High Court orders remuneration for 5 deadly highway crashes

Along with a halt sequence on Monday, it also asked a authorities because it would not sequence them to compensate Tk 5 million to any of a families as compensation.

The dais of Justice Sheikh Hassan Arif and Justice Razik-Al-Jalil released a orders and a set of manners after an initial conference of a open seductiveness lawsuit filed by Bangladesh Legal Aid and Services Trust or BLAST.

Abdul Halim, a petitioner’s lawyer, pronounced a secretaries to home affairs and highway transport, and a BRTA authority have been asked to compensate a compensations.

The home and highway ride secretaries, BRTA, examiner ubiquitous of police, Chattogram military commissioner, additional military commissioners (traffic) of Dhaka, Gazipur, Barishal and Sylhet, and OCs of opposite military stations have been asked to respondto a manners within 4 weeks.

Liza Akter, 9, died in a highway pile-up in Barishal, Ahmed Rifat, 6, in Sylhet and Nusrat Chowdhury, 23, in Chattogram on Feb 2, Raj Khan, 5, in Gazipur on Feb 3, and Faiza Tahsina, 10, in Dhaka on Feb 5.

The High Court on Feb 5 released identical orders and manners over a deaths of a category 8 tyro on Jan 22 and a college tyro on Jan 16 in Chattogram and dual children in Dhaka’s Keraniganj on Jan 28.

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