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20 former college students sentenced to dying for brutal homicide on campus

20 former students sentenced to death for brutal murder on campus


Twenty younger males acquired dying sentences in Bangladesh for murdering a fellow scholar on campus grounds after he criticized the federal government on social media. 5 different defendants have been jailed for all times.

The court docket handed dying sentences to 20 defendants, and ordered 5 others to spend the remainder of their lives behind bars and pay a superb of 50,000 Bangladeshi takas ($583) every.

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These sentenced to dying ranged from 20 to 22 years outdated and attended the Bangladesh College of Engineering and Expertise (BUET) within the nation’s capital Dhaka, when the homicide occurred in 2019. Three of them stay at giant and have been convicted in absentia, newspaper The Day by day Star stated.

In October 2019, Abrar Fahad, a second-year electrical engineering scholar, was discovered lifeless on the staircase of a dormitory. In keeping with the prosecution, he was crushed with a cricket bat and different blunt objects for six hours by fellow college students.

Bangladeshi media reported on the time that Fahad was attacked after making a Fb submit crucial of the federal government for hanging a water-sharing cope with India. The coed reportedly argued that the settlement concerning the Feni River was towards Bangladesh’s pursuits.

The attackers have been stated to have been members of the scholar wing of Awami League (AL), a significant political social gathering within the nation. All defendants have been expelled from the college for his or her relation to the case.

Fahad’s brutal homicide sparked protests on campuses throughout the nation. In the course of the trial, eight of the defendants gave confessional statements, in line with the media.

The court docket was quoted as saying that dying penalties and life sentences have been chosen to make sure that such murders are usually not repeated. “I’m proud of the decision,” Fahad’s father Barkat Ullah advised reporters outdoors court docket. “Abrar’s soul might be at peace if the decision is enforced shortly.”