Tuesday, 16 March 2021

Dr Muhammad Yunus sought an unconditional apology from the Bangladesh High Court

 Nobel laureate economist and chairman of Grameen Telecom Dr Muhammad Yunus accused of contempt of court for not implementing the order to reinstate 36 employees of Grameen Telecom. Muhammad Yunus and Grameen Telecom Managing Director Ashraful Hasan have sought an unconditional apology from the High Court. The court then excused them from personal appearance.




Nobel Peace Prize-winning economist Dr. Grameen Telecom on February 18 for not implementing the court order regarding the recruitment of staff. The High Court summoned Muhammad Yunus and Grameen Telecom managing director Ashraful Hasan. They were asked to appear in court at 11 a.m. on Tuesday. At the same time, the court issued a rule as to why no punitive action will be taken against them for not implementing the court order.


 Bangladesh High Court Justice on Tuesday Mojibur Rahman Mia and Justice. A bench comprising Kamrul Hossain Mollah passed the order.


At the same time, the rule on re-employment of Grameen Telecom employees has been fixed for hearing on April 22 after the Supreme Court's vacation.


Grameen Telecom and Dr Muhammad Yunus in court today. Barrister Rukan Uddin Mahmud was in favor of Yunus. He was accompanied by Barrister Mostafizur Rahman Khan. Deputy Attorney General Barrister Nowroz was on behalf of the state. Russell Chowdhury. Advocate Md. Was a lawyer for the employee. Yusuf Ali. 


Dr Muhammad Yunus "We have complied with the court order," said Muhammad Yunus' lawyer. 36 people of Grameen Telecom are getting salary.


The plaintiffs' lawyer then said it was not true.


Later the court said. Muhammad Yunus and Ashraful Hasan were excused from personal attendance. At the same time, he fixed April 22 for the hearing.



 




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