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Salauddin must die: SC

Appellate Division upholds the BNP leader’s death sentence for war crimes UPDATES

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Abettors proved wrong?

The Supreme Court’s confirmation of the death sentence of Salauddin Quader Chowdhury, who opposed independence but became a minister, has proved how wrong those who rehabilitated the war criminals in society are, Law Minister Anisul Huq has said? Do you think so?

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  • Yes - 72%

     
  • No - 28%

     

Total number of votes: 18

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