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Hasan Razakar verdict Tuesday

Update : 08 Jun 2015, 06:43 AM

The International Crime Tribunal (ICT) 1 has set Tuesday to pronounce judgment in the crimes against humanity case against fugitive Syed Hasan Ali of Kishoreganj.

Justice M Enaytur Rahim, chairman of the three member panel of ICT 1, set the date through a short order on Monday morning, reports BSS.

On April 20, the ICT 2 kept the verdict on CAV (Curia Advisary Vult, a Latin legal term meaning court await verdict), drawing an end to a nearly six months-long hearing of the case.

On November 11, 2014, the tribunal indicted Hasan, alias Hachen Ali.

The tribunal filed six charges against the alleged Razakar commander, including genocide, murder, abduction and torture.

The ICT 1 on September 15, 2014, through an order, initiated a trial against the fugitive Hasan, 65, in absentia and appointed advocate Abdus Shukur Khan to represent the accused before the court.

A total of 26 witnesses including Investigating Officer Hari Debnath testified against him before the tribunal.

Hasan is notoriously known as Razakar Daroga of the Tarail area of Kishoreganj.

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