5) Kazi Ohidul Islam alias Kazi Ohidus Salam, and (6) Md. Abdul Khaleque Morol have been absconding, the sentence of imprisonment awarded to them as above shall be executed after causing their arrest or when they surrender before the Tribunal, whichever is earlier. The convicts are at liberty to prefer appeal before the Appellate Division of the Supreme court of Bangladesh against their conviction and sentence within 30[thirty] days of the date of order of conviction and sentence as per provisions of section 21 of the International Crimes (Tribunals) Act, 1973. The convicts accused Md. Sakhawat Hossain and Md. Billal Hossain Biswas be sent to the prison with conviction warrants accordingly.

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Entry Type : Case Law, ICT-BD Judgments and Orders
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Upload date : Wednesday, 10 August 2016

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