Jamat Islami Leader Abdul Qadir Mullah Hanged in Bangladesh

Abdul Qader Mullah has been hanged in Bangladesh for his involvement in war crimes during 1971 war of independence, international media reports confirmed.
The Bangladeshi Islamist convicted of crimes against humanity during the country’s 1971 war of independence, has lost his final appeal against death penalty and local reports have said he could be executed after sunset.
The Bangladesh Supreme Court threw out a last-minute petition asking for a review of the death penalty on the Jamaat-e-Islami party leader and said the ruling will pave the way for his hanging.
Mullah, whose conviction and initial sentence of life imprisonment in February had triggered violent street protests in Bangladesh that killed about 100 people, could die at the gallows any time now, probably after sunset, The Daily Star newspaper said

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