Investigation agency of the International Crime Tribunal (ICT) today finalised and released the probe report on the crimes against humanity committed by four alleged Razakars from Noakhali.
Chief coordinator of the agency Abdul Hannan Khan and senior coordinator M Sanaul Haque released the 222-page report through a press briefing held at its Dhanmondi office. It is the 78th report released from the investigation agency.
"We had initiated the probe against the four fugitives on November 12, 2017, and concluded it today. We have found their involvement in various crimes against humanity including abduction, confinement, torture and subsequent killings of 11 people," Haque said.
The probe body brought three specific allegations against the accused, whose identities were not revealed as they are yet to be arrested.
Investigation officer (IO) Md Shahjahan Kabir, at the briefing, said all the four accused were very much active in Islami Chhatra Sangha (ICS), the then student wing of Jamaat-e-Islami, while one was the in-charge of ICS' Noakhali district wing.
Three later got involved in the politics of Jamaat, whereas another joined the politics of BNP.