2 children who return home after midnight HC order are fine
Published: 10:07 PM, 7 October 2020
Kazi Adian Nabi and Kazi Nahyan Nabi
Former Attorney General KS Nabi owns a four-storey house in the capital's Dhanmondi. Kazi Adian Nabi and Kazi Nahyan Nabi, the two sons of Siratun Nabi, the youngest son of KS Nabi, the owner of the house as inherited, could not enter for several days. The two children finally returned home at midnight following a High Court ruling. At present they are doing well in their own home. They are spending their time studying. Living a normal life.
According to family and lawyer sources, after the death of Siratun Nabi on August 10, his two sons were evicted from their homes by their uncle Kazi Rehan Nabi. Earlier, the parents of the two children got divorced. After the death of their father, the two children remained to their mother for some time. When they tried to return to their ancestral home from their mother, they were not allowed to enter the house anymore. After several attempts, the two children could not enter the house. However, the matter was reported to Dhanmondi police station, but the children's uncle and Supreme Court lawyer Kazi Rehan Nabi did not take the police's command into account.
The incident was reported on a private television channel on October 3 at 12 midnight. Following the report, two High Court judges have operated a bench at midnight and directed Dhanmondi Police Station to immediately take necessary steps so that two minor grandchildren of former attorney general KS Nabi can enter and live in his (KS Nabi) Dhanmondi residence.
Later, the OC of Dhanmondi Police Station brought the two children to their ancestral home.
On October 4, A virtual high court bench headed by justice Zakir Hossain and Justice Abu Taher Md. Saifur Rahman directed the two grandsons of KS Nabi to appear before the court (virtually) on October 11 to hear their statements.
He also directed the Dhanmondi police to ensure the safety of the children until further orders in the case.
Marina Nabi, the paternal aunt of the children, said the two are at their father's house and are doing well. They are studying regularly. Their mother also living with them in this house.
Asked to talk to the children, Marina Nabi told Daily Bangladesh, "Please let the children be like them. She expressed her gratitude to the journalists for their cooperation in this regard."
Advocate Manzil Morshed, a Supreme Court lawyer, told Daily Bangladesh that not allowing them to enter their ancestral home was a violation of human rights. It is unfortunate that no action was taken even after police were informed first. When I informed the police, they said there was pressure from above.
Manzil Morshed said, "I have talked to their families several times in the last two days. They said the children are fine. Living a normal life. Even the police are keeping a close watch on them."