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Court Corner

Give Tk 10 lakh to Rajib family by 30 days: HC

STAFF REPORTER, Dhaka

The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court yesterday directed the owner of Swajan Paribahan to give Tk 10 lakh in a month to the brothers of Rajib Hossain, a college student who was killed in a road accident in the city last year after his right arm got stuck between two buses and got severed.

After disposing of an appeal filed by Swajan Paribahan authorities against the HC order, the four-member bench of the Appellate Division headed by Chief Justice Syed Mahmud Hossain passed the order. The HC had on June 20 asked two bus companies -- Bangladesh Road Transport Corporation (BRTC) and Swajan Paribahan -- to pay in two months Tk 25 lakh each to Rajib’s brothers Mehedi Hasan Bappi, 16, and Abdulla Hridoy, 15. Rajib, who was a 3rd year student of Government Titumir College, lost his right arm after he was trapped between two buses in the city’s Banglamotor area on April 4 last year. He succumbed to his injuries on April 17 that year.  Advocate Shafiqul Islam Babul stood for the transport company while Barrister Ruhul Kuddus Kajal argued for Rajib’s family. The apex court said 'Swajan Paribahan' will have to pay Tk 10 lakh in damages to the victim’s family and then it will take into consideration their appeal.  

It also said it will take into consideration the matter of compensation to be provided by Bangladesh Road Transport Corporation (BTRC). Babul said the High Court has already released the copy of its verdict and they will file a leave-to-appeal petition challenging the order.  On June 20 last, the High Court ordered two bus companies to give Tk 50 lakh in damages to the family of Rajib within two months.

Eight ABT militants indicted in Dipon murder trial

BSS, Dhaka

An anti-terror tribunal yesterday framed charges against eight members of banned militant outfit Ansarullah Bangla Team (ABT) in a case lodged over the murder of publisher Faisal Arefin Dipon in 2016.

Judge Mujibur Rahman of Anti-Terror Tribunal passed the order and set November 18 to start recording depositions of the witnesses, court official Ruhul Amin told BSS. The tribunal on March 19 accepted the charge sheet filed in the case and issued arrest warrants for fugitive accused ABT leader and also sacked army Major Syed Ziaul Haque and Akram Hossain. Investigation officer and detective branch assistant police commissioner Fazlur Rahman on November 15 submitted the charge sheet against eight accused.

Probe report in case over FR Tower fire Nov 12

BSS, Dhaka

A court here yesterday set November 12 to submit probe report in the case lodged over deadly inferno in FR Tower in capital’s Banani area on March 28 this year. Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Devdas Chandra Adhikari set the date as investigation officer failed to submit the report. A total of 26 people were killed and 73 others were injured in the fire that quickly engulfed the 22-storey building on Road-17 at Kamal Ataturk Avenue area in Banani. Banani Police Box in-charge sub-inspector Milton Dutta filed the case on March 30 with Banani Police Station.

Police made Tasvir Ul Islam, one of the owners of FR Tower, SMHI Faruque, the land owner of the building, and Rupayan Group chairman Liyakat Ali Khan Mukul, accused in the case. They have been blamed for collusion in causing loss of lives and properties with evil intention, causing loss of lives, severe injuries and damage to properties in fire caused by severe negligence, in the case.

 

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