Justice SK Sinha in autobiography The government was forced to leave the country under pressure and threat



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Former Chief Justice of Bangladesh Surendra Sinha said that he was forced to leave the country in the face of government pressure.
An autobiographical book published by former Chief Justice of Bangladesh Surendra Kumar Sinha, where he claimed he had to leave the country due to pressure and threat.
Justice Sinha’s book ‘A Broken Dream: Rule of Law, Human Rights and Democracy’ has just been published and it is now available to buy in the Amazon.
In this book, Justice Sinha has elaborated in some detail how his dispute was with the government, and how he was forced to resign, and then why he was forced to resign from the post of Chief Justice.
He claimed that he had left the country in the face of threatening and frightening of DGFI, Bangladesh’s military intelligence agency. Justice Sinha wrote that the government’s decision to cancel the sixteenth amendment of the constitution was made, because of which the pressure was made from the highest government of the government.
Mr. Sinha’s resignation took place in the year 2017 in the appeal of a lawsuit against the cancellation of the 16th amendment of the constitution. It is alleged that Justice Sinha had left the country at the behest of the ruling Awami League and the government with the verdict. Here the translation of some parts of the book is given in the book.
I started to say I’m sick: Mr. Sinha writes, ‘The Prime Minister and his party’s other members and ministers strongly condemned me for going against the parliament. Cabinet ministers including the prime minister started denigrating me and complaining about corruption. When I was locked in my official residence, lawyers and judges were not allowed to meet me, the press was told – I was sick. I wanted a holiday for treatment. More than one minister said, I will go abroad for treatment.
On October 14, when I was forced to leave the country, in a public statement, I made a statement in the attempt to make the situation clear that I am not sick and I am not going to leave the country forever.
I was hoping that the circumstances of my direct absence and regular court leave would help normalize the situation, and the goodwill would arise, the government could understand the verdict of the verdict-that is, the freedom of the judiciary that is good for the nation and the state.
In the end, the country’s military intelligence agency – whose name is Directorate General of Forces Intelligence – threatened my family and threatened me and submitted my resignation from abroad.
Contradiction of judiciary and executive division: Mr. Sinha writes, in her book, her personal and judicial affairs include the challenges of the judiciary, challenges of the judiciary and politicians, the lack of political interference, police excesses, the impact of emergency, and the ‘collection of money from the DGFI from the traders’. The book has a mouthpiece – so that he briefly ‘judicial division and executive board C ‘conflict, and in what circumstances he wrote the post of chief justice and went abroad.
Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha, presently in the United States, gave interviews to BBC Bangla on this. This was his first interview in a media after various dramatic events last year.
You are told to go abroad, but you are not going to:
He said in the interview that when I was fully complaining of the house … … every day a doctor from Bangabandhu Medical University was sent to me. I could not breathe.
Among them DGFI Chief came and said, yes you were told that you will go abroad, you are not going.
I said: Why should I go abroad? You leave, we are arranging for your money.
I said, it is not, I will not accept your money. And if you say I will not yeh I want to talk to the Prime Minister of the government. I want to know what happened. (He) said that the Prime Minister will not talk to you.
On 5thSeptember, after a special bench of the High Court Division ordered the amendment to be unconstitutional, after giving parliamentary members the right to impeach the judges by amending the Constitution in September 2014 in Parliament of Bangladesh, after giving the members of Parliament instead of the Supreme Judicial Council. The government appealed against this and a seven-member bench was hearing the appeal.
Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha wrote in his book, the Supreme Court upheld the High Court division’s verdict by rejecting the Supreme Court bench on its chairmanship as Chief Justice on 3 July. The full verdict of the unanimous verdict was published on 1 st August of 017 in the year 2017.
There he wrote, after the decision, Parliament passed a resolution on September 13 – so that legal action was taken to cancel the verdict.


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