Chief Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha and other judges of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court will hold a courtesy meeting with its lawyers including the attorney general on October 3.
The registrar general of SC, Syed Aminul Islam, issued a notice to this effect yesterday.
The chief justice and other judges of the Appellate Division will hold the courtesy meeting that day with the attorney general and president, secretary and lawyers of the Supreme Court Bar Association from 10:30am till noon at the lawn of the Supreme Court main building, the SC registrar general said in the notice.
The Supreme Court resumes business on October 3 following its annual vacation.
In the notice, the SC registrar general requested all concerned to be present on the occasion.
Chief Justice SK Sinha is now in Canada to visit his ailing daughter. From there, he will be travelling to Japan on September 17 to attend a conference of chief justices of Asia and the Pacific, Mohammad Anisur Rahman, personal secretary to the CJ, said while speaking with The Daily Star on September 8.
The CJ will return home on September 23, he said, adding that in his absence, senior judge of the Appellate Division Justice Md Abdul Wahhab Miah will discharge the duties of the CJ.