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DMP collecting info of city dwellers

HC rejects petition challenging move

STAFF REPORTER

Rejecting a writ petition, the High Court yesterday paved the way for Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) to collect information from the residents of the capital. The HC bench comprising Justice Moyeenul Islam Chowdhury and Justice Md Iqbal Kabir passed the order, rejection the petition, and said the DMP can take any step under the DMP Rules, 2006 to prevent any terrorist activity in the city.
Barrister Jyotirmoy Barua, who had filed the petition and moved before the HC bench during the hearing, told reporters that the country’s people have now received specific information regarding the presence of militants in the capital following the HC order, as it has rejected the petition considering presence of militants in the country.
He also said that the police did not give any specific information about the presence of militants in the country, as the police made controversial statements over the issue in many times. However, Barua said that he would file an appeal with the Supreme Court against the HC order.
Meanwhile, Deputy Attorney General Motahar Hossain Saju told reporters that the HC rejected the petition in a bid to prevent militant activities in the country. Earlier on March 8, the HC fixed March 13 for passing an order on the writ petition.
On March 3, Barua filed the petition with the HC seeking its directive upon the authorities concerned to refrain from collecting information of landlords and tenants dwelling in Dhaka city.

 

 

 

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