Appellate Division Orders To Start Recruitment Process In Barapukuria Coal Mine

Supreme Court || File Photo

Supreme Court || File Photo

The Appellate Division today ordered the initiation of the recruitment process of 86 persons for the posts of drivers, MLS in the Barapukuria coal mine, which was closed after the 2009 circular.

A 5-judge Appellate bench led by Chief Justice Obaidul Hasan dismissed the Barapukuria coal mine authority’s review on Thursday (January 25).

Senior lawyer Advocate Shah Manjurul Haque heard the writ in the court. Barrister AM Masum appeared on behalf of the coal mine.

Later, Lawyer Advocate Shah Manjurul Haque said that the Barapukuria coal mine authority issued a circular in 2009 for the recruitment of 86 people as drivers, MLS. Job aspirants apply after the circular. At some point, the recruitment process stopped. The aspirants took refuge in the High Court challenging the decision to stop the recruitment process. After hearing the writ, the High Court ordered to start the recruitment process of 86 people in 2016.

Barapukuria authorities appealed to the Appellate Division against this court order. After hearing the petition, the Appellate Division upheld the order of the High Court. 

Barapukuria authorities reviewed this decision of the Appellate Division. Today the Appellate Division ordered to start the recruitment process of 86 people by rejecting the review.

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