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All efforts must be continued to ensure speedy justice: President

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President Md. Sahabuddin urged all concerned to continue all efforts so that the justice candidates get speedy justice. On the occasion of ‘Bangladesh Supreme Court Day’, he made this call in a discussion meeting in the inner court of the court.

Apart from this, the head of state also advised everyone to be careful so that they do not have to visit the balcony of the court for the copy of the verdict after the case is settled.

The President pointed out that the use of information technology in judicial activities has brought a revolutionary change in the disposal of cases and said, “I hope, from now on, the proverb ‘Justice Delayed, Justice Denied’ will not be used as an example in our judiciary.”

He expressed hope that the Bangladesh Supreme Court will ensure the proper dignity of the constitution written in the blood of three million martyrs by getting justice and fulfilling the hopes and aspirations of the people.

He thinks that this constitution, written in the blood of immortal martyrs, will be a unique document for the management of the state and the realization of the rights of Bengalis, as well as a source of inspiration for the establishment of the rights of the oppressed and oppressed people of the world.

Stating that lawyers are an essential part of the justice system, this former Supreme Court lawyer said, “The work of justice cannot progress without the help of lawyers. Coordination and cooperation between bench and bar is very important in judicial work.” He also pointed out that coordination and cooperation between these three organs of the state – law, executive and judiciary – is very essential in running the state.

Retired as a Sessions Judge, Md. Sahabuddin, while reminiscing about his legal career, also highlighted the background to the establishment of the Supreme Court, saying that the Supreme Court is the last refuge of the common people, where they look for justice and protection of their rights. The Supreme Court is the symbol of the trust of the people of all classes and professions and the glory of the nation. He said that the Supreme Court is the protector and ultimate interpreter of the Constitution. The Supreme Court has the power of judicial review. But this responsibility must be exercised with great care.

President Sahabuddin said, within a year of victory under the leadership of Bangabandhu, he gifted the nation with one of the best constitutions in the world, which is a rare and unforgettable event in the history of world democracy.

The President said that Bangladesh Supreme Court started its journey on 18 December 1972. Since its inception, the Bangladesh Supreme Court has been playing a prestigious role as the guardian and protector of the Constitution, in addition to protecting human rights, ensuring justice, in times of peace and crisis. He also mentioned that the Supreme Court of Bangladesh has always played a strong role in canceling any law that is in conflict with the Constitution.

Sahabuddin, a brave freedom fighter, said that after the killing of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the anti-independence forces imposed military rule in the country and tried to kill democracy forever by violating the constitution in various ways. But dictators fell in the face of popular resistance.

The Head of State said that Bangabandhu has always worked to ensure that no one is deprived of justice regardless of religion, caste, rich and poor, and his privileged daughter, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, has prioritized the implementation of various development programs including infrastructure for the development of the judicial system of the country. giving

Chief Justice Obaidul Hasan, Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Anisul Haque, Attorney General Abu Mohammad Amin Uddin, Supreme Court Lawyers Association President Md. Momtaz Uddin Fakir and Bangladesh Supreme Court Judges Committee President and Appellate Division Justice M. Inayetur Rahim spoke.


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