Owners of 31 brick kilns sued
Published: 01:57 PM, 25 June 2019 Updated: 03:33 PM, 25 June 2019
A case was filed against 31 owners of unlicensed 29 brick kilns for operating those with fake writ of the High Court. Now, the investigation is going on against the owners.
The information was provided in a report, which was submitted to High Court bench led by Justice Md Ashraful Islam and Justice Mohammad Ali by Dinajpur District Police.
Senior Advocate Yusuf Hossain Humayun stood for the owners in the court while Deputy Attorney General Md Al Amin Sarkar represented the state.
Owners of 29 brick kilns in different upazilas of Dinajpur and one each in Nilphamari and Rangpur have been made accused in the case filed by Sub Inspector (SI) Abdul Hamid of Parbatipur Police Station on Thursday night.
On May 20, High Court had directed to submit a report through an investigation by CID against the 31 brick kiln operators. The court also directed the Dinajpur Police Super to file case against the brick kiln operators after collecting necessary information through an investigation.
Earlier on April 23, a report was published in the national Newspaper titled 'Brick kiln operating with fake writ of HC in Dinajpur'. Later, the lawyers submitted the report to the court.