BANGLADESH CJ MUM ON AL­LE­GA­TIONS

DNA (Daily News & Analysis) Mumbai Edition - - FRONT PAGE -

Amid an on­go­ing row with the gov­ern­ment, Bangladesh’s Chief Jus­tice Suren­dra Ku­mar Sinha may leave for Aus­tralia on Oc­to­ber 13 for nearly a month. Speak­ing to WION, Jus­tice Sinha con­firmed that if the gov­ern­ment granted him per­mis­sion, he would in­deed go to Aus­tralia. “If I get the per­mis­sion of the gov­ern­ment, that is the Hon­ourable Pres­i­dent, (Ab­dul Hamid), then I will go to Aus­tralia,” Jus­tice Sinha said. Lo­cal me­dia re­ports sug­gested that Sinha has been granted a three-year visa to Aus­tralia but se­nior lawyers claimed he was be­ing forced to leave the coun­try fol­low­ing a land­mark judge­ment he de­liv­ered re­cently which has placed him in di­rect con­flict with the gov­ern­ment.

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