Former chief justice Surendra Kumar Sinha has sought asylum in Canada, claiming that he was threatened for refusing to support political interference in the judiciary, according to a news report.
Former chief justice Surendra Kumar Sinha has reportedly sought asylum in Canada, claiming that he was threatened for his refusal to support political interference in the judiciary, according to a report.
The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has filed a case against former chief justice Surendra Kumar Sinha and 10 others on charge of laundering Tk 4 crore.
Former Chief Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha is sued by former BNP minister Barrister Nazmul Huda.
BNP Standing Committee Member Moudud Ahmed says the “independence of judiciary has been destroyed through the resignation of Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha”.
The statement by the Bangladesh Supreme Court, issued a day after Chief Justice SK Sinha left Dhaka for Australia on “leave”, raises questions one can hardly avoid.
The Jatiya Sangsad last night unanimously passed a resolution for taking “proper” legal steps towards expunction of the chief justice's
Chief Justice SK Sinha expresses hopes that the sitting and retired judges who enjoy state facilities will abide by the norms and values.
BNP senior leader Lt Gen (retd) Mahbubur Rahman says Chief Justice (CJ) SK Sinha's recent remark on signing and writing judgement after retirement has shaken the foundation of the current government like a tremor.