The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court has fixed November 19 as the date for the hearing on ‘Leave to Appeal’ against the High Court’s verdict declaring the registration of Jamaat-e-Islami illegal.
On Sunday (November 12), the five-member Appellate Division headed by Chief Justice Obaidul Hasan set the date for the hearing.
Senior lawyers barrister Tania Amir and Ahsanul Karim were in favor of the application in the court. Advocate Md. was on behalf of Jamaat-e-Islami. Ziaur Rahman.
Justice M. Moazzam Hossain, Justice M. A larger bench of the High Court comprising Inaytur Rahim and Justice Qazi Reza-ul-Haq.
In the judgment, the court said that this registration is outside the legal authority. At the same time, the court also allowed Jamaat-e-Islami to appeal. However, on August 5 of the same year, the Appellate Division’s Chamber Court dismissed Jamaat’s application for a stay of the verdict. Later, when the full verdict was published on November 2 of the same year, Jamaat-e-Islami appealed. The petitioner took the initiative to hear the appeal. Accordingly, the appeal came up on Tuesday, January 31 this year.
Then on January 31, a three-judge appellate bench headed by the then Chief Justice Hasan Faiz Siddiqui gave the two parties two months to prepare a summary of the appeal against the High Court’s verdict that the registration given to Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami was illegal.