[Valid RSS]
May 24, 2023, 7:19 am
GIZ Bangladesh’s training held on SDG localisation in Khulna ছোটদের সহজ প্রোগ্রামিং শিক্ষায় প্রকাশিত হল বাংলা স্ক্র্যাচ বই Ditching Russian gas no way to reach climate goals : Putin চট্টগ্রামে নিরাপদ খাদ্য বিষয়ে প্রচারনা কর্মসূচি সমাপ্ত Samsung brings month-long smartphone campaign On September 6–7, Vladimir Putin will make working trip to Vladivostok Two Russian embassy workers killed in ‘suicide bombing’ Shocked & devastated by the horrific attacks : Justin Trudeau  SSC, equivalent exams begin Sept 15: Dipu Moni Ten killed in Canadian stabbing spree Russia wants UN to pressure US : media Daraz Bangladesh Anniversary Campaign – Now LIVE! realme offers upto BDT 3400 off on occasion of Daraz’s 8th anniversary General Pharmaceuticals employees will receive insurance from MetLife চট্টগ্রামের কলেজিয়েট স্কুলে নিরাপদ খাদ্য বিষয়ে প্রচারনা কর্মসূচি শুরু Bangladesh a secular country, immediate action is taken whenever minorities are attacked: PM  Two more mortar shells from Myanmar land in Bangladesh OPPO launches killer device A57 in 15-20K price range ShareTrip and Grameenphone join hands to offer exciting travel privileges ড্যাপ ২০২২-২০৩৫ এর পরিপূর্ণ বাস্তবায়নের দাবী বিআইপির

President asks judges to reduce litigant’s sufferings thru using IT

Bangladesh Beyond
  • Updated on Wednesday, August 17, 2022
  • 215 Impressed

President asks judges to reduce litigant’s sufferings thru using IT


DHAKA, Aug 17, 2022 (BSS) –


President M Abdul Hamid today asked the authorities concerned of the Supreme Court (SC) of Bangladesh to take appropriate steps to ensure justice through reducing pending cases aimed at lessening sufferings to the litigants by using the information technology (IT).

The Head of the State came up with the call as a delegation of judges led by the Chief Justice of Bangladesh Hasan Foez Siddique submitted Bangladesh Supreme Court’s Annual Report 2021 at Bangabhaban here this evening.

Later, President’s Press Secretary Md Joynal Abedin briefed the media team.

President Hamid hoped that country’s Judiciary would continue its relentless efforts to bring the benefits of freedom at the people’s doorsteps by ensuring justice.

During the meeting, the Chief Justice briefed the President about the various aspects of the annual report and the overall activities of the Judiciary.

In the meeting, Justice Siddique said, this year, the SC will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Constitution of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh in a befitting manner.

Abdul Hamid expressed his satisfaction over the overall activities of the Supreme Court, the apex court of the country.

Secretaries concerned of the President’s office were present there.


Read us@googlenews



More News
© Copyright: 2020-2022

Bangladesh Beyond is an online version of Fortnightly Apon Bichitra 

(Reg no: DA 1825)

Developed By Bangladesh Beyond