Two hundred more BDR jawans were identified on Saturday
for their direct involvement in last
month's carnage at the Peelkhana BDR headquarters after investigators examined
the CCTV footage and recorded video clips capturing during the mutiny.
The Criminal investigation
Department (CID) has now been able to pinpoint the ringleaders who spearheaded
the attack that cost the lives of 55 army officers. Of the dead, one was major
general two were brigadier-generals, 16 colonels, 11 lieutenant- colonels, 23
majors and two captains.
Three killers of two army
colonels were identified on the basis of CCTV footage, according to sources.
The available CCTV footage and
recorded video clips showed an armed BDR jawan falling flat and losing sense
out of fear after he failed to fire at BDR chief Major General Shakil Ahmed at
the "Darbar" hall. The footage also focused on the jawan who opened
fire at maj Gen Shakil killing him on the spot.
Another CCTV footage showed the
killer of major Mosharaf.
Shahzzaman Raj, chief of the CID,
told the New Nation yesterday that after examining the CCTV footage they have
been able to identify some "important" persons who took part in the
revolt at Peelkhana BDR headquarters on February 25 and 26.
Sources said the 11-member probe
body headed by former bureaucrat Anisuzzaman is expected to submit its
investigation report on the Peelkhana tragedy this week.
As many as 1800 BDR jawans , who
deserted camps after the carnage, are still at large. The Government has not
decided as to what will be the fate of the fugitive BDR jawans.