Law and justice in this country is more than the allocation for the development of fish-beast

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fileThe government’s development budget is allocated for Law and Justice Division of the Supreme Court expressed dissatisfaction because the lawyer said. Shahdin owner. He said the development of law and justice in the country more than two and a half times higher than for the development of fisheries and livestock is being spent. The establishment of the rule of law in the country for the national budget allocated to the Ministry of Law and Justice, he urged.

Citizens for Good Governance at the National Press Club (Sujan) organized by the “independence of the judiciary and to ensure karyakarita to do,” he said in a roundtable titled.

Constitutional expert and keynote roundtable executive member Dr Sujan. Shahdin owner.

“The past fiscal year was 329 million development budget allocated to Ministry of Law, Justice. Development budget was allocated to the Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock aparadike 797 crore. Arthyat than the development of law and justice in the country nearly two and a half times more likely to develop matsa and animals are being spent. “

Moghbazar-Malibagh flyover additional working capital for the increased cost of an additional 430 crore has been approved. One kilometer flyover, which means increased cost of the development of the rest of the year, the Ministry of Law and Justice, he added besi than the allocation.

The constitutional expert, said the Ministry of Law and Justice baradage 0.3-0.4 per cent of the total budget has been allocated to. On the other hand relatively marasya and livestock ministry allocated 0.5-0.6 percent. For the current fiscal year, the Ministry of Law and Justice allocated 1 million 46 thousand. On the other hand relatively marasya and livestock ministry allocated 1 million 469 thousand. Fish and livestock sector budget arthara judges, lawyers, court employees and more than deraguna.

The rule of law in the country for the establishment of the national budget allocated to the Ministry of Law and Justice called for an increase.

Shahdeen Malik said, the current reality of the Election Commission failed to fulfill their duties properly. The ACC can not see the corruption of the ruling party. However, there is no effective measures to Parliament. Without the rule of law, economic development and welfare of the people can not bring independence of the judiciary.

Hafiz Uddin Ahmed and general secretary of the president of the host organization Majumder also spoke at the roundtable moderated, former Supreme Court Justice Abdul Matin, a constitutional expert and the president dakamala Hossain, a local government expert Ahmed, a former Cabinet secretary Ali Imam Majumder, Dhaka University law professor. Asif Nazrul, former Election Commissioner Brig Gen (retd.), EC, noted columnist Syed Abul Maksud, among others.

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