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Why not order to prevent theft of dead bodies from graves, High Court rule

May 2, 2024
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The High Court has issued a ruling seeking to know why no order should be issued to prevent theft of dead bodies from graves and why laws should not be enacted to preserve buried dead bodies.

On Tuesday (April 30) High Court Justice Mustafa Zaman Islam and Justice Md. A bench consisting of Atabullah passed the order.

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Within the next four weeks, the Secretary of the Ministry of Home Affairs, the Secretary of the Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs, the Secretary of the Ministry of Parliament, the Secretary of the Ministry of Local Government, the Secretary of the Ministry of Religious Affairs, Dhaka North and South and Rajshahi, Comilla, Sylhet City Corporation, Inspector General of Police (IGP); Commissioners of Dhaka, Rajshahi and Sylhet Metropolitan Police, Divisional Police Commissioners of Comilla have been asked to respond to this rule.

Advocate Dr. was in favor of the writ in the court today. Golam Rahman Bhuiyan. On the other hand, Deputy Attorney General Tushar Kanti Roy was for the state.

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Earlier, a writ petition was filed seeking directions to make a law to prevent theft of dead bodies from graves and preserve dead bodies in cemeteries. On March 14, Supreme Court lawyer advocate Dr. Golam Rahman Bhuiyan filed this writ petition.

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