Two students have been condemned to genocide in Bangladesh for a murdering of an non-believer blogger there in 2013.
Six others were convicted of impasse in a murder of Ahmed Rajib Haider, who was hacked to genocide as he was returning home from a convene in a capital, Dhaka.
A five-year judgment was given to a conduct of Ansarullah Bangla, a organisation suspected of carrying out a attack.
Five some-more physical bloggers and writers were killed in Bangladesh in 2015.
The justice pronounced that one of a students condemned to death, Faisal bin Nayeem, pounded Haider with a beef hatchet in front of a victim’s house.
The other was attempted and condemned in absentia.
Haider was among a organisation of bloggers who had called for a execution of Islamist leaders for crimes committed in a 1971 war.
The blogger’s father, Mohammad Nazim Uddin, pronounced he was unfortunate that usually dual group were given a genocide sentence.
“I’m not happy with a verdict. we reject this verdict. Five of them confessed their impasse in a killing. But usually dual were given genocide sentence. How is it possible?”, he said.
There have been several clashes in new years between Islamists and supporters of a physical Awami League.