The court's excessive agenda on Wednesday issued a rule wondering why the relevant authorities were not given directions for the difficulty of publishing a newspaper declaring the poet Kazi Nazrul Islam as a Bangladeshi poet nationwide.
The Supreme Court panel of Judge Farah Mahboob and Judge Ahmed Sohail issued the ruling after hearing a written petition in this regard. Request a response to the rule within the subsequent 4 weeks.
Advocate Asaad Uddin appeared to the petitioner while ordinary deputy attorney Samarendra Nath Biswas and Abul Kalam Azad Daoud appeared to the state.
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On June 22, Attorney Asad filed on behalf of 10 High Court lawyers Petition for an injunction to bench excessively on the court's agenda.
“Although people call Kazi Nazrul Islam because he is a Bangladeshi poet nationwide, there is no recognition from the state by issuing a newspaper with this influence,” Asad stated.
The title of Nazrul because the poet has been talked about nationwide in two legal guidelines of Bangladesh. In addition, he has been talked about as a nationwide poet on numerous occasions to the authorities, but all are indirect acknowledgment. The petitioner stated that such recognition may also be light in the future. It has been demanded by scholars of Nazrul and people associated with literature and tradition. Subsequently, an injunction petition as a conscious citizen of the nation and an overzealous lawyer was presented in the courtroom, Azad stated. Amir, Md Rezaul Islam, KM Mamun-Or-Rashid, Md Asraful Islam, Shahinur Rahman, Md Rezaul Karim, Md Alauddin. The government demands that it is difficult to issue a newspaper notice in this regard.