State on Monday (April 15) tested the High Court request to send police in the mango plantations at various pieces of the nation, including Rajshahi, to avoid concoction use and defilement of the mid year organic product.
Chamber Judge of the re-appraising division equity Md Nuruzzaman set Tuesday (April 16) for hearing the intrigue recorded by the state, looking for a stay request.
Lawyer General Mahbubey Alam moved for the state while Monjil Morshed represented the appeal.
Prior on April 9, the High Court requested police sending everywhere mango plantations in Rajshahi and somewhere else of the nation inside seven days, to avert compound use in developing the prevalent summer natural product.
In addition, a perception group will screen natural product markets and stops so none can utilize synthetic for aging mango.
The HC seat of Justice FRM Nazmul Ahasan and Justice KM Kamrul Kader issued the request in the wake of hearing an intrigue of legal advisor Monjil Morshed.
Rajshahi Divisional Commissioner and Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of Police-Rajshahi Range were coordinated to actualize the request, said Monjil Morshed.
Examiner General of Police (IGP), BSTI (Bangladesh Standards and Testing Institution) Managing Director, Director General (DG) of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) and BSTI Director (Chemical Testing Wing) were approached to present a report after actualizing the request, inside 30 days.
Secretaries to enterprises, home and nourishment services, IGP, BSTI MD, RAB DG, BSTI Director (Chemical Testing Wing), Rajshahi Divisional Commissioner, DIG-Rajshahi and NBR Chairman were made respondents, in the request.
On February 29, 2012, the HC articulated a decision of seven-point orders for safe mango development.
Legal advisor Monjil Morshed said he recorded the supplication in the wake of watching much tendency to concoction use in mango development and aging a year ago.