Bangladesh to hang 19 for lethal conflict on 2004 rally

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More than 20 people died and hundreds were harmed in a attack

A justice in Bangladesh has condemned 19 people to genocide for their purpose in a lethal grenade conflict on a 2004 domestic convene in a collateral Dhaka.

Those to hang embody a former apportion and emissary minister, both leaders of a BNP celebration that was afterwards in power.

The party’s stream behaving head, Tarique Rehman, was convicted to life in jail in absentia.

The grenade conflict left 24 people passed during a Awami League rally. Its personality Sheikh Hasina is now primary minister.

Hundreds some-more were harmed in a 21 Aug 2004 blast as Sheikh Hasina was about to finish a debate in front of thousands of supporters.

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Sheikh Hasina has been primary apportion given 2009

Former state apportion for home affairs Lutfozzaman Babar is a many distinguished of those condemned to hang.

The BNP says a box was politically encouraged and directed during destroying a picture of celebration leaders.

Tarique Rehman’s mother, a BNP personality Khaleda Zia, has been a sour opposition of Sheikh Hasina for decades. She was jailed for 5 years in Feb for corruption.

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BNP personality Khaleda Zia was jailed after being convicted of corruption