Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami member Mir Quasem Ali executed
NEWS CENTER - After the high court had approved on August 30, the death penalty decree of Mir Quasem Ali to be hanged, reported that Ali was executed after he met with his family at 22:30 local time.
Mir Quasem Ali –a senior executive committee member of Jamaat-e-Islami- was hanged by the International War Crime court –a local court of Bangladesh- that founded by Hasina’s government, alleged with some events happened during the 1971 independent war.
Proshanto Kumar Banik superintendent of Kashimpur Prison where Mir Quasem Ali was kept indicated to the media that Ali was hanged at 22:30 local time after the meet with his family.
Mir Quasem Ali had rejected to seek presidential clemency on last Friday from the Kashimpur Prison near capital city Dakka where he was kept, and it was reported that security has been tightened around the jail before execution.
Sentenced to death penalty Mir Quasem Ali on 2 December 2014, remarked that he has been posed with allegedly committing 8 different charges include abducted a young and murder him with torture.(ILKHA)