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Thursday, 31 December 2015

Passing for Bangladesh blogger executioners

Two understudies have been sentenced to death in Bangladesh for the murdering of a nonbeliever blogger there in 2013.

Six others were indicted contribution in the homicide of Ahmed Rajib Haider, who was hacked to death as he was returning home from a rally in the capital, Dhaka.

A five-year sentence was given to the head of Ansarullah Bangla, the gathering associated with completing the assault.

Five more common bloggers and essayists were executed in Bangladesh in 2015.

The court said that one of the understudies sentenced to death, Faisal canister Nayeem, assaulted Haider with a meat knife before the casualty's home.

The other was attempted and sentenced in absentia.

Haider was among a gathering of bloggers who had required the execution of Islamist pioneers for wrongdoings submitted in the 1971 war.

The blogger's dad, Mohammad Nazim Uddin, said he was troubled that just two men were given capital punishment.

"I'm not content with the decision. I dismiss this decision. Five of them admitted their contribution in the murdering. Be that as it may, just two were given capital punishment. How is it conceivable?", he said.

There have been a few conflicts lately in the middle of Islamists and supporters of the mainstream Awami League.


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