Bangladesh sentences 16 to death over Nusrat Jahan Rafi murder The year-old student was set on fire after she accused a teacher of sexual harassment. Hafez Ahmed, lead prosecutor in the case, welcomed Monday's verdict, saying it proved no one could get away with murder in Bangladesh. He denied involvement in the killing but 12 of the suspects had confessed to the crime, according to prosecutors. Sign up for our Newsletter. Human Rights Watch does not support the capital punishment because of its inherent cruelty, but we welcome the fact that the authorities prosecuted the perpetrators," said Meenakshi Ganguly, South Asia director at the human rights group. The young woman had died of burn wounds in April after she was doused in kerosene and set alight for refusing to withdraw a sexual harassment complaint against the principal of a school where she was a student. The petition led to the teacher's arrest. A court in southern Bangladesh has sentenced 16 people to death over the murder of a student who was set on fire after she accused a teacher at an Islamic school of sexual harassment.
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