Dhaka – Investigators have gathered evidences against three persons allegedly involved in crimes committed during Bangladesh’s 1971 war of liberation against Pakistan.
The evidences found against the persons are from Bangladesh’s north-eastern Netrokona district, according to an investigator working on war crimes.
Mohammad Abdul Hannan Khan, chief coordinator of the investigation agency of special war crimes tribunal, said that all the three suspects are belonged to Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami party that opposed creation of the country.
He said war crimes evidences were found against Hedayet Ullah alias Anju Bsc, 80, his brother Enayet Ullah alias Monju, 70, and Sohrab Fakir alias Sohrab Ali, 88, of Atpara upazila of Netrokona.
Of them Sohrab is now in jail awaiting trial.
These suspects were linked with genocide, murder, arson, confinement and torture during the nine-month war, he said adding that the investigation officers have wrapped up the enquiry after four months of investigation.
Six counts of offences were found against them, he said.