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6 December, 2017 00:00 00 AM / LAST MODIFIED: 6 December, 2017 02:25:32 AM
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Sentencing ex-civil surgeon

Laxmipur ADC made OSD

HC summons the official along with UNO
UNB

Sheikh Morshedul Islam, additional deputy commissioner of Laxmipur district, has been made an officer on special duty (OSD) 'in connection with the sentencing of a former civil surgeon of the district to three-month imprisonment following a brawl with him,' reports UNB. He has been attached to the Public Administration Ministry as OSD (senior assistant secretary). Public Administration Ministry published a notification on Tuesday in this regard.

Ex-Civil Surgeon of Laxmipur Dr Salahuddin Sharif was sentenced to three months imprisonment by a mobile court, led by Sadar UNO Nuruzzaman, on Monday for allegedly assaulting Sheikh Morshedul.

Dr Salauddin and Morshedul went to kindergarten Kakoli Shishu Angan in the district town around 10:15am to fetch their respective sons. The duo locked into a brawl following shoving at the crowded school gate. At one stage, the ADC slapped the retired civil surgeon and he also retaliated by doing the same.

Later, police detained Dr Salauddin and produced him before the mobile court which handed down the verdict.

Meanwhile, a Laxmipur court on Tuesday granted bail to the former civil surgeon on a bond of Tk 5,000.

Mir Shawkat Ali, additional district magistrate (ADM), passed the order after Rasel Mahmud Manna, lawyer of Dr Salahuddin Sharif, filed the bail petition in the morning.

On the other hand, the High Court summoned the additional deputy commissioner and the UNO to explain the three-month imprisonment of the former civil surgeon. A two-member HC bench of Justice Quazi Reza-Ul Hoque and Justice Mohammad Ullah asked the duo -- ADC Sheikh Morshedul Islam and UNO Nuruzzaman -- to appear before the court at 10:30am on December 13 to place their explanations.

The court came up with the order following a writ petition filed by Supreme Court lawyers Advocate Kamal Hossain Niazi and Advocate Ashfaqur Rahman.

It also issued a rule asking the authorities concerned to explain why the misuse of the mobile court out of personal grudge should not be declared illegal.

 

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