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Nizami ,the master Mind to annihilate Bangladesh Intelligentsia Hanged! War Criminals not to be spared!Strike called!US continues to intervene as it could not stop freedom of Bangladesh! Back to back Bengal Election violence,more Violence ahead across the border!More Refugee influx! Meanwhile,The U.S. State Department said that while it supported justice being carried out for the 1971 atrocities, it was vital that the trials of those accused are free, fair and transparent and conducted in accordance with international agreements. #Shutdown JNU #Shut Down Jadavpur #ShutDown Universities # Bring Back Ramrajya under Manusmriti Law#Hang Democracy#Kill Constitution trending in India and we stand divided islands whereas democratic and secular and Left and Bahujan and Minorities stand together rock solid to ensure justice and equality in an Islamic Nation as we translate everything in Hindutva to make Hell losing for the common masses,workers ,taxpayers, women, students, youth, children, da

Nizami ,the master Mind to annihilate Bangladesh Intelligentsia Hanged!

War Criminals not to be spared!Strike called!US continues to intervene as it could not stop freedom of Bangladesh!

Back to back Bengal Election violence,more Violence ahead across the border!More Refugee influx!

Meanwhile,The U.S. State Department said that while it supported justice being carried out for the 1971 atrocities, it was vital that the trials of those accused are free, fair and transparent and conducted in accordance with international agreements.

#Shutdown JNU #Shut Down Jadavpur #ShutDown Universities # Bring Back Ramrajya under Manusmriti Law#Hang Democracy#Kill Constitution trending in India and we stand divided islands whereas democratic and secular and Left and Bahujan and Minorities stand together rock solid to ensure justice and equality in an Islamic Nation as we translate everything in Hindutva to make Hell losing for the common masses,workers ,taxpayers, women, students, youth, children, dalits,OBC, tribal people,minorities and refugees and the poor irrespective of their caste,religion and language to make India Hindu Nation Free Market.

Palash Biswas

O AMAAR SONAR BANGLA AAMI TOMAI BHALOBASI!


War criminal not be spared whatever may come! Motiur Rahman Nizami, the master Mind to annihilate Bangladesh Intelligentsia Hanged!


Nizami, 73, a former legislator and minister during opposition leader Khaleda Zia's last term as prime minister, was sentenced to death in 2014.He refused to seek mercy and hanged!


The execution comes as the Muslim-majority nation suffers a surge in militant violence in which atheist bloggers, academics, religious minorities and foreign aid workers have been killed. In April alone, five people, including a university teacher, two gay activists and a Hindu, were hacked to death by suspected Islamist militants.



Bangladesh Politics electrified all of a sudden! Strike called!US continues to intervene as it could not stop freedom of Bangladesh!Always to be the softest target ,the minorities in Bangladesh to face the blue from the sky!


Meanwhile,The U.S. State Department said that while it supported justice being carried out for the 1971 atrocities, it was vital that the trials of those accused are free, fair and transparent and conducted in accordance with international agreements.


"While we have seen limited progress in some cases, we still believe that further improvements to the ... process could ensure these proceedings meet domestic and international obligations," State Department spokeswoman Elizabeth Trudeau said in a statement. "Until these obligations can be consistently met, we have concerns about proceeding with executions."


It is the toughest time for the survival of Bangla  Nationalism across the border and it might be a greater diplomatic challenge for India.


Nizami ,the master Mind to annihilate Bangladeshi  Intelligentsia Hanged!Strike called!About three million people were killed, the government says, and thousands of women were raped during the 1971 war in which some factions, including the Jamaat-e-Islami, opposed the break from what was then called West Pakistan.The party denies that its leaders committed any atrocities.


Back to back Bengal Election violence,more Violence ahead across the border!More Refugee influx!Heads continue to  roll on streets who bore the mind for ethnic cleansing way back in 1971 and Bangladesh is determined  like steel to hang all those war criminals against humanity and we may not understand this struggle which we skip everyday as the war criminals against humanity have been elevated to the ivory towers of power in India!


