Police submit probe report before the High Court portraying lawmaker Salim Osman as a victim in the incident of humiliation of a Narayanganj teacher.
The High Court directs the superintendent of police and officer-in-charge of Bandar Police Station in Narayanganj to submit detailed reports by August 4 on the incident of public humiliation of schoolteacher Shyamal Kanti Bhakta.
How can freedom of speech flourish when sensitivities are so high, and public patience so low, when dissent is considered dangerous, any critique is considered to be a challenge, and all opposition is viewed as an existential threat that must be crushed? How credible are the preachy platitudes about democracy coming from people who are not its best exemplar?
High Court directs the authorities concerned to submit before it three detail reports specifying the steps taken against those responsible for humiliating Narayanganj teacher Shyamal Kanti Bhakta.
An education ministry probe has found that the Piyar Sattar Latif High School committee had forced headteacher Shyamal Kanti Bhakta to resign with unproven allegation that he had hurt the religious sentiment of the Muslims.
Education ministry-formed committee says the way Narayanganj school headmaster Shyamal Kanti Bhakta was suspended was beyond relevant rules. A school student made inconsistent statements on whether the teacher said anything demeaning religion and hence the allegation may not be considered acceptable, the report said.
Hefajat-e Islam, a radical Islamist group, yesterday gave a 72-hour ultimatum to the government to try Shyamal Kanti Bhakta for
An MP – who paradoxically represents the ruling coalition as well as its opposition in the parliament – recently played the proverbial role of the judge, jury and prosecutor.
Narayanganj school headmaster Shyamal Kanti Bhakta, who was in attention for the last few days over an incident of humiliation by a local lawmaker, is moved to Dhaka for better treatments.