DHAKA, June 10 (BSS) - The International Crimes Tribunal (ICT)-2 today set June 14 to pronounce its decision on the petition for Jamaat-e-Islami assistant secretary general Abdul Quader Mollah seeking review of its (Tribunal) order that indicted him for committing crimes against humanity during the War of Liberation.
Justice ATM Fazle Kabir, chairman of the ICT-2, fixed the date after hearing both sides. The tribunal on May 28 framed charges against Abdul Quader Mollah.
Six specific charges against Mollah were brought including genocide, murder, rape, arson and corroborating Pakistani occupation forces in 1971.
The hearing to indict Mollah was initiated before the International Crimes Tribunal-I on March 7 but the case was transferred before the ICT-2 on April 16 granting a prayer of the prosecution.
Earlier on November 1, the prosecution submitted investigation reports that accused Mollah for committing several crimes against humanity. On December 28, the tribunal took the charges into cognizance against him.