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If it weren’t for the League of Nations rules, North Macedonia might not have been shown in the Euros this time around if the team had been selected based solely on the Euro qualifiers. But that is the beauty of football, the small country has made it to the Euros despite being third in their group in the qualifiers for being the champions in the weakest group in the League of Nations. In the eyes of northern Macedonia, who came to play Euro for the first time as a separate country, now it is a dream come true. Despite being the weakest team in the euro on paper this year, there is no chance to underestimate Northern Macedonia
The execution took place for the first time in Dinajpur District Jail. Abdul Haque, who was convicted of murdering his wife, was hanged at 12:01 pm on Wednesday.
An executioner named Ahidul Islam executed Abdul Haq. Jail Superintendent Mokammel Hossain confirmed the matter. The body of the accused has been handed over to the family.
Abdul Haque’s house is in Bhaktipur Chowdhurypara area of Mithapukur upazila of Rangpur. He has been lodged in Dinajpur District Jail since August 26, 2002.
Earlier in the day, the jail authorities allowed 15 members of Abdul Haque’s family to meet him for the last time. Family members left for an hour. His execution was carried out later in the night. Rangpur Deputy Inspector General (DIG-Prison) Altaf Hossain, Deputy Commissioner Khaled Mohammad Zaki, Superintendent of Police Anwar Hossain, Civil Surgeon Abdul Quddush, administration and district jail officials including doctors were present at the time. This is the first execution in Dinajpur District Jail since independence.
According to the verdict documents of the case, in February 2002, Abdul Haque strangled his wife to death. The next day, on February 9, her father-in-law filed a case with the Mithapukur Police Station under the Women and Child Abuse Prevention Act. She was sentenced to death on May 3, 2006 by the Rangpur Women and Child Abuse Suppression Tribunal-1. Abdul Haque’s family appealed to the High Court and the Supreme Court, but the sentence was upheld. Lastly, Abdul Haq begged the President for his life. However, the application was not granted.