Ninth anniv of BDR carnage being found

National Desk, Rashedul Islam Biplob , Staff Reporter: Dhaka Office: Ninth anniv of BDR carnage being found, The ninth anniversary of the atrocious carnage at Pilkhana BDR Headquarters within the capital is being located on Sunday.bA total of 74 people, including fifty seven navy officials, had been killed inside the carnage starting in this day in 2009. Floral wreaths were located at the graves of the slain military officers at Banani Military Graveyard around 9:15am on behalf of President Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Later, the Home Minister, the chiefs of the three services, the public security secretary beneath the Home Ministry and the BGB DG paid their tributes to the slain military officers.

Special prayers could be provided at the Bir Uttam Fazlur Rahman Khandkar Auditorium in the Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) Pilkhana headquarters at four:forty five pm on Monday, searching for divine advantages for the departed souls. On February 25, 2009, numerous hundred Bangladesh Rifles (now BGB) men rose up in armed rebel at Darbar Hall at some point of the 3-day ‘BDR Week’ within the Pilkhana headquarters and killed 74 people, including 57 deputed army officials. The mutiny sooner or later ended day after today (Feb 26) with the give up of the firearms, ammunition and grenades through negotiation between the authorities and the BDR rebels. Following the mutiny, the paramilitary pressure became renamed Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB). A overall of 58 cases have been filed– one for extreme crimes, together with homicide and looting, and the rest for mutiny, in connection with the incident. Some 152 human beings have been sentenced to dying and 423 others to distinct prison phrases and 277 others acquitted inside the united states of america’s largest-ever killing case.

Among the convicts, 262 mutineers were sentenced to specific prison phrases beginning from three months to 19 years and 161 humans, together with past due BNP chief Nasiruddin Ahmed Pintu and local Awami League leader Torab Ali, were sentenced to life imprisonment. On the opposite hand, a complete of five,926 BDR personnel had been sentenced to one-of-a-kind jail terms ranging from 4 months to seven years within the fifty seven mutiny cases, reports UNB.


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