However,Indian Home Minister,Raj Nath Singh promised citizenship for everyone who crossed border till 2914 to help Mamata Banerjee stop the Opposition alignment against the governance of fascism against its ULFA supporting political line in Assam which demands the everyone coming after 1948 must be deported.This contradictory stance perhaps would be the vital statics of Indian diplomacy to answer the latest crisis in Bangladesh where minorities have to bear the burns of Political turmoil and power politics as we witness in India daily.


#Shutdown JNU #Shut Down Jadavpur #ShutDown Universities # Bring Back Ramrajya under Manusmriti Law#Hang Democracy#Kill Constitution trending in India and we stand divided islands whereas democratic and secular and Left and Bahujan and Minorities stand together rock solid to ensure justice and equality in an Islamic Nation as we translate everything in Hindutva to make Hell losing for the common masses,workers ,taxpayers, women, students, youth, children, dalits,OBC, tribal people,minorities and refugees and the poor irrespective of their caste,religion and language to make India Hindu Nation Free Market.


Bangladesh hanged Islamist party leader Motiur Rahman Nizami on Wednesday for genocide and other crimes committed during the 1971 war of independence from Pakistan, the law minister said, risking an angry reaction from his supporters.Jamaat-e-Islami, which has said the charges against Nizami were baseless, called for a nationwide strike on Wednesday in protest. Calling Nizami a 'martyr', it said he was deprived of justice and made a victim of a political vendetta.




Nizami, head of the Jamaat-e-Islami party, was hanged at Dhaka Central jail just after midnight, Law Minister Anisul Haq told Reuters, after the Supreme Court rejected his final plea against a death sentence imposed by a special tribunal for genocide, rape and orchestrating the massacre of top intellectuals during the war.




International human rights groups say the tribunal's procedures fall short of international standards. The government denies the accusations.



International human rights groups say a climate of intolerance in Bangladeshi politics has both motivated and provided cover for perpetrators of crimes of religious hatred.


On ground zero, hundreds of people flooded the streets of the capital, Dhaka, to cheer the execution. "We have waited for this day for a long 45 years," said war veteran Akram Hossain. "Justice has finally been served."


But the war crimes tribunal set up by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in 2010 has sparked violence and drawn criticism from opposition politicians, including leaders of Jamaat-e-Islami, that it is victimising Hasina's political opponents.


Thousands of extra police and border guards were deployed in Dhaka and other major cities. Previous similar judgments and executions have triggered violence that killed around 200 people, mainly Jamaat activists and police.


Five opposition politicians, including four Jamaat-e-Islami leaders, have been executed since late 2013 after being convicted by the tribunal.


Media reports:

Country's top war criminal Motiur Rahman Nizami was finally hanged in the wee hours of Wednesday for the horrendous crimes he had committed against humanity during the Liberation War in 1971 to thwart Bangladesh's independence.

After long six years of trial, the 73-year-old Ameer of Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami was hanged in Dhaka Central Jail at 12:10am.

"Motiur Rahman Nizami was hanged at 12:10am for his crimes against humanity," said Senior Jail Super of Dhaka Central Jail Jahangir Kabir while talking to reporters at the jail gate around 12:30am.

Acting Inspector General (Prisons) Col Iqbal Hasan, Civil Surgeon Abdul Malek Mridha, deputy commissioner of Dhaka Mohammad Salauddin and Jail Jahangir Kabir were present during the execution.

Escorted by law enforcers, a hearse carrying the body of executed war criminal started for his village home at Manmathpur in Santhia upazila of Pabna around 1:31 am. He will be buried at his village graveyard.

Earlier, Nizami, the 1971 commander-in-chief of Al Badr, a secret killing squad of Jamaate-e-Islami, was given the final bath followed by an imam administering him 'tawba' (seeking pardon to the Almighty), an Islamic ritual, in line with the practice ahead of hanging.

