• Friday , 18 Aug 2017
Published : 13 Aug 2017, 19:49:58 | Updated : 13 Aug 2017, 22:37:34AA-A+
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History distorted in 16th amendment verdict: Law Minister

Samakal Correspondent
The history of the country's Liberation War has been distorted in the observation in the 16th amendment case verdict, Law Minister Anisul Huq said today.


The government may file a review petition with the Supreme Court seeking expunction of some of the remarks of the chief justice in this regard, he said at a ‘Meet the Reporters’ programme held at Dhaka Reporters Unity (DRU).


Referring the CJ's one of the observations of the verdict that “No nation, no country is made of or by one person”, the law minister claimed there is no doubt that history has been distorted.


On August 1, the Supreme Court released the full text of its verdict upholding the High Court verdict that declared the 16th Amendment to the Constitution establishing Parliament's authority to remove Supreme Court judges illegal.


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