Six-point Charter of Shahbagh Movement
Death penalty for all war criminals, including Jamaat
leader Abdul Quader Mollah, and revocation of the state's power
to grant them amnesty.
Amendment to the International Crimes Tribunal Act,
allowing appeals against inadequate punishment and disposal of appeals
from both the defence and the prosecution within three months of
The collaborators, who had been either convicted
or under trial but set free from jail after political changeover
following the coup on August 15, 1975, must be brought to book.
Ban on the Jamaat-e-Islami and like-minded religion-based
political parties, anti-liberation forces and collaborators of Pakistani
All businesses, socio-cultural bodies and media
outlets run by war criminals should be banned, the charter says,
naming Islamic Bank, Ibne Sina, Focus and Retina coaching centres
and media outlets Diganta TV, daily newspapers Naya Diganta, Amar
Desh and Sangram and Sonar Bangla Blogs.
Trial of the political parties, forces, individuals
and organisations that are trying to save war criminals and hatching
a conspiracy to foil the on-going trial.