The Supreme Court today released full verdict on the review petition of militant leader Mufti Abdul Hannan, that upheld his death for a 2004 grenade attack on UK envoy in Dhaka.
The release of the full verdict has cleared the way for the jail authorities to start the process for executing the convicts, Additional Registrar of the High Court, Sabbir Faiz told The Daily Star.
He said the verdict will now be sent to the trial court and jail authorities in Sylhet.
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