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Charges framed against Jamaat leader Maulana Abdus Sobhan-trial start on Jan 28
International Crimes Tribunal-1 (ICT) on Tuesday framed nine charges of wartime offences against Jamaat-E-Islami leader Moulana Abdus Subhan for his alleged committed crimes against humanity during Liberation War in 1971.
After framing the charges ICT-1 ICT-1 Chairman Justice ATM Fazle Kabir headed bench fixed January 28 for starting the trial.
Among the charges he has been charged are including murder, genocide, loot, abduction, confinement, arson and torture committed at different parts in Pabna from April 17 to October 30.
The Jamaat claimed himself innocent when the tribunal asked to say about the prosecution and trial.
Earlier on September 15, the prosecution pressed nine charges against the Jamaat leader.
The Jamaat leader was held on September 20 last year at Bangabandhu Bridge toll plaza in Tangail over a vandalism case and then shown arrest over wartime crimes.