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The investigation agency of the International Crimes Tribunal (ICT) on Tuesday finalised its report on probe into the alleged crimes against humanity committed in 1971 by former director general of National Security Intelligence (NSI) Muhammad Wahidul Haque, reports BSS.
“Wahidul Haque, who was an adjutant of 29 Cavalry Regiment based in Rangpur Cantonment at the time, went on a killing spree on March 28, 1971, as he and his subordinates brush fired on freedom loving people of the area and killed around 600 innocents. They also set fire to houses and burnt the bodies of those killed in their gunfire,” probe body chief coordinator
Muhammad Abdul Hannan Khan said. The probe body chief said these while addressing the newsmen at a press briefing held at their Dhanmondi office at noon.
Khan said they had launched their investigation against Haque on December 5, 2016, and concluded it today. They have made 54 people witnesses in the trial.
Wahidul Haque was arrested on April 24, 2018, from his Baridhara house right after the ICT-1 issued arrest warrant against him.