Hours before the execution, family members of Nizami, who served as the Industries Minister during the 2001-2006 BNP tenure, were allowed to meet him inside the central jail.

With the latest execution, five war criminals have so far been executed, while two others — Jamaat leader Ghulam Azam and BNP leader Abdul Alim who had been sentenced to imprisonment unto death — died in jail.

Earlier, Jamaat leaders Abdul Quader Mollah, AHM Kamaruzzaman, Ali Ahsan Mohammad Mojaheed and BNP leader Salauddin Quader Chowdhury were executed as they had been awarded death penalty for their crimes against humanity in 1971.

Earlier, the full verdict of the Supreme Court rejecting the review petition of condemned war criminal Motiur Rahman Nizami was released on Monday. Later, a copy of the verdict reached the Dhaka Central Jail around 7:05 pm and it was read out to Nizami.

Nizami was shifted to the Dhaka Central Jail from Kashimpur Central Jail in Gazipur on Sunday night.

On May 5, the Appellate Division rejected the petition of Nizami seeking review of its earlier verdict upholding the death penalty awarded by the International Crimes Tribunal.

On March 15, the ICT issued a death warrant for Nizami for his crimes against humanity during the Liberation War in 1971 after the apex court released the full text of its verdict upholding his death penalty.

On January 6, a four-member bench of the Appellate Division, headed by the Chief Justice, upheld the death sentence of the Jamaat-e-Islami Ameer dismissing his appeal petition.

The Appellate Division upheld the ICT-1 order sentencing Nizami to death for the wartime crimes, including genocide and murder of intellectuals.

The apex court upheld his death penalty on three of the four counts, while he was acquitted in one.

The SC upheld his life term imprisonment on two charges, out of four in connection with the arrest, detention, torture, and murder of three people, including headmaster Maulana Kasim Uddin of Pabna Zila School on June 4, 1971, complicity in torture, murder and rape at Mohammadpur Physical Training Institute in Dhaka, and murder of Badi, Rumi Jewel and Azad at Old MP Hostel in Dhaka on August 30, 1971.

The Appellate Division acquitted the Jamaat leader on two other charges.

On October 29, 2014, the ICT-1 sentenced Nizami to death for committing crimes against humanity during the Liberation War.

Nizami filed an appeal with the SC on November 23, 2014 challenging the death sentence and claimed himself innocent while refuting all the charges.

On July 29, 2010, the Jamaat chief was arrested for allegedly hurting religious sentiments.

He was shown arrested on August 2 the same year for committing crimes against humanity during the Liberation War and the trial began nearly two years later on May 28, 2012.

Born on March 31, 1943 in Pabna's Santhia upazila, Nizami rose to the rank of president of East Pakistan unit Islamic Chhatra Sangha (ICS), the student wing of Jamaat, in 1960. Later, he became the president of West and East Pakistan ICS (now Islami Chhatra Shibir) in 1966.

During the country's Liberation War in 1971, then 28-year-old Nizami was the chief of Chhatra Sangha and the supreme commander of the notorious militia group Al-Badr which brutally killed and tortured many pro-independent forces and their family members. He had also played a key role in the formation and running of the Razakar and Peace Committee that helped Pakistani occupation forces.

After the Liberation War, Nizami along with his guru Ghulam Azam fled to the UK.

After the assassination of Father of the nation Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in August 1975, military ruler Ziaur Rahman permitted Ghulam Azam and Nizami to return to Bangladesh in 1978, paving the way for the revival of Jamaat's politics.

In 1991, Nizami was elected an MP from Pabna-1 constituency with Jamaat ticket.

Nizami took over as the Ameer of Jamaat from his guru Ghulam Azam in 2001. In the same year, he was again elected MP from Paban as his party had joined the election under the banner of BNP-led four-party alliance.

As the four-party alliance formed the government, Nizami had been inducted in the cabinet and served as the agriculture minister until 2003 and thereafter as industries minister until 2006.

Nizami was defeated in the December 2008 general election as a candidate of the Four-Party Alliance.



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