SC asks HC to dispose order on cost framing towards Yunus in 2 weeks
The Supreme Courtroom in the present day requested the Excessive Courtroom to dispose in two weeks the rule that questioned the labour courtroom order framing expenses towards Nobel Laureate Prof Muhammad Yunus and three different officers of Grameen Telecom in a case filed over labour legislation violation.
The apex courtroom stated the HC bench led by Justice SM Kuddus Zaman will maintain a listening to of the rule for its disposal in two weeks.
A full bench of the Appellate Division of the SC headed by Chief Justice Hasan Foez Siddique handed the order after disposing of two separate petitions filed by the state and the Inspection for Factories and Institutions Division difficult the HC rule.
Senior Advocate Khurshid Alam Khan, the lawyer for Inspection for Factories and Institutions Division, informed The My Information that following in the present day’s order, his consumer won’t take any step for continuing with the case towards Prof Yunus and others on the trial courtroom till disposal of the HC rule.
Lawyer Common AM Amin Uddin appeared for the state whereas Barrister Abdullah Al Mamun argued for Prof Yunus throughout listening to in the present day.
Following a petition filed by Prof Yunus, an HC bench led by Justice Md Ruhul Quddus on July 23 issued the rule asking the state to elucidate why the labour courtroom order that framed expenses towards him and three others of Grameen Telecom within the case shouldn’t be scrapped.
Sheikh Merina Sultana, chairman of the Third Labour Courtroom of Dhaka, on June 6 framed expenses towards Prof Yunus and others.
Prof Yunus is the chairman of Grameen Telecom whereas accused Ashraful Hasan is the managing director and Nur Jahan Begum and Mohammad Shahjahan are administrators.
On June 6, the labour courtroom exempted Prof Yunus from private look in the course of the trial.
On September 9, 2021, SM Arifuzzaman, a labour inspector (basic) of the Inspection for Factories and Institutions Division, filed the case with the courtroom.
The courtroom on October 12, 2021 granted bail to the Nobel laureate and others accused within the case.