Hello! This past week has seen several developments ranging from the Supreme Court stating that Trial Courts cannot impose life imprisonment to the Bangladesh International Crimes Tribunal passing judgment on 9 Liberation War prisoners. Happy Reading!
’21 Week 7 (11/02 – 18/02)
- Post author By Abhishek Rajiv
- Post date February 21, 2021
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