HC orders for compelling UNOs to provide assistance to UP chairpersons

The High Court today directed the government to direct the upazila Nirbahi officials (UNOs) to provide support and the necessary guidance to individual Upazila Parishad chairpersons in the country for using the (Upazila Chairpersons of Parishad) executive powers.

The court directed the concerned authorities to send out a notification to ensure that the UNOs follow the guidelines of the circular that was released on June 17, to this to this.

According to the circular released from the Ministry of Local Government and rural development, as well as cooperatives According to the circular issued by the ministry of local government, rural development and cooperatives, UNOs are expected to provide support and the necessary guidance to the their respective Upazila Parishad chairpersons in exercising their executive power.

The UNOs will submit all plans of Parishad's expenses and administrative decisions in front of the chairpersons. If UNO is granted the authority through the Upazila Parishad then it (UNO) is able to be able to exercise executive power, as per the circular from 2010.

The circular also stated that UNOs will provide secretarial support for Upazila Parishad and they will also attend all meetings held by the Parishads and their committees' standing meetings when it is deemed appropriate to be a part of discussions in accordance with formal responsibilities, however, they (UNOs) are not able to exercise all voting privileges.

Today today, this morning, the HC justices Justice Md Mozibur Rahman Miah and Justice Md Kamrul Hossain Mollah came up with the direction to issue an announcement in order to apply the June 17th, 2010 circular when they heard an pending writ complaint that was filed in the name of Bangladesh Upazila Parishad Association led by its Chairman Harun-ur-Rashid and general secretary Saiful Muhammad Khan Biru.

Attorneys Manzill Murshid and Hassan MS Azim were on the case for petitioners, while the Deputy Attorney General Nawroz Chowdhury represented the state in the process of hearing the petition.

On January 7th On January 7, HC issued a directive asking the officials of the government to provide reasons for the reasons why section 33(1) (2) and (2) in the Upazila Parishad Act should not be declared unconstitutional and illegal.


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