January 21, 2018, 10:30 am

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The High Court on Monday summarily dismissed a writ appeal

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e High Court on Monday summarily dismissed a writ appeal to looking for its orders for making obligatory the recognition of eight National Days, including Independence Day and Martyrs Intellectuals Day, for every single political gathering and natives.

A HC seat of Justice Kazi Reza-ul Haque and Justice Mohammad Ullah rejected the appeal to toward the beginning of the day.

Two attorneys – M Mozammel Haque and Md Shahidul Islam – in the writ request of recorded on January 4, additionally looked for cancelation of the enlistment of political gatherings who won’t watch the National Days

In the request, the HC orders were additionally looked for the HC orders putting off the following general decision until the point when the writ appeal to is discarded.

A HC seat of Justice Kazi Reza-ul Haque and Justice Mohammad Ullah heard the writ request of around 1 pm.

After fractional hearing on the writ appeal to on January 4, the court set today (Monday) for the following hearing.

In the writ request, M Mozammel Haque said he had looked for a High Court order to make obligatory the recognition of eight National Days, including March 26 as Independence Day, December 14 as Martyrs Intellectuals Day, January 10 as Bangabandhu’s Homecoming Day, August 15 as National Mourning Day, November 3 as Jail Killing Day, for every political gathering and subjects.

In addition, the court arrange was additionally looked for tolerating ‘Bliss Bangla’ as a national trademark for every political gathering and natives.

Somewhere in the range of 19 political gatherings, including Awami League, BNP, Jatiya Party and their organizations together and six government high-ups, including the bureau secretary, law secretary and race commission, were influenced litigants in the writ to appeal.

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