High Court order suspended, Salim Khan’s daughter cannot lift sand

The Appellate Division Chamber Judge Court has stayed the High Court’s order not to stop Saleem Khan’s daughter Selina Begum from taking sand from three mauzas in Chandpur. As a result, Selina Begum, the owner of M/s Nipa Enterprises, will not be able to lift the sand.

On Tuesday (June 4), Appellate Division Justice M. Chamber Judge Inayetur Rahim gave this order. Deputy Attorney General Kazi Moinul Hasan told Jago News that the hearing will be held again on Wednesday (June 5) on this application.

Advocate Madhu Malti (Advocate on Record) filed a time application on behalf of Selina Begum, owner of M/s Nipa Enterprises. Attorney General Abu Mohammad AM Amin Uddin and Deputy Attorney General Kazi Moinul Hasan were in the hearing of the state side.

In this regard, Deputy Attorney General Kazi Mainul Hasan also told Jago News that Wednesday is the date for the hearing after suspending the order of the High Court to explain to Selina Begum to take sand from Meghna River in three mouzas of Chandpur Sadar Upazila and not to prevent her from taking sand from there. done by the Chamber Judge Court. As a result Selina Begum will not be able to lift the sand from three mauzas. The application will be heard again in the chamber court. And till tomorrow that company will not be able to lift the sand.

According to the information given by the lawyer of the state party, the owner of M/s Nipa Enterprise is the Chairman of Laxmipur Union Parishad No. 10 of Chandpur Sadar Upazila. Salim Khan’s daughter Selina Begum. Celina Begum wrote this year seeking necessary instructions for declaring Balu Mahal through hydrographic survey in Charjagannathpur, Lagimara and Thakchar Lagimara of Chandpur Sadar Upazila.

On January 16, the High Court gave an order along with the preliminary hearing. Later, in view of an application made by the writ petitioner, the High Court passed an order with instructions on April 24. The order directed the Chairman of Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority (BIWTA) to convey within seven days the areas mentioned in the hydrographic survey to Selina Begum for sand extraction.

An interim injunction was granted to the defendants to refrain from obstructing the mining of sand in the said place. The state appealed to the Appellate Division, which came up for hearing in the Chamber Court on Sunday (June 2), seeking to suspend the order of the High Court.

Then on Monday (June 3) the hearing was scheduled but it was not heard. On this day, when the special chamber judge court sits, time is applied. It is for hearing in continuation thereof.