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Nazmul Huda can not be disqualified from the election … – 705384 | Colakanto


The Supreme Court ruling was announced by former communications minister Brister Nazmul Huda, sentenced to four years in prison and his wife's advocate, Sigma Huda, for imprisonment. The ruling was announced more than a year after the ruling was announced at the hearing. In the 67th verdict, Nazmul Huda was ordered to surrender in a lower court to be sentenced. The lower court was asked to surrender within 45 days of receiving a copy of the verdict. Prime Minister Najmul Huda has been disqualified for parliamentary elections and has decided to take necessary steps to arrest Nazmul Huda. But Nazmul Huda will have to surrender to participate in the election. Then you must sentence your brother in jail. A lawyer thinks that after receiving a court order, he or she can be a candidate in the election.

Supreme Court Justice Bhabani Prasad Singh Mostafa Zaman Islam issued a brief verdict on November 8 last year. The court's ruling was posted on the Supreme Court's Web site on Sunday.

The couple, Nazmul Huda, wants to get an appeal from the appeals department against the High Court ruling. ACC lawyer Khurshid Alam Khan said Nazmul Huda would have to appeal to the lower court before appealing. Due to this ruling, Nazmul Huda said he was ineligible in the upcoming election.

In the verdict of a verdict, corruption is called a curse. Corruption occurs throughout society. Corruption of government officials not only undermines the foundations of society, but also harms national interests and the economy. If the government comes to the top of the verdict and misuses power, it will cause great damage to the nation's economy, national interests and image.

On March 21, 2007, ACC filed a lawsuit against Dhanmondi Police Department and a pair of married couples who received a bribe of Tk 2.4 million from Akter Hossain Limited, a management company called Mir Jahir Hossain. In this case, the Special Tribunal was installed at the MP hostel in the Jatiya Sangsad building, sentenced Nazmul Huda to a seven-year sentence, and Sigma Huda was sentenced to three years on August 27 of the same year. The couple appealed to the High Court against the ruling. After the hearing on the appeal, the High Court was released on March 20, 2011. The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) protested the appeals department against the High Court ruling. After that, the appeals department reversed the High Court judgment on December 1, 2014 and ordered the trial again in the High Court. The High Court ruled after the hearing. The verdict is said to have proved the alleged bribery of the Nazmold Huda couple. However, the court reduced Nazmul Huda from seven years to seven years. Sigma Fuda's sentence was reduced to three years. The High Court has jailed a disciplinary action against Sigma Huda for the time being. Acc lawyer Sigma Huda has been jailed for almost a year and a half.

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