Mir Quasem Ali executed by Bangladesh on 1971 war crime – Security on high alert on the situation

Mir Quasem Ali - Jamat Leader Dhaka
Mir Quasem Ali - Jamat Leader Dhaka

Bangladesh has shown that even if you are Big shot Crime Never Pays, A Jamat leader and Financial Tycoon of the biggest Islamist party in Bangladesh has been executed for war crimes in 1971, as per officials word.

Mir Quasem Ali a Media tycoon , aged 63, of the Jamaat-e-Islami party, was sentenced to death two years ago.

He had been convicted of several offences including murder and torture committed during the war with Pakistan in 1971.

With a stiff security the tycoon was hanged at a prison outside Dhaka on Saturday evening.

His execution follows several attacks by Islamist militants in Bangladesh, including an assault on a cafe in Dhaka in July in which 20 hostages, most of them foreigners, were killed.

As per many he was the face of Terror with a mask of Industrialist in Bangladesh. But many fear retaliation and terror might strike Bangladesh after this execution.