33 addl district judges get promotion

Staff Correspondent

21 January, 2020 12:00 AM printer

The government has promoted 33 additional district and sessions judges to the posts of district and sessions judges.

Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs issued a gazette notification on Monday in this regard.

The additional district and sessions judges have been promoted as sessions and district judges with salary scale Tk 70,925-Tk 76, 350 of Bangladesh Judicial Service (Salary) Order.

Law ministry said the judicial officers are promoted as per recommendations made by the Supreme Court.

Md Nazir Ahmed, chief judicial magistrate of Madaripur, has been posted as judge of Jananirapotta Bighnokari Oporadh Daman Tribunal of Chattogram; Md Towfik Aziz, chief judicial magistrate of Cox’s Bazar, as chairman first labour court in Chattogram;  Md Al Mamun, additional metropolitan judge of Dhaka, as judge of women and children repression prevention tribunal 6 of Dhaka; Md Rustum Ali, additional district and sessions judge of Pabna, as  judge of women and children repression prevention tribunal of Joypurhat; Sudipto Das, additional district and sessions judge of Jamalpur, as judge of women and children repression prevention tribunal 1 of Habiganj; Munshi Abdul Mazid, additional district and sessions judge of Chattogram, as judge of women and children repression prevention tribunal -7 of the district; Shahriar Kabir, deputy secretary of Bangladesh judicial service commission, as judge of speedy trial tribunal of Sylhet; Md Morshed Imtiaz, member of first court of settlement in Dhaka, as special judge of Mymensingh; Md Moslehuddin, additional and sessions judge of Chattogram, as judge of women and children repression prevention tribunal 1 of Cox’s Bazar; Md Monjurul Imam, additional metropolitan sessions judge of Dhaka, as member of labour appellate tribunal of the district; Md Ikbal Hossain, additional metropolitan sessions judge of Dhaka, as judge of special court 5 of the district; Mohammad Nurul Amin Biplob, additional district and sessions judge of Mymensingh, as judge of anti-terrorism special tribunal of Sylhet; Mohammad Nazrul Islam, additional metropolitan sessions of Dhaka, as judge of special court 10 of the district; Md Mozibur Rahman, additional district and sessions judge of Rajshahi, as judge of anti-terrorism special tribunal of Rangpur;  Md Enayet Kabir Sarkar, additional district and sessions judge of Rajshahi, as judge of anti-terrorism special tribunal of the district; Md Ashraful Islam, chief judicial magistrate of Kushtia, as judge of special court of the district; Mohammad Shamsul Huq, additional district and sessions judge of Pirojpur, as judge of special court of Jashore; Haider Ali, chief judicial magistrate of Rangpur, as chairman of labour court of the district; Begum Sharmin Akter,  additional district and sessions judge of Bogra, as member administrative tribunal of the district; Mostofa Pavel Raihan, chief judicial magistrate of Satkhira, as judge  of women and children repression prevention tribunal of Rangpur; Begum Rozina Akter, additional metropolitan sessions judge of Khulna, as judge of anti-terrorism special tribunal of the district; S Mohammad Ali, deputy secretary of law and justice division, as deputy secretary of the same division; Begum Moriam Mon Monjuri, additional district and sessions judge of Laxmipur, as judge of Jananirapotta Bighnokari Oporadh Daman Tribunal Cumilla; Imdadul Haque,  additional district and sessions judge of Rajshahi, as judge of women and children repression prevention tribunal of Natore; Syed Arafat Hossain, chief judicial magistrate of Rajbari, as chairman of labour court in Khulna, Sana Md Mahruf Hossain, chief judicial magistrate of Barisal, as judge of judge of anti-terrorism special tribunal in Barisal; Md Moazzem Hossain, chief judicial magistrate of Tangail, as divisional special judge of Sylhet, Md Abu Taher, additional district and sessions judge of Cox’s Bazar, as judge of Khagrachhari women and children repression prevention tribunal; Begum Nur Nahar Sheuli, additional district and sessions judge of Cumilla, as deputy secretary (legal) of UGC; Mir Md Emtajul Huq, director of Judicial Administration Training Institute (JATI), as director  of the same institute; Begum Mst Kamrunnahar, additional district and sessions judge of Dhaka, as  women and children repression prevention tribunal 7 of the district; Md Noore Alam, chief judicial magistrate of Chadpur, as judge of women and children repression prevention tribunal 2 of Bagerhat; and Begum Nusrat Jerin, chief judicial magistrate of Gaibandha, as judge of women and children repression prevention tribunal of Chuadanga.

 


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