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Case Number: Suo Moto No. 44 of 2012
Date of filing: 2012/07/12
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Petitioners

The State
Intervenor:
1. Alia Islam;
2. Rahmatul Islam;
3. Bangladesh legal Aid and Services Trust (BLAST)

Respondents
  1. Secretary, Ministry of Communication
  2. Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs
  3. Chairman, Dhaka Urban Road Transport coordination Authority
  4. Chairman, Bangladesh Road Transport Authority (BRTA)
  5. Police Commissioner, Dhaka Metropolitan Police
  6. Deputy Commissioner, Dhaka
Facts

Alia Islam, a woman with disabilities, and her father purchased a CNG Auto Rickshaw to enable her to travel particularly to attend office. The registration of said Auto Rickshaw was cancelled hampering her movement.

Rule/Order/Judgment
Date: 04/12/2013


Details

A Suo Moto Rule was issued upon the respondents to show cause as to why they should not be directed to take legal action against the running of private vehicles as public vehicles, why they should not directed to cancel the registration, why they should not be directed to employ a mobile court for stopping use of unauthorized CNG private Auto Rickshaw on commercial basis without any permission as required by law.

Justices

Mr. Justice Mirza Hussain Haider

Mr. Justice Md. Khurshid Alam Sarkar

 



Database Last Updated on: 2017-02-12 15:26:45
Area of law
Equality,
Livelihood,
Movement,
Disability
Keywords
Accessibility for Disabled Persons
Relevant statute

Constitution





Case Number: Suo Moto No. 44 of 2012
Date of filing: 2012/07/12

Petitioners

The State
Intervenor:
1. Alia Islam;
2. Rahmatul Islam;
3. Bangladesh legal Aid and Services Trust (BLAST)

Respondents
  1. Secretary, Ministry of Communication
  2. Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs
  3. Chairman, Dhaka Urban Road Transport coordination Authority
  4. Chairman, Bangladesh Road Transport Authority (BRTA)
  5. Police Commissioner, Dhaka Metropolitan Police
  6. Deputy Commissioner, Dhaka
Facts

Alia Islam, a woman with disabilities, and her father purchased a CNG Auto Rickshaw to enable her to travel particularly to attend office. The registration of said Auto Rickshaw was cancelled hampering her movement.


Rule/Order/Judgment
Date: 04/12/2013:
Details

A Suo Moto Rule was issued upon the respondents to show cause as to why they should not be directed to take legal action against the running of private vehicles as public vehicles, why they should not directed to cancel the registration, why they should not be directed to employ a mobile court for stopping use of unauthorized CNG private Auto Rickshaw on commercial basis without any permission as required by law.

Justices

Mr. Justice Mirza Hussain Haider,  

Mr. Justice Md. Khurshid Alam Sarkar

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Reference

Area of law
Equality,  Livelihood,  Movement,  Disability

Keywords
Accessibility for Disabled Persons

Relevant statute

Constitution


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Database Last Updated on: 2017-02-12 15:26:45