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Supreme Court stayed compensation for Rajib’s family

On Tuesday, May 22, the Supreme Court has stayed the High Court order which directed two bus operators to pay Rajib Hossain’s family a compensation of Tk 1 crore.

RajibRajib Hossain, a third year student of the Government Titumir College was stuck between two busses, lost his right hand and sustained critical injuries to his head. Later on April 17, he succumbed to his injuries at Dhaka Medical College Hospital.

The ruling also instructed the High Court to form a committee to find out the guilty party between two transportation companies.

After hearing two appeals filed by Bangladesh Road and Transport Corporation and Sajan Paribahan challenging the HC order, a four-member bench of the Appellate Division headed by Chief Justice Syed Mahmud Hossain stayed the order.

On May 8, the HC directed the BRTC and Swajan Paribahan authority to pay the compensation following a writ petition filed by Barrister Ruhul Quddus.

According to media reports, one celebrity industrialist promised to take the responsibility of Rajib’s two younger brothers, who are studying in a madrasa in Dhaka. Jahidul Islam, Rajib’s uncle said, ‘we met the industrialist at his office, however, after he saw that the two children have their uncle and aunt with them, he chose not to support brothers. Though, he has send his officials to the madrasa and promised to take the responsibility of their studies’.

New Age Youth Desk.

SAHBAGH:

SahbaghOn Friday, May 25, Bangladesh Adivashi Chatra-Sangram Parishad protested in Dhaka’s Sahbagh area at the murder of two Tripura girls in Sitankunda.

 

NORTH SOUTH:

north southOn Saturday, May 19, North South University organised a programme at their premises to welcome the fresher-students of summer 2018.

 

DU:

DUOn Monday, May 14, the Voice of Business, an initiative of the faculty of business studies at University of Dhaka organised the grand finale of ‘GOOD LUCK Presents BRANDrill 2018 powered by Click’.

 

ULAB:

ULABA group of five students from University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh’s business faculty, as a part of outreach programme from May 13-21, visited University of Colombo, Sri Lanka and met vice-chancellor professor Lakshman Dissanayake.

 

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