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Case Number: Writ Petition No. 2329 of 2014
Date of filing: 2014/03/06
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Petitioners

Bangladesh Environmental Lawyers Association (BELA)

Respondents
  1. Secretary, Ministry of Land
  2. Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Forest
  3. Secretary, Ministry of LGRD and Co-operative 
  4. Director General, Department of Environment
  5. Deputy Commissioner, Tangail
  6. Deputy Director, Department of Environment, Tangail
  7. Upazilla Nirbahi Officer, Shokhipur Upazilla, Tangail
  8. Chairman, Shokhipur Upazilla, Tangail
  9. Assistant Commissioner (Land) Shokhipur Upazilla, Tangail
  10. Mayor, ShokhipurPouroshova, Tangail
Facts

‘Ramkha Pond’ at Shokhipur, Tangail is commonly used by thousands of inhabitants as a source of water. This pond and its adjacent bank is being grabbed by few local influential people for the construction of shops and others structures.

Rule/Order/Judgment
Date: 09/03/2014


Details

The High Court issued a Rule Nisi to show cause as to why the respondents shouldnot be directed to protect the historic ‘Ramkha Pond’ in Tangail from encroachments upon the bank and filling up the portion of the pond upon removing all structures for construction of shops, and why they should not be directed to restore the pond and its banks to its original position.

Justices

Mr. Justice Mirza Hussain Haider

Mr. Justice Muhammad Khursid Alam Sarkar



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Area of law
Environment
Keywords
‘Ramkha Pond’ case
Relevant statute

Constitution, Articles 13, 18(A), 31 and 32;

Bangladesh Environment Conservation Act, 1995 (Act No. 1 of 1995);

Environmental Conservation Act, 1997;

মহানগরী, বিভাগীয় শহর ও জেলা শহরের পউর এলাকাসহ দেশের সকল পউর এলাকার মাঠ, উম্মুক্ত স্থান, উদ্যান এবং প্রাকৃতিক জলধার সংরক্ষণ আইন, ২০০০;

স্থানীয় সরকার (উপজেলা পরিষদ আইন(, ২০০৯





Case Number: Writ Petition No. 2329 of 2014
Date of filing: 2014/03/06

Petitioners

Bangladesh Environmental Lawyers Association (BELA)

Respondents
  1. Secretary, Ministry of Land
  2. Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Forest
  3. Secretary, Ministry of LGRD and Co-operative 
  4. Director General, Department of Environment
  5. Deputy Commissioner, Tangail
  6. Deputy Director, Department of Environment, Tangail
  7. Upazilla Nirbahi Officer, Shokhipur Upazilla, Tangail
  8. Chairman, Shokhipur Upazilla, Tangail
  9. Assistant Commissioner (Land) Shokhipur Upazilla, Tangail
  10. Mayor, ShokhipurPouroshova, Tangail
Facts

‘Ramkha Pond’ at Shokhipur, Tangail is commonly used by thousands of inhabitants as a source of water. This pond and its adjacent bank is being grabbed by few local influential people for the construction of shops and others structures.


Rule/Order/Judgment
Date: 09/03/2014:
Details

The High Court issued a Rule Nisi to show cause as to why the respondents shouldnot be directed to protect the historic ‘Ramkha Pond’ in Tangail from encroachments upon the bank and filling up the portion of the pond upon removing all structures for construction of shops, and why they should not be directed to restore the pond and its banks to its original position.

Justices

Mr. Justice Mirza Hussain Haider,  

Mr. Justice Muhammad Khursid Alam Sarkar



Reference

Area of law
Environment

Keywords
‘Ramkha Pond’ case

Relevant statute

Constitution, Articles 13, 18(A), 31 and 32;

Bangladesh Environment Conservation Act, 1995 (Act No. 1 of 1995);

Environmental Conservation Act, 1997;

মহানগরী, বিভাগীয় শহর ও জেলা শহরের পউর এলাকাসহ দেশের সকল পউর এলাকার মাঠ, উম্মুক্ত স্থান, উদ্যান এবং প্রাকৃতিক জলধার সংরক্ষণ আইন, ২০০০;

স্থানীয় সরকার (উপজেলা পরিষদ আইন(, ২০০৯


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