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No man can harm trees:  Bangladesh High Court

No man can harm trees:  Bangladesh High Court.

Trees are impervious to any harm inflicted by humans. The High Court of Bangladesh has firmly stated that those responsible for causing damage to trees will not be exempt from punishment. The High Court bench consisting of Saifur Rahman and Justice AKM Rabiul Hasan made such comments on Monday.

The court said these things to the Upazila Engineer of Kalapara in a hearing regarding uprooting 30 palm trees while constructing a rural road in Kalapara of Patuakhali.

On June 18, 2023, the High Court ordered to suspend Md. Fazlu Gazi, Chairman of Kalapara Union Parished, and Sobhan Hawladar, a member of Ward number 5 of that Union Parished.



Upazila Engineer Kazi Md. Faisal Bari appeared in court yesterday and the court heard his statement. Deputy Attorney General Wais Al Haruni participated in the hearing for the state, accompanied by Assistant Attorney General Umme Masumun Nessa.

Fazlu Ghazi and Siobhan Howladar appeared in court as per the order. Lawyer Rabiul Alam, Md. Sakhawat Hossain and Kamruzzaman were in the hearing.

Later, Deputy Attorney General Wais Al Haruni said Chairman Md. Fazlu Gazi and members. Sobhan Howladar has been sacked from their post. Kalapara Upazila Engineer submitted his written statement. The court fixed July 14, 2023, as the date for the verdict on the hearing.

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