Demanding postponement of the implementation of Separation of Judiciary from the Executive from November 1, leaders of the Administrative Cadre Service yesterday at a seminar said the separation should not be done before 2021 for the best interest of the nation.
Addressing the seminar titled 'Separation of the Judiciary for Good Governance', organised by Bangladesh Institute of Administrative Management (BIAM) in the city, anti-adulteration drive-famed Magistrate Rokonuddowla threatened to cripple the civil administration from upazila to the Secretariat if the Government goes ahead with the implementation of the separation plan as scheduled.
Magistrate Rokonuddowla in his fiery speech demanded immediate halt to the separation process, which, he claimed would create anarchy in the country.
He said all administrative cadre officers are aggrieved and shocked at the move for the Separation of the Judiciary, as it would strip them of judicial powers. Rokonuddowla warned that after the lifting of the state of emergency, members of the Administration Cadre Service would assemble in the capital and lay siege to the Supreme Court.Delivering his speech as chief guest Abu Mohammad Moniruzzaman Khan welcomed the decision for the Separation of Judiciary from the Executive. He added that they shoould look into the matters.
Moniruzzaman Khan, who is the President of the Administration Cadre Service Association, also disagreed with those, who called for a non-cooperation with the